Blurred Lines: improving the ethics of psychedelic fund-raising
Responsible psychedelic organisations should not seek funding from people during or in the days after a psychedelic experience.
For 20 years, the psychedelic renaissance has grown through people donating to psychedelic non-profits, churches and start-ups. Sometimes, psychedelic fund-raising overlaps with psychedelic drug-taking, giving rise to blurred lines and the potential for exploitation. As the psychedelic movement goes aboveground and mainstream, it’s time to look at the e…
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