DanceSafe goes to an underground party in Brooklyn, reveals that most Molly there is trash
DanceSafe is a nonprofit organization founded in the San Francisco area that’s been promoting health and safety within the nightlife and electronic music community for almost two decades. They take a realistic, harm reduction- and unbiased education-based approach to reducing drug misuse. In addition to bringing water and electrolytes, safe sex tools, earplugs, and unbiased literature about drugs to music and nightlife events, the group offers a groundbreaking adulterant screening when possible.
ANIMAL recently joined Kellye Greene, one of the directors of DanceSafe’s NYC chapter, as she and other volunteers offered the aforementioned pill testing at an underground warehouse party in Brooklyn. In the video above, she estimates that one-third of the Molly DanceSafe sees either isn’t MDMA or is MDMA with something else mixed with it. Click play to compare the pain of a partygoer hearing their Molly is trash to the ecstasy (LOL, get it?) of someone finding out that they have “real drugs.”
For more information on DanceSafe in particular and safe partying in general, click here.