Could YOU be the next Date victim?  

Ladymysterious48 58F
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8/30/2006 12:28 am

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7/13/2008 10:58 pm

Could YOU be the next Date victim?


In our world of instant gratification it is sad, but true that more and more men turn to the use of Date drugs to get the attention and instant gratification from the girl of their choice, and YOU may not be capable to give your consent.

You are out there looking for a sexual encounter of your CHOOSING. The magic words are your CHOICE and with your CONSENT. Don’t think it’s your fault if a sexual predator takes the choice from you, by slipping you something into your drink. REPORT IT!

Women assume, because they are out on the town with their friends, they are in a safe environment. WRONG! Mr. Nice Guy is watching YOU. They are the next generation of sexual predators in the making.

Slipping a woman a drug to make her sexually compliant is not a Gentleman’s offense, but a crime.

For many years the drug of choice was Spanish Fly, slipped into the drinks of unsuspecting females trying to get her to consent to a sexual encounter. Well, Spanish Fly is still in use, but even more so prevalent are the use of so called DATE drugS. Their names are as varied as their effects.

GHB and Rohypnol have become known as "date drugs" or "predatory drugs" because they are used to incapacitate someone for the sole purposes of committing a crime, often sexual assault. These drugs are odorless and colorless and can easily be slipped into someone's drink. They can cause dizziness, disorientation, loss of inhibition and a loss of consciousness. They can also produce amnesia, causing a victim to be unclear of what, if any, crime was committed. These drugs are particularly dangerous when combined with alcohol, although alcohol alone is still the drug most commonly associated with sexual assault.

GHB
GHB stands for gamma hydroxybutyrate, a central nervous system sedative often referred to by other names such as "Grievous Bodily Harm" and "Liquid Ecstasy." GHB can produce drowsiness, dizziness, nausea, unconsciousness, seizures, severe respiratory depression, and coma. Overdose of GHB can occur quickly, especially when mixed with alcohol and can be fatal. The effects of the drug begin 10 to 20 minutes after taking it and last up to 4 hours.
GHB can produce hallucinations and feelings of relaxation and euphoria. People who use GHB also report feeling increased energy, feeling affectionate and sociable, mild disinhibition and enhanced sexual experience.

Yes, GHB is illegal and its possession, use, manufacture and sale carry heavy prison sentences and fines.

Health risks include nausea, loss of coordination, difficulty concentrating, and loss of gag reflex. Because doses are difficult to quantify, overdose can occur quite easily, especially when combined with alcohol. Warning sings of GHB overdose can include:
* Vomiting
* Severe headache
* Very slow breathing and heart rate
* Withdrawal symptoms like insomnia, anxiety, tremors and sweating
* Memory loss
* Difficulty breathing
* Loss of consciousness
Because of the risk of overdose, GHB may be the most dangerous club drug in terms of its immediate consequences. GHB has caused hundreds of GHB related deaths since 1995. GHB emergency room admissions nearly quadrupled nationwide between 1998 and 2000, when 4,969 cases were reported.

Because GHB leaves the body's system relatively quickly after only 4 to 8 hours and it is not easily detected by medical tests. It is important to tell a medical provider that you may have been drugged with GHB so that you can be tested for GHB and get appropriate medical help.
GHB can easily be slipped into someone's drink undetected. If you start to feel symptoms that don't make sense with what you are drinking, get help immediately.

Rohypnol
Rohypnol is a brand name for a powerful sedative that is often referred to as "roofies." Rohypnol is not legally available for prescription in the US and so just having it in your possession signals intent to commit a crime. Rohypnol may cause users to feel intoxicated; they may have slurred speech, impaired judgment, and difficulty walking. The effects are often felt within 10 minutes and can last up to 8 hours. Rohypnol can cause deep sedation, respiratory distress, and blackouts that can last up to 24 hours.

To protect yourself from date drugs, follow these suggestions:
* Don't put your drink down. If your drink is out of sight, even for a few minutes, don't finish it. Get yourself a new one.
* Don't accept an open drink from anyone. If you order a drink in a bar, make sure you watch the bartender open the bottle or mix your drink.
* Avoid punch bowls. You don't know what's in the punch.
If you feel any of the symptoms of a date drug, get help immediately. Call 911, ask for a urine screening test. Traces of the drug disappear relatively quickly after ingestion (depending on dosage, and individual metabolism) the chances of getting proof are best when the sample is obtained quickly.

Stay Safe….

sensualsatiation 106F  
4796 posts
3/24/2008 12:54 am

I'm glad to see this post here. It is real, it happens, and it doesn't just happen to young girls. I am a BBW, and was 40 when this happened to me. I figured I was safe...older, unattractive...it's not about the sex, it's a power issue. It is . Thank you for this post!


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