Gov-funded Maine non-profit gives kits to addicts to allow them to take drugs anally

The non-profit suggested that boofing can be an "intimate activity" with a romantic partner and produced a 30-minute video titled "All About Boofing."


A taxpayer-funded nonprofit in Maine, Maine Access Points (MAP), along with the city of Portland’s needle distribution center, is offering how-to guides and kits for "boofing," a method where drug users squirt drugs up their rectum.

According to a report by the Maine Wire, Portland, Maine is providing drug users with a “Portland Public Health Boofing Kit” which includes a needleless syringe and an informational flyer explaining the technique for boofing. The method can be used for drugs such as heroin, fentanyl, and meth. 

The instructions advise users to find a safe spot, mix the drugs with saline in a provided tin, clean their hands and rectum, and use the provided lubricant to ease the syringe's insertion. It also recommended those interested in using this method to empty their bowels beforehand.

The flyer instructs users to lay on their side in a fetal position or any comfortable position, insert the syringe tip into the rectum, release the mixture, and keep the syringe in place for a minute to prevent leakage. 

“Stay on your side laying down for a few minutes to let [the drugs] absorb in the membrane,” the guide said. “Then… You’re good to go!”

This method is recommended for users who experience issues with other forms of drug consumption, such as lung problems from smoking. The flyer also notes that this method may cause drugs to hit "harder or faster" compared to smoking or sniffing.

Portland Public Health Boofing Kit guide, per the Maine Wire.

MAP experts suggest that boofing can be an "intimate activity" with a romantic partner and produced a 30-minute video titled, "All About Boofing," describing it as a "relatively safe way to consume drugs."

The experts also tell those curious about using this method that small amounts of bleeding can occur but that should not cause users to “freak out.” 

In 2021, MAP received nearly half a million dollars in taxpayer funding and is due to receive $75,000 in 2024 for its needle distribution program, per the Maine Wire. The organization is likely to receive even more money as the Maine Recovery Council, which will oversee the allocation of $63 million through 2028, may allocate more funding to the pro-boofing non-profit.

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