Members of the No More Meth Task Force presented another panel discussion last week at the Pride Center, but attendance was sparse.
He looked the part of a friendly professor -- dressed in a snazzy sports coat with lavender necktie and a neatly trimmed gray beard. And yet, Dr. David Fawcett’s message was not exactly what one would consider pretty. Bottom line: There is a perfect storm forming among gay men and it starts with meth.
The following is a Table of Contents of feature stories we ran in our May 21, 2014 issue on addiction, substance abuse, and support.
When Zachary* arrived at a hookup’s house he was taken aback by the luxury of it all — complete with a bird sanctuary, koi pond, square pool, hot tub, waterfalls, and a covered porch with couches.
They came together out of concern, each wearing a black T-shirt with the words “Life is My Drug” emblazoned on the front. Their stories were powerful, moving and frightening.
Dear Jason, I think it’s time for the wider South Florida LGBTQI community to have a kiki about Grindr’s failure to help stem the time of meth addiction in our community.
Here are a few snippets of what readers are saying about last week’s cover story on the crystal meth epidemic facing the gay community. Visit SFGN.com/Meth to read the story.
Wayne Brian Griffies was arrested Feb. 1, 2017. He is currently incarcerated at the Joseph V. Conte facility in Pompano Beach.
A Hollywood police report revealed the co-founder of the local chapter of Impulse Group was binging on meth in his final hours.
I have written this article too many times, over too many years.
They know the effects. They’ve seen the damage. And enough and is enough.
Police popped a white supremacist porn actor for manufacturing and delivery of methamphetamine last week in Dallas.