We Could Have Effective Male Birth Control (Without Condoms!) By 2017

Although a veritable cornucopia of birth control options exists for women, men currently only have the condom available to them — which is unfair, if you think about it, because it takes two to create a wriggling human life. Fortunately, science may have finally come up with a contraceptive equalizer: the elusive male… » 9/10/14 11:40am 9/10/14 11:40am

Safe, Effective Male Birth Control is Closer Than You Might Think

As of now, if you would like to do all of the sex things with someone of the opposite gender without yielding a squalling newborn, you basically have two non-permanent options: you can use condoms, or the woman can take care of it (via birth control pills, an IUD, a diaphragm, etc.). As a woman who uses… » 10/03/13 4:40pm 10/03/13 4:40pm

Made-Up Dick Diseases Keeping Us From Figuring Out Male Birth Control

Like a lot of unchaste women, I take birth control every day. I do this because, as an underemployed person, I am not interested in housing a baby Meags in my Meags-parts. It sure would make my life easier if my man-friend-for-life had to shoulder some of the burden in this scenario. But, as is painfully obvious to… » 8/07/13 5:10pm 8/07/13 5:10pm

Men Not That Interested in Birth Control Involving a Zap to the Balls

Scientists may have discovered a new form of male birth control, which the media is calling — horrifyingly — the "testicular zap." Of course, guys in India already have access to horrifying-sounding yet effective reversible birth control, in the form of a shot to the scrotum. We asked some dudes which they would… » 1/30/12 5:00pm 1/30/12 5:00pm

Researchers Working Furiously To Conceive Male Birth Control

Male birth control, like the Arrested Development movie, keeps being dangled tantalizingly in front of American's faces, just out of reach but reportedly on its way. In the past, male birth control choices have been limited- vasectomies (which are hurty) and condoms (which are for dirty sailors, at least according to… » 7/24/11 11:33am 7/24/11 11:33am

If They Don't Wear Condoms, Who Says They're Gonna Pop Pills?

  • Sure, a birth control pill for guys may be on its way, but after watching Knocked Up again this weekend we would never actually trust the dipshit to take it. [MSNBC]
  • Being stressed about work increases a woman's chance of developing breast cancer, say researchers. Yeah, so does being alive. Happy Breast Cancer…
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