crime means crime (or not)
The crime means crime concept is rather simplistic.
In the UK some recreational drugs are legal (some for adults, some for anyone) e.g. alcohol, caffeine, nicotine
Others are not e.g. THC (a cannabis component)
Arbitrary historical events have led to good & bad recreational drugs dichotomy, but you could get lots of cogent argument on why cannabis should be legal or alternatively why alcohol or cigarettes should be banned.
There are some crimes on the books where the overwhelming majority of people will agree it's a crime.
Plenty of others where people will disagree, especially depending on arguably excessive consequences - e.g. I doubt a huge number of people applaud prison sentences for low / no income women just because they failed to pay UK TV licence.
Anyone who has had a few too many beers and found the city centre no longer has any public toilets open & its ages to wait for next bus may not regard public urination as a crime (or indeed a sex crime as it is sometimes made out to be)