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(EuroNews)   All the new options for male contraception, to be used on every conceivable occasion   (euronews.com) divider line
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2021-07-19 2:14:23 PM  
1. I figure that both partners should be responsible for birth control, although this article is...
b. ...a list of things I will never need to care about :/
 
2021-07-19 2:14:47 PM  
Yes, men should have better options.  That said, no woman should ever rely on a man to properly use contraception.
 
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2021-07-19 3:26:59 PM  

RogermcAllen: Yes, men should have better options.  That said, no woman should ever rely on a man to properly use contraception.


Exactly:

You don't want to get pregnant but you want to fark?  Then it's your responsibility to handle your own contraception.

You don't want to get her pregnant but you want to fark her?  Then it's your responsibility to handle your own contraception.

It's not either/or, it's  both/and.
 
2021-07-19 4:22:27 PM  

wage0048: RogermcAllen: Yes, men should have better options.  That said, no woman should ever rely on a man to properly use contraception.

Exactly:

You don't want to get pregnant but you want to fark?  Then it's your responsibility to handle your own contraception.

You don't want to get her pregnant but you want to fark her?  Then it's your responsibility to handle your own contraception.

It's not either/or, it's  both/and.


Correct

And since nothing is entirely bulletproof, doubling up also reduces the risk of one getting through
 
2021-07-19 6:11:01 PM  
I'd tell my sons to get their nuts chopped now, but I don't think there's a Urologist alive (that I'd be willing to have cut on me) that would do it. Would make their lives and the lives of any potential offspring so much easier/better.

/yes, they're teenagers
 
2021-07-19 6:11:49 PM  

RogermcAllen: Yes, men should have better options.  That said, no woman should ever rely on a man to properly use contraception.


Exactly what I would tell anyone with a daughter.
 
2021-07-19 7:35:55 PM  
Do new options mean men will have responsibility for birth control?

They've ALWAYS had responsibility. They just don't like taking it.
 
2021-07-19 10:52:58 PM  
Male contraception has been limited to the same two options for more than a century: wearing condoms or having a vasectomy.

There are more options and they are not new.
 
2021-07-20 6:14:32 AM  

Nick Nostril: I'd tell my sons to get their nuts chopped now, but I don't think there's a Urologist alive (that I'd be willing to have cut on me) that would do it. Would make their lives and the lives of any potential offspring so much easier/better.

/yes, they're teenagers


you should hear the horror stories of women in their 20s and 30s who struggle to find doctors to perform sterilization on them.  woke me the fark up to a huge discrepancy in health care on gender lines.

I had no hassle to get snipped.
 
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