Fake Ecstasy Study, claims alters Sexual Orientation



(Note this study never happened. To the best of my knowledge, there is no such place as Sloan University in Southern California. The study is not real... The people mentioned in the story are fictional; any resemblance to people living or dead is strictly coincidental. Sloan University is fictional, resemblance to any research center, university, college, school, place or person is strictly coincidental. Could an actual study prove it true that Ecstasy alters Sexual Orientation?)

Researchers at Sloan University in Southern California recently completed a two-year study of the effects of Ecstasy on the brain. The study was prompted by a sudden rise in the percentage of bisexual numbers among the twenty-something crowd. Commonly, referring to themselves as “Sexually Free”. Neither straight, gay or bisexual but Sexually Free People.

Alarms were sounded when interviewers discovered a major portion of those studied reportedly had no prior bisexual or homosexual tendencies during their teenage years. Of those interviewed, 84.6 percent reported having become sexual free while on Ecstasy. Of that group, 78.2 percent said they had no prior desire for same sex experiences.

It is broadly accepted that Ecstasy effects parts of the brain having to do with a person’s sexual drive, increasing a person’s desire for sex.

Based on interviews, Sloan University sponsored detailed studies. Using the latest high-tech equipment, Doctor Frederick Hidelman, Doctor Alice Nagoia and Clinical Physiologist Harold Ruben began a study in the Fall Season of 2000.

Doctor Frederick Hidelman stated, “We’ve made two alarming discoveries. First, concerns the Rave drug known as Ecstasy. Our studies have confirmed the chemicals enter a part of the brain that determine a person’s sexual orientation. Once a person’s sexuality has been chemically altered, at this time the process is irreversible. The rate of sexual alteration from straight to “Sexually Free”, during the study was up slightly from those interviewed at 78.9 percent.”

He went on to explain, “The drug does not turn those of a homosexual nature straight. Given what was gained during this study it may be possible in a few years to alter a person born as a homosexual, changing them into a heterosexual. Any research of that nature would be risky for those involved. After all, we are talking about altering the chemical balance of a person’s brain and sexuality. At this time, Sloan has no plans to pursue that type of research.”

While studying the effects of Ecstasy, they were also conducting a minor study of casual marijuana users. It is widely known marijuana of today is far more potent then a decade ago. Their study found that a high percent of those who took part in the Marijuana study also reported a change in sexual orientation. They decided to deepen the marijuana study, using the same high-tech equipment as in the Ecstasy study.

They concluded that marijuana of today, while not effecting as large of a percentage as Ecstasy users, did effect the sexual orientation at a rate of 67.8 percent of those studied. The primary explanation, marijuana passes through the same part of the brain as the drug Ecstasy.

Doctor Fredrick Hidelman said that, “Repeated usage of today’s marijuana would likely have the same end effect as Ecstasy.” Those in the study have been using Marijuana for three years prior or longer. Due to that factor, additional studies are needed to determine dosages and frequency of usage.

Also, Hidelman stated that if smoked in large enough doses, “Effects on the sexual portions of the brain would be similar as Ecstasy. While sexual desires may not be felt at the time of usage, the ‘switched may have been turned on’. Weeks or months later, he or she may find themselves in a situation with a sudden a sexual attraction for the same sex.”

Clinical Physiologist Harold Ruben is concerned that chemically altering a person’s born sexuality could lead too higher suicide rates among teenagers and young adults. “As we can best define it,” explained Ruben. “The switch goes only on, not off. Given the acceptance of drug usage, we can expect to see larger numbers of Sexually Free People in our society.”

Doctor Alice Nagoia added that it was possible, “A wide-variety of pesticides banned in the United States that are sprayed on marijuana crops in foreign countries may, and or may not play a factor. Additional studies are needed to pin point the chemical, and or chemicals causing the switch to be thrown-on.”

Doctor Nagoia reiterated, “As said earlier, we are deeply concerned. Mind-altering drugs that effect one’s sexuality are a dramatic experience. Sloan University is not making a statement against a person’s natural born sexual orientation as straight or gay. And by no means wishes to upset any social group in our society. We hope that those effected are given emotional support.”

Over a two-year period, 187 people took part in the Ecstasy study.

Over a two-year period, 253 people took part in the Marijuana study.

Ages of those who took part in the studies ranged from 18 to 32 years.
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