Would you take male birth control once it’s more readily available?

Would you take male birth control once it’s more readily available?
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  • Well "trial" being key word, may not ever make it? But lets say. I don't like "pills" in general. For anything. I take them only if I have to. And I have difficulty believing a pill alone can be that effective (and not be harmful). Plus, we have condoms equally "effective" so? I'd have to research it a lot more if it ever came to be. But regardless I wouldn't ever rely on one sole method of birth control. Example maybe both of us took the pill? lol I'd consider something more permanent (like a vasectomy) first over a pill I think? But not out of the question.

  • I would and in general it's a good thing. More forms of contraception that are on the market the better. But that does not change the fact that in order of a contraceptive to work people need to use them. Given the fact that it takes both a man and woman to make a child both are equally responsible for preventing a unwanted pregnancy. So if you are the kind of person that wants to puts all the responsibility on the other sex, your an idiot.

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  • If and when the safety trials finish, sure. Of course, given the LAST big development and the effect it had on attitudes toward safety testing, I may be a bit more demanding...

  • I'm not sure.
    I was with a woman who always had bad side effects from birth control so we just got used to condoms or other options.
    I'm not sure if I would want birth control in my system either to be honest.

  • One of the best things about making love or having sex is the freedom when you're doing it when you don't have another thought in your head and you can just get as wild and is bold cuz you want to and you both want to continue date the way the world's going you don't know what's going to happen I would want to protect her and myself because if I have a child I want it planned and I want to know that I'm going to be there for it for all his life so yes I would take it

  • I don't have to at my age and situation.
    But if I was young and single, I MIGHT do that. I'd want to know that the effects are safe and reversible.

  • I would yes, but I'm also considering a vasectomy at the moment. I'm not in a monogamous relationship so I always use the condom, but when I do settle into another relationship then a male pill would be a good option before a vasectomy.

  • About fucking time.

  • Don't need it. My partner is past that.

  • Yeah

  • It needs to be around for about 30 years to see potential long term side effects before I would risk taking it.

  • I would want to know how the products acts on the body and what any side effects are. Then I could decide.

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