Bromance. Guy liner. Manscaping. The last thing the world needs is another male ego-friendly term to describe a word or phrase that already exists and yet, here’s a new one courtesy of the Wall Street Journal: Brosectomy parties, i.e. an occasion for men to gather and get vasectomies with their buds. Bonding!
Of the exploding local population of bachelor deer, that is.
Imagine if there were a type of birth control that could be activated by a button. A German carpenter invented a device that sounds like it came straight from science fiction—male contraception that allows a man to turn his sperm flow off and on with just a flick of a switch.
It's not just Friday. It's a special day for penises.
Women have long had the honor of being the only ones with birth control pills available to them, but new research suggests this could soon be changing. Two new studies have just come out which make non-hormonal contraception for men look like it could be a real thing someday soonish — and we might even be able to…
With all the talk of lady contraception, we almost forgot that some guys also take steps to keep from making babies—and it turns out this month is a popular time for dudes to get that vasectomy they've been wanting. You see, there's a little basketball tournament called March Madness happening at the moment, and it…
Today, a panel of Democratic lawmakers in Georgia will convene for a historic debate on a bill that proposes limits on vasectomies on the grounds that they deprive children "the opportunity to be born." The anti-vasectomy bill's framers aren't serious; they're making a point about the stupidity of conservative…
An Indian scientist has invented a male birth control method that's essentially a reversible vasectomy. Now that US researchers are on the bandwagon, the project is getting some attention — but it's still pretty under the radar.
On last night's episode, Speidi continued their fake marital dramz by fighting over if and when they'll have children. Spencer decided to snip the problem in the balls by visiting a urologist for a vasectomy.