KopiTalk on Drug Use Among Gay Men

05 July 2011

Sensible Fun:
Drug Use Among Gay Men

Venue: Albion KL, No. 30, Jalan Berangan

Date: 16 July 2011 (Saturday)

Time: 3.00pm – 6.00pm


Since the advent of Ecstasy pills in the late 80's and the rise of a gay clubbing scene worldwide, drug use among gay men have become increasingly common occurrence. While the main use of drugs in the clubbing scene is to heighten fun, there are those who use drugs for other reasons; among which are as a means to escape, to temporarily cure social inhibition, and to increase sexual desire and attractiveness. Thus, if you have ever used drugs, are currently using drugs, or have been tempted to use drugs - for whatever reasons - this talk may give you tips on how to do sensibly.



MARTIN CHOO is a project director and researcher with the Centre of Excellence for Research in AIDS (CERIA) at the University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur. Trained in sociology and social research, he is currently managing a WorldBank funded study on fishermen, drug use and HIV risk behaviour in Malaysia. He is also a consultant for HIV organisations in the Asia Pacific and the technical support provider with the Alliance Technical Support Hub in Southeast Asia and the Pacific.

Don’t miss this great opportunity to learn from the best. For Free!

Limited places available kindly RSVP your attendance by Friday (15 July 2011) to Jeremy Kwan atkopitalk@ptfmalaysia.org

Jeremy Kwan
Many Lights for LGBT Human Rights
Pink Triangle Malaysia for MSM and Gay Community

PT Foundation
7C-1 Jalan Ipoh Kecil, Off Jalan Raja Laut, 50350 Kuala Lumpur
T. 03-4044 4611 (Hunting line) F. 03-4044 4622

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