The Downtown Emergency Service Center (DESC) located in Seattle, WA recently hung fliers at their Navigation Center on 12th Avenue South informing addicts about the types of free drug use paraphernalia the shelter can provide, KTTH reported.
“New at the Nav!!! Booty bumping kits,” one flier proclaimed, before launching into the benefits of administering heroin rectally.
While we understand trying to make things safer when it comes to drugs use, we are slightly taken back by this one. Taking drugs via your butt just doesn't seem.... I don't know.... Ideal I guess.
The DESC, a self-proclaimed social justice organization, has touted itself as a homeless advocacy group that utilizes “harm-reduction techniques and evidence-based practices,” according to the news outlet.
“The efforts we make are focused on reducing risks to people engaged in risky behaviors, and helping people make use of treatment that can be helpful to them,” DESC Executive Director Daniel Malone told KTTH’s Jason Rantz Show.