Android Jones’s First Ever Signed Blotter-Art!!

Android Jones has once again stepped up to support DanceSafe, by allowing us to produce his first ever signed blotter art. These prints look incredible in person, pictures just don't do them justice! Limited to just 200 prints, these will no doubt be incredibly desired collectors items for many, many years to come.

2018 Marks the Inauguration of The Prometheus Award for Harm Reduction Activism

By: Mitchell Gomez, Executive Director, DanceSafe 2018 Marks the Inauguration of The Prometheus Award for Harm Reduction Activism. Sponsored by DanceSafe, Erowid, The Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies, The Psychedelic Education and Continuing Care Program, Students for Sensible Drug Policy, and The Zendo Project, this award is given to an individual who engaged in effective, reality-based harm reduction in the face of institutional, political, legal, social, or bureaucratic resistance.Named for the Greek Titan who brought fire to mankind, in opposition to the wishes of the authorities, this award is intended to both recognize and reward those who are doing what is...

Get Your Limited Edition Hempy Pins Before They’re Gone!

SOLD OUT Thank you everyone for your support! We are limiting these to three per household. There were three variants made of this (full color, Glitter-Ink and Glitter-White), and these have been blind bagged. In a blind-bag sale, you order a certain design of a pin, but no one knows which variant is packed in which bag, making opening it a super fun surprise! We also included a very few full color glitter artist proofs in this blind bag sale! Thank you again for your support, and make sure to visit Chris Dyer's Positive Creations after you order!

DanceSafe Launches Its Advisory Council!

DanceSafe is incredibly proud to announce the launch of our new Advisory Council. The DanceSafe Advisory Council is made up of experts from the drug policy, psychoactive substance, and musical industries who have generously agreed to lend their time and energy to supporting our mission. Our current advisory council, listed in alphabetical order, can be found below: Wendy Allison Wendy is a New Zealand based harm reduction advocate who has been involved with harm reduction and drug policy reform since 2008. She has a history of event organization and risk management, and has a multifaceted understanding of the issues associated with drug-related harm...

Prohibition Lessons from 83 Years Ago Today

By Mitchell Gomez, Executive Director December 5th, 2017 marks the 84th anniversary of the repeal of alcohol prohibition in America. On this day, it’s worth remembering the parallels between the failures of alcohol prohibition then, and the failures of drug prohibition today. Upon the ratification of the 18th Amendment on January 16, 1919, the sales and consumption of alcohol became illegal in the United States. Despite the fact that drinking is undeniably a very, very dangerous form of drug consumption, this policy did nothing to address these dangers. Regardless of how risky an intoxicating substance is, banning it always increases those risks. After the...

Let’s get it straight: there is only one ‘type’ of MDMA

The media jumps the gun, and gets it wrong, once again. 'A new type of MDMA' turns out to be a synthetic cannabinoid. Often after adverse medical incidents, the media will push the narrative that a new 'type' of MDMA caused a specific incident. But lets be very, very clear. There are no 'types' of MDMA. A substance is either MDMA, or it's another drug that was misrepresented as MDMA. This is the exact modern equivalent of people in the 1930's who died after drinking industrial methanol sold as 'whiskey', and the cause is the same: Prohibition. Although it is possible to...

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