Drug testing has become the rm in many workplaces. In order to get a job, potential employees are required to provide their urine for testing. Pissing on Demand examines this phemen along with the resulting rise of the anti-drug testing movement, or the detox industry, that works to beat these tests. Strategies include over-the-counter products like body flushers that sound incent but are really designed to mask the presence of illegal drugs to kits advertised in pro-drug publications like High Times that make bones about their real purpose. The first expose of the detox industry in all its manifestations, this book is required reading for anyone concerned with social control, privacy, and workers' rights.
Kenneth D. Tunnell teaches at Eastern Kentucky University. His previous books include Living Off Crime, Choosing Crime, and Political Crime in Contemporary America.