“Sasha” – long term recreational drug user

“Sasha” – long term recreational drug user

Posted On: May 10, 2011
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“Sasha” has been using drugs for many years. She holds down a good job and considers herself a good citizen. Her favourite and most regularly used drug is cannabis, especially since she ran into difficulties with alcohol some years ago.

What’s remarkable about this interview is how unremarkable many of you will find it – yet how people like ‘Sasha’ are barely heard from in mainstream media. Or if they are heard from, they are forced to appear repentant about their choice of drugs if use of those drugs is not legal.

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