Coming out of the psychedelic closet 

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The Peyote Way Church comes out in Arizona. Photo by Sattvic Planet

 

Civil liberties
It’s time to add users of psychedelics to the list of minority groups that have been denied their basic rights in America. That list obviously includes Native Americans, women, and African Americans among others. More recently the homosexual community that we often associate with the phrase “coming out of the closet” has achieved major legal victories, and cannabis consumers are now able in some states to come out of their secret grow closets to openly buy a few grams down at the corner store. One thing I assume all of these groups had in common is that they were never going to make any progress hiding in a closet. The first step to earning a right must certainly be to stand up and say “I exist and I’m not afraid to admit it”.

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