Drunk sex leads to riskier behaviours "[T]he majority of participants felt that alcohol was riskier, sexually, than marijuana. The Telegraph article did not provide a link to a peer reviewed article, but I found a study on this published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine. Each volunteer had experienced sex under the influence of both marijuana and alcohol separately , so could speak to the effects. And the answer, it seems, is a little bit complicated. Attitudes toward the drug are changing , rules governing its use are shifting and more and more states are voting to legalize it. With widespread acceptance will come, theoretically, more widespread use. Participants noted that sometimes 'anything goes' sexually when they drink and are not worried about potential consequences while in the moment," the researchers found. Despite being reported in The Independent this year, the research in question appears to come from a study published in Nature by Alko a large Finnish alcohol retailer in Expectancies about alcohol consumption are a key element of research examining the effects of alcohol on any behaviour. The research itself is a one-page report on an experimental study where men and women were given either an alcoholic beverage or a non-alcoholic juice, and hormone levels were measured although it is not clear how. Dr Sally Adams is a lecturer in health psychology at the University of Bath. If your partner is horrible in bed, you have the perfect excuse. People attend the Denver Rally, the world's largest celebration of both the legalization of cannabis and cannabis culture, May 21 in Denver. It collected information from 1, men on erectile function, alcohol, and tobacco use. Alcohol use seems to be closely associated with high-risk sexual behavior. The study found that "alcohol tended to numb sensations and marijuana tended to enhance sensations. It is common belief that alcohol helps us lose our inhibitions and can also act as an aphrodisiac sometimes!