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why isn’t there the pill for men? it’s better to unload the weapon instead of shooting at a protective shield
I’ve heard that there was one developed but some shitty (radical?) feminists stopped it from going out because they felt that only women should have control over contraception/risk of conception and were calling it misogynistic or something. :/ I don’t have any sources because this was some time ago, but that’s what I heard, could be wrong though.
A pill for men would be wonderful.
i’m not sure about the legitimacy of that story but on a more practical note, a pill for men is a lot harder to develop simply because it’s a lot easier to stop one egg from being impregnated than to stop millions and millions of sperm from impregnating.
My limited understanding is that it also has a lot to do with hormones. What the female pill does (in many cases but not all) is trick the body into believing it is pregnant. The body then doesn’t release another egg, preventing the woman from getting pregnant ofc, and it is not a permanent condition. The female body can handle fluctuating between these states because that’s what it’s supposed to do biologically.
But in men, there’s no “turn off sperm” time. Once men start producing sperm, they do it constantly forever. Hormones that try to stop this can have super bad side effects, including permanent sterility. There’s just not a way to do it the same way the female pill does it (yet).
There isn’t a pill, but there is an injection which can stop viable sperm from being ejaculated for years at a time!
It is completely reversible any time the person chooses and at the moment there are no apparent serious side-effects. (it is slightly more inconvenient to have to go to a doctor to have the procedure done, but many women get IUD’s or injections themselves because the pill doesn’t work for them)
Clinical trials start this year so hopefully we’ll see it in the states soon!
Men are allowed to think body hair is unattractive
Women are allowed to think body hair is unattractive
Men and women are not allowed to tell other people how they should groom themselves just because of what they find personally attractive
There is common sense on my dashboard, today is a great day.
also there is a difference between saying it isn’t your thing and loudly declaring that it is gross
lady gaga is bisexual
lady gaga is bisexual
LADY GAGA IS BISEXUAL
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