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The United States has some of the strictest anabolic steroid laws of all, but in the United States, millions upon millions continue to buy illegal steroids. The law is very clear, to possess anabolic steroids you must have a prescription, and to obtain a prescription you must possess a legitimate medical need. Many performance enhancers argue this law is not only unfair, but one that is unjust as it infringes upon liberty itself. On this basis, many continue to buy illegal steroids. Are they justified in their actions, if something infringes upon basic liberty should we ignore the law that infringes upon it? These are tough questions to answer, as valid points can be made on both sides.

Is the Law Just?

The anabolic steroid laws of the United States largely exist on the basis of protection; to protect the individual from physical damage, to protect competitive sports from unfair advantages, and to protect children from the dangers of adolescent steroid use. Let’s get the latter out of the way right from the start; children should not buy illegal steroids for any reason, and further, have no business using steroids to begin with. The influx of large amounts of hormones is damaging to a developing body, and this is an effect recognized by all sides. The results of steroid use among children can be horrific.

What about physical damage, individual damage to one’s self? Study after study has shown that healthy adult men can supplement without any major physical damage. In-fact, in most studies, even those done with supraphysiological doses have shown most men have no problems at all. Of course, damage must also be recognized not only in-terms of the direct physical but it must also include possible mental effects. Most all studies have shown the issue of roid rage to be a myth, and as such the physical and mental arguments are both moot points. Of course, you may be arguing we’re twisting the truth, and if that is your claim we then offer you this bit of information to follow.

During the steroid hearings leading to the Steroid Control Act of 1990, an act that was supposed to make the desire to buy illegal steroids a no longer existing issue; in-fact, it was this act that made them illegal. By the passage of the act, anabolic androgenic steroids were classified as Schedule III controlled substances, but to classify them by this nature congress was charged with a task. To schedule any substance there must be proof that such a substance can cause harm to the body in a physical and mental way, and further, there must be proof that it can also lead to physical and mental dependency. During the hearings such proof was not provided, even the AMA and many other health organizations testified such proof was not to be found. Even so, congress ignored the testimony and scheduled the hormones despite the lack of evidence and the war on anabolic steroids truly began.

By this basis, by these facts it is hard to call the anabolic steroid laws just, and on this basis many U.S. adults continue to buy illegal steroids. Many argue they are granted the right of use in the same manner as those who drink or smoke, but their argument goes much deeper. No one can argue, both smoking and drinking can be very damaging to one’s health, and they can further be very damaging to bystanders. However, laws have been put into place to protect the rest of society. It is against the law to smoke where it may bother other people, it is against the law to drink and drive and it is against the law for such substances to be sold to minors. Then we have anabolic steroids; performance enhancers argue they feel justified when they buy illegal steroids because their activity harms no one. If any damage is done it is only to themselves, and while it is only to themselves there is very little evidence that such use is harmful in any serious way to begin with.

Inalienable Rights

In the U.S. you often hear the topic of rights discussed. We all have the right to this, the right to that; in many ways the argument gets very old. Many argue we have the right to everything we see simply out of fairness; we have the right to more money because the other guy has more money, regardless if we earned it we have a right. It’s easy to see why such belief is annoying and flawed with insanity, but there are rights we are all truly entitled to possess. They may sound simple but they are imperative to our existence; we are entitled to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Those who buy illegal steroids base their purchase on these rights whether they realize it or not, and it is a very simple principle. We are entitled to life and in this life we are granted liberty and within such liberty to pursue what makes us happy. We are granted these three rights so as long as our three rights do not infringe on the life, liberty and pursuit of happiness of another individual. Should they infringe, we forfeit our rights and when you buy illegal steroids, although illegal no sane human being could claim you have infringed on the life, liberty or pursuit of happiness of anyone.


When people buy illegal steroids it is often frowned upon simply on the basis of cheating. Anabolic steroids are often viewed as a shortcut and the lazy man’s way. Anyone who has ever supplemented before knows how ridiculous such a belief is. The idea behind anabolic steroids is not to take away from work, and it is not to provide a shortcut. The idea behind performance anabolic steroid use is to take what you’re already doing correctly and to enhance it, to do it better. In many cases, those who supplement often work harder than those who don’t, this is simply the truth.

What about cheating, is it really cheating? If we are truly concerned with competitive equality all sporting teams should have the same identical training facilities, they should all be subject to the same rules of nutrition, but this is hardly the case. Many sporting teams have superior weight rooms, superior trainers and nutritional plans in place. Some athletes even do all they can on their own, hiring specialized nutritionists to give them an advantage. Have they cheated, of course not, they’re competing and taking what is available to them. The same can be said of anabolic steroids; anyone can buy illegal steroids, and there is no man who does not have this ability. While this is true, there is another fact that must be discussed. If a particular sport says you cannot supplement and you choose to supplement you are cheating, and there is no argument that can be made otherwise. If a sport says you can’t wear a purple jersey and that no one can wear the number 43, regardless of how ridiculous the rules may seem they are the rules. If you subject yourself to the sport you are subjected to the rules and expected to uphold them.

When we look at sports is this enough reason to keep steroid use illegal for performance? Can the sporting bodies not make up their own mind and let the individual who is not part of them decide for himself? Of course that’s the way it should be, but we often find ourselves in a world where what makes sense is often not the path followed. Then we have one more issue, one more argument. If we are part of a sporting organization that prohibits steroid use we must subject to the rule. One could argue if we live in a country that has such a law we must subject to the rule. However, that is different animal altogether. A sporting organization is free to make rules at is sees fit, it is entitled under liberty to do what it desires, and if you voluntarily subject yourself to it you must follow it. When it comes to the country in-which we live, the government’s job is to protect liberty, not to decide when and where it grants it. By the protection of liberty, a sporting organization can decide what’s best for it, just as the individual should be allowed to do. However, again, this is not the world we live in, and if you want to supplement you must buy illegal steroids. It is a law that is beyond unjust, and one that creates criminals out of thin air. Will the law ever change? Maybe one day, but it will not change until the millions of American adults who supplement standup and do something about it.