Stephen- Please refrain from identifying me as “pro MDMA”. My exact comment was “MDMA has potential-and… overwhelmingly unresolved risks” That is not a pro-MDMA. That is a balanced perspective. I feel troubled by your fictitious sequelae of MDMA clinical trial assault. The inference that individuals assaulted after taking psychedelics are blind to the influence of psychedelics and in fact continue to support their use is an extremely broad statement. Putting vulnerable individuals in overwhelmingly vulnerable situations is not a good idea. Psychedelics highlight the power schema inherent to any patient/therapist dyad… and in that circumstance, acts of abuse can and do occur. That someone turns to a given modality for healing and is assaulted by his/her therapist however, is an indictment upon the therapists and the institution allowing such perpetrations to occur. Inferring anything less is an extremely shallow reduction of the egregious acts of abusers and thinly veiled victim-blaming. I trust that is not what you intended.