survey says

Are Gay + Bi Men More Likely to PNP As They Age?

A University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health study of 1,378 gay and bisexual men aged 44-63, both HIV-positive and negative, found use of poppers, crack, cocaine, methamphetamine, and ecstasy to be “infrequent” among 79 percent of participants, while there was still “nearly 6 percent who reported consistently high drug use; more than 7 percent who increased their drug use; and 7 percent who decreased their use of drugs.” Which, uh, sure equals things out.