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FAQs on Vasectomy

Many men want the opportunity to plan the number of children they have – and many women want to finally be able to share the responsibility of contraception with their partner. 668 more words

Vasectomy

Yes we have no bananas

Will there ever come a day when women are not the primary caretakers of contraception? Aside from the ever faithful (occasionally not) but unloved condom, or the more drastic vasectomy, men only have the withdrawal method, which is about as trustworthy as a Tory in charge of the benefits budget and therefore must be discounted as a serious option. 1,121 more words

Male Contraception

Male contraception is coming, are men ready for it?

The world of contraception is set to change real soon, with the advent of the male contraceptive pill. This means that before long, the question of who’s taking ‘the pill’ in a relationship will become a matter of sharing responsibility, rather than having it fall almost exclusively on the female partner. 403 more words

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FAQs on Vasectomy

Many men want the opportunity to plan the number of children they have – and many women want to finally be able to share the responsibility of contraception with their partner. 693 more words

Vasectomy

Shared Responsibility?

The 1960s sexual revolution promised carefree sex and a more empowered role for women with the invention of the birth control pill. It didn’t entirely live up to its promise. 1,430 more words

Six 'Sexy' Days

A Thank-You Letter to the Packard Foundation

Have you heard of Vasalgel? It’s a new contraceptive technology for men that’s recently been making news rounds at The GuardianThe Daily Mail… 681 more words

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The future of male sterilization: RISUG/Vasalgel

First of all, if you are looking for an efficient, long-term birth control method, but you can wait about two years, your dreams will come true by Vasalgel. 309 more words

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