Party and play also called chemsex is the consumption of drugs to facilitate sexual activity. Sociologically, both terms refer to a subculture of recreational drug users who engage in high-risk sexual activities under the influence of drugs within groups. The term PnP is commonly used by gay men  [ not in citation given ] and other men who have sex with men MSM in North America, while chemsex is more associated with the gay scene in Europe. The drug of choice is typically methamphetamine , known as tina or T ,  but other drugs are also used, such as mephedrone , GHB , GBL  and alkyl nitrites known as poppers. Some studies have found that people participating in such sex parties have a higher probability of acquiring sexually transmitted diseases by having unprotected anal sex with large numbers of sexual partners. For this reason, "chemsex" has been described as "a public health priority". One academic study calls the practice "sexualized drug use" or SDU.
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New York State possesses a long history of presence of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people residing in, and often being convicted in, the state. Sexual relations between persons of the same gender variously described as "sodomy", "buggery" or "sins of carnal nature" was illegal for most of the history of New York from its days as a Dutch colony through its colonization and independence from British rule as a state in the Union, until such relations were legalized by judicial action in Various organizations were established for LGBT people to advocate for rights and provide human services, the impact of which was increasingly felt at state level. Windsor to strike down key federal prohibitions against the recognition of lawful same-sex marriages throughout the United States.