Monday, June 16, 2008

The Male Pill

Check out this quickie in Dame about the advent of the male pill--an injection or patch once every 12 months that acts as an impermanent vasectomy. Writes Dame's Jonathan Bender, "It’s about time science caught up to the changing gender roles." More on the science of it here. Thoughts?!

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The problem they have always had with male contraception was the fact that men produce millions of sperm whereas women have but one egg every month to stop.

It is about time that men were faced with the "birth control" dilemma though. Perhaps having to be conscious will be good for some of them?