#Disciple - Steve Grand - New Music Video out this Wednesday.— Steve Grand (@SteveGrandMusic) March 24, 2019
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Can't wait to see the new Steve Grand vid on Pride.com Wednesday.
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Poppers are common in the gay male community and considered a sex or party drug. The name “poppers” is slang for several chemicals — specifically amyl nitrate. They come in tiny bottles (often brown in color) and available over-the-counter. The nitrates are strong-scented, yellowish and flammable liquids. When sniffed, the vapors go straight to your system. These are 5 things you should know about poppers.
Why Are they Called Poppers?
Poppers got their popular name from the tiny glass capsules that have amyl nitrate. Initially, the drug was used to treat angina and people used to “pop” it under the nose and sniff. These bottles got the name “poppers” from the sound they made when crushed or opened.
How They Can be Used Incorrectly
Incorrect and excessive use of poppers is harmful to anyone abusing them. The liquid is not supposed to come in direct contact with the skin since the nitrate inhalants are highly toxic. They can cause crusty and yellow skin irritations around the genitals, nose and lips.
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