Male birth control pill, implants, patches, creams and other contraceptives on the way

February 13, 2012

There is considerable controversy about the Feds new mandate that health insurance companies provide female contraceptives upon request.

The White House fact sheet “Women’s Preventive Services and Religious Institutions” says nothing about providing free contraceptives to men, which is one more example of unconstitutional gender discrimination by government edict.

Here’s the good news…

By John Schieszer contributor

SEATTLE — Forty-year-old Scott Hardin says he’s glad that men may soon have a new choice when it comes to birth control. But, he adds, he would not even consider taking a male hormonal contraceptive. Hardin is like many men who are pleased to hear they may have a new option but are wary of taking any type of hormones.

 “I would rather rely on a solution that doesn’t involving medicating myself and the problems women have had with hormone therapy doesn’t make me anxious to want to sign on to taking a hormone-type therapy,” says Hardin, who is single and a college administrator.

For the first time, a safe, effective and reversible hormonal male contraceptive appears to be within reach. Several formulations are expected to become commercially available within the near future. Men may soon have the options of a daily pill to be taken orally, a patch or gel to be applied to the skin, an injection given every three months or an implant placed under the skin every 12 months, according to Seattle researchers.

“It largely depends on how funding continues. The technology is there. We know how it would work,” says Dr. Andrea Coviello, who is helping to test several male contraceptives at the Population Center for Research in Reproduction at the University of Washington in Seattle… CLICK HERE TO READ THE REST OF THE ARTICLE

Also see REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS for more on the lack of male contraceptives like those above and related issues

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6 Responses to Male birth control pill, implants, patches, creams and other contraceptives on the way

  1. math durvier on February 24, 2012 at 10:02 PM

    There is a men`s pill, non-hormonal, reversible, 100% efective

    gossypol 20mg

  2. Leroy on February 20, 2012 at 6:40 PM

    none of us ever will see the change even i wont and im 32 ur so right Arden they dont wanna lose the only true right they have so theyll always make sure a female is messing sumthing up or somewhere to keep things from comeing along like they should hell every MAN in the world would take them an there wouldnt b any more kids to raise lol

  3. Arden on February 19, 2012 at 8:08 PM

    Show me results Jack. MRA's can whine all they want about unconstitutional injustices (and they are injustices), all they want but until there is at least one positive result it all means nothing. Call me defeatist all you want but I'm much to old to believe that sanity will be restored to the western world within my lifetime. The scales were tipped in the decades before I was born and have only grown worse for western white males all my life. If there is to be real change I would like to SEE it before I die.

  4. jesse on February 15, 2012 at 7:26 AM

    see it as*

  5. jesse on February 15, 2012 at 7:25 AM

    i have to agree with Arden. feminist wont allow it. they will its discrementory towards women somehow.

  6. Arden on February 13, 2012 at 5:14 PM

    I have been hearing that the "male pill" is just around the corner and coming soon for years now. Feminism and Political Correctness have constantly stood in the way of male reproductive rights so no offense to NCFM, the MRM, or John Schieszer but I'm not going to hold my breath. The Femi-PC crowd will not allow reproductive right for men any time soon.

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