What is Molly? Everything you need to know about the party drug... - The Week
Waylan Choy stashed this in When Old People Interpret Young People
This singlehandedly explains Miley Cyrus's behavior in 2013:
In The Drug Book, Michael C. Gerald writes that the stimulant "produces euphoria and physical energy, increasing feelings of empathy and intimacy with partners" that makes users feel as if "all is right in the world." The National Institute on Drug Abuse says this is accomplished when MDMA binds to serotonin transporters, which alters the brain's neurochemistry. From a psychological standpoint, this can result in (temporary) heightened perceptions, elevated mood, reduced appetite, and a prolonged burst of energy.
"It makes you really happy," one Molly user tells The New York Times. "It's very loose. You just get very turned on — not even sexually, but you just feel really upbeat and want to dance or whatever."
And she can't stop. And she won't stop.
no it doesn't