A Birth Control Pill for Men is Under Development

By JasmineHughes

To date, “the pill” has represented a sort of victory for women’s rights, but the realities of taking a daily medication that is sometimes accompanied by an expense and unpleasant side effects may make it more of a burden for women than a reproductive equalizer. And so comes male birth control, which, researchers say, might finally help men and women to take on life’s responsibilities together in about 10 years.

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  • S.T.

    It’s been a long time coming! I always thought sexism was the reason only women were considered for such prevention. But now, I do believe many men will take such a pill, in time.
    There are a lot of men who DON’T want children with certain women and this will give them some control. “Times they are achangin’ “.

  • Gjacolby83

    I don’t care if this pill ever comes to the market…..I won’t ever take it. Ok I don’t want to be all sexist so I will just say I hope I have my children by the time this drug hits the mainstream.

  • Dellehenderson

    Men don’t do it. Preventing conception is one thing, but what about the side effect like with the pills for women. These pills mix with other medications can have devastating effects. Plus, they need to invent a pill to prevent sexually transmitted diseases. These pills does not do that. And me, as a woman, would NOT take your word that ‘YOU CAN’T GET PREGNANT-I’M ON THE PILL. Ha ha. right. How many men have been caught with that one?