Would you trust a man

spineyogurt spineyogurt
To take male birth control pills?
11/20/2012
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bratcat bratcat
A lot of people who currently take an oral contraceptive do not actually take them correctly - i.e. taking them at the same time daily, not using other drugs/medicines/foods that will interfere with how the drug works - lowering the success rate, which is why you hear about women getting pregnant while on the pill and chucking it up to a "miracle" (i personally know a few). Also sometimes people will take the pill using it in the same way as plan B, which is not effective what so ever, as a way to either conserve their script or money. The success rate jumps from 98% to 93% if not taken at the correct time daily (however dont quote me on that as the statistics may be wrong because i do not have the article infront of me) and is lowered even more if you go 24hrs without taking a pill.
I think people should be more educated on the current methods of BC readily available, like the pill, and how to use them correctly.
that being said, why shouldn't we trust men with the same responsibility that we put on women? it really all lies in safe sex education and having the right information being given out and making sure the people who are using these products understand how to use them correctly.
02/01/2013
TexasBrat TexasBrat
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Originally posted by spineyogurt
To take male birth control pills?
Nope. And men, you shouldn't fully trust a woman that says she's on The Pill and taking it religiously either.
Some women think that if they love a guy, but the guy seems like he may leave, getting pregnant is the best way to keep him.
Until you're in a trustworthy relationship, I'd always use a back up, aka condoms.
Aug 8, 11:42 pm
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