http://techcitement.com/culture/the-bes … s-for-men/
This article explains a "new" birth control for men which involves a 15 minute procedure done in a doctor's office where they inject a blocker into vas deferends. In another article linked as an update to this article, they question whether it could also act as a blocker for HIV.
What do you think?
Thompson, I almost do not give a darn about what method is used including legal, court mandate and criminal. This antiquated notion of no responsibility for the man needs to be crushed. If there is science that makes an avenue for more responsibility. So I am hesitant on the disease blocker unless it makes males more likely to use it.
I completely agree! I had an interesting debate with someone when I shared this article on facebook, in which he went on to say that women could get their tubes tied if they were so upset about having to take birth control pills or whatever other methods!
I was flabbergasted that there are men who think that way!
Yeah,a neutered man can make less babies and more STD's....
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