Britta Love

Britta Love is a writer and activist who is passionate about sex and drugs, believing that sexual freedom and cognitive liberty are fundamental human rights. As a graduate of the London School of Economics she wrote her dissertation on sex work in the UK. Her more recent research is grounded in humanity’s rich history of embodied spirituality: where intentional sexuality and psychoactive plant medicines are fully integrated into healing and spiritual practice. She recently graduated from the Consciousness Studies program at Goddard College, writing her master’s thesis on healing through altered states. She has presented at the Psymposia Conference at the University of Massachussetts Amherst, the Desiree Alliance Conference, and the Gratitude Festival and writes for AlterNet and Reality Sandwich. Britta is based in Brooklyn, NY where she gives monthly talks at the Tarot Society Gallery and Reading Room, writes a blog on sex, drugs and consciousness ( and advocates for the ibogaine movement and the Sex Worker’s Outreach Project.

If you’d like to contribute to The Daily Transmission or just want to get in touch, Britta can be reached at:

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Comment from Eliezer Sobel - January 29, 2010 at 4:58 am

Hey Brittany! Thanks for sharing my article!


Comment from Riley - May 9, 2010 at 8:38 am

Hey, I like your site a lot…thanks for all of the interesting information! Have a great day..

Comment from thedailytransmission - May 9, 2010 at 11:09 am

Your welcome! Thanks for reading! ♥

Comment from Nicolas Eyle - May 18, 2010 at 12:09 pm

I just came across your blog and thoroughly enjoyed the posts I read.
Thank you! ;~)

Comment from bird - October 4, 2010 at 6:58 pm

Thanks for posting enjoyable reading.

Comment from Richard Clifford - October 7, 2010 at 12:55 am

Editrice could pass for a young Auntie Mame. Which I intend as a compliment having only just read that novel. Hot photo.

Comment from Quinn Huft - February 6, 2011 at 6:18 pm

What a wonderful blog. I spend hours on the internet reading blogs, about tons of different subjects. I have to first of all give kudos to whoever created your website and second of all to you for writing what i can only describe as an post. I honestly believe there is a skill to writing articles that only a few posses and frankly you have it. The combination of informative and quality content is definitely extremely rare with the large amount of blogs on the internet.

Comment from Zilvinas Juraska - March 10, 2011 at 7:20 am

Awesome blog! Is your theme custom made or did you download it from somewhere? A design like yours with a few simple tweeks would really make my blog jump out. Please let me know where you got your theme. Many thanks

Comment from Pedro Pinto - August 27, 2011 at 10:35 am

olá 🙂 congrats for your fantastic blog ♥ I am a radical feminist and dedicate my research work to pharmaco-pornographic capitalism and the industrilalization of sexual difference. hope we can stay in touch. and please let me know if you ever visit Lisbon (or Portugal).
warm wishes,

ps: i will send you something of my work (published in English) to your e-mail address.

Comment from thedailytransmission - September 15, 2011 at 8:35 am

Hi Pedro thank you! Your research sounds absolutely fascinating please do send me some of your work in English I would love to read it.

Comment from Courtney Brown - June 5, 2012 at 12:51 am

Hey i just read your article on Ketamine and was pleasantly surprised by the legitimacy of your research and your optimistic outlook. I hate having to clarify for people all of the time how it’s not as harmful as society portrays it. You should do some more articles on drugs and the realistic long term effects/ societal myths surrounding recreational abuse. One I’ve been curious about lately is sassafras.

Comment from thedailytransmission - June 20, 2012 at 2:37 am

Hi Courtney, thanks for the feedback! I am of the opinion that there are no good or bad drugs, just good and bad ways of using them. I think most important is that people have access to non-biased and realistic information about substances so they can use them intelligently. I will definitely do more articles like this in the future. I don’t know that much about sassafras other than as a precursor ingredient for MDMA, but now you’ve made me want to do some research. 🙂

Comment from Paolo - March 13, 2016 at 11:51 pm

Hi Britta, I just found you after reading your recent article on Alternet: “How Sex and Drugs Saved My Life (and Could Save the World).” Love the article and the entire practice.

I am working with cannabis mostly and ayahuasca less so to help clear some early childhood trauma (violent father) that has affected me more than I knew all my life. I am doing most of this in a self guided way and wonder if you could shed some light on some specific ways/practices that are most efficacious for getting through this sort of thing, using both drugs and sex, since this has also created fears around intimacy.

My primary (unconscious) reaction (from childhood) has been fear, distance and withdrawal, which as also affected my ability to earn money, which limits any sort of “paid” assistance (counselors, etc). It is a bit of a bind, hence the self guided activities. A sexual healer would be wonderful to able to connect with as well as practices/exercises to do while using cannabis/aya. Any suggestions or directions would be much appreciated. BTW I am in Los Angeles.