• Yes

  • No

24% 6 votes
76% 19 votes
  • I can accept it when they need to be used for medicine, but I'm guessing you mean use of them outside where doctors say you need to take whatever dose of a drug however often. And that is a no from me.

  • if an illegal substance than your a dumbass for taking it, if legal than no

  • Morality is subjective and there exists no universal moral standard by which the use of drugs is deemed immoral. In some cultures, drugs are used in religious ceremonies, this clearly indicates at best an ambivalence regarding their inherent morality.

  • It's not morally wrong nor is it any of my business what people choose to put in their body as long as it doesn't affect me.

  • I wouldn't use drugs, but I don't have a moral or legal problem with them.

  • Limited drug use does not cause significant self-harm or harm to others, and as such, I fail to see how it could possibly be considered "immoral".

  • You have the right to do what you want with your own body.

    Posted by: Bearrr
  • No, I do not believe drug use to be immoral in any way. Most drugs do not have any immediate impacts on those other than the respective consumer Although the effects are harmful mentally and physically to the user, it is their life and body and therefore their right to do whatever they want with their body as long as it does not negatively effect others. It would be immoral to suppress an individuals right to consume drugs at the expense of only themselves.

  • Immoral? Not the correct term, unhealthy=indeed

  • Some people use drugs in a way that benefits them but mostly drugs are used in a self destructive way. it don't mean the people who do it are bad people, they are just suffering and don't know how to cope with it.

  • The only thing that is immoral is coercive behavior.

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MakeSensePeopleDont says2015-07-15T04:30:57.7409235-05:00
@OP Please define "Drugs" for proper response.

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