Male pill news


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27 November 2006

UK scientists invent male ‘pill’ that can be taken hours before sex

British scientists have developed a revolutionary pill that men could take as a one-off contraceptive just before a date.

The tablet would prevent a man from being able to impregnate a woman, but within a few hours his fertility would return to normal.

It’ll be great when a reliable male-pill is available. No more one-night stands with women who promise they’re on the pill and then, nine-months later, you get a request for eighteen-years of Child support.

I’ve already heard rumblings of femnags beginning to whine about a male pill. “Oh boo-hoo, men could deny a woman her right to motherhood.” Fuck you.

Critics argue, that men lack women’s motivation to prevent pregnancy, making it hard for women to trust them to take a contraceptive pill.

What planet do these critics live on? We have a shitload of motivation for preventing pregnancy; namely the vast amounts of Child Support as well as the fact that we regard a lot of modern women as being unsuitable potential mothers.

posted by Duncan Idaho @ 6:25 PM

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At 7:55 PM, Anonymous said…

What difference does this pill make? I think I’ve read laws that don’t allow men to get paternity tests. After the birth of each baby, there should be a required paternity test, and if the child is not the father’s then the marriage/any legal rights between the two are completely dissolved. The man has the option of getting the children that are actually his. This would discourage women from sleeping around and lying instantly. Of course, with our feminist powered government, that type of law would never pass. If it did, most of society’s problems could instantly be fixed, or at least, within one generation.

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At 8:55 PM, Anonymous said…

How about scientists create a pill that totally eliminates the sexual desire (and semen producing) part of testosterone. Of course, within 50-100 years there would no longer be any humans, but what the hell – I’m not going to be around anyway.

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At 9:43 PM, VoodooJock said…

It makes a lot of difference. Familiar with the term ‘Baby Rabies’?

This is the cure.

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At 9:46 PM, ChicagoMan said…

The critics’ comments are completely ass-backwards.

I know of NO MAN, even with a good wife that lacks the motivation to prevent pregnancy.

Every single man on earth (except for gays of course) does not want to get the woman pregnant until they know it is safe to start a family, and those days are numbered already.

What fucktards

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At 9:54 PM, Danny said…

I’d take that pill. Shit, I’d take two, and one afterward.

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At 10:51 PM, Cornholio said…

The article states that the pill works by preventing ejaculation. I don’t mean to spoil the pill’s potential, but is this really a good thing?

Sex without coming seems about as anti-climactic as you can get. I can’t imagine who would take this pill more than once. It still ensures a woman’s pleasure, but voids a man’s enjoyment.

Am I missing something here?

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At 11:02 PM, Anonymous said…

“The hormone-free ‘male pill’ was inspired by two medicines already in use and so the scientists hope it could be on the market within as little as five years.”

I will believe it when I see it. Since the invention of the anti-baby pill there were always rumours about the male pill being released to the market in ” a couple of years”. And it is questionable if an orgasm without ejaculation will feel at least almost equally good. I still believe that vasectomy is the only choice for a Men’s activist if you wanna be sexually active.

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At 11:05 PM, Schpengle Carrot-Tripe said…

hee hee
sharpen your fangs on this, soft fluffy women!
and then Us Guys!
Haa haa!, my arse!.
gee, I luvs stereotypes I does see!

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At 11:40 PM, Playboy said…

RE: “I think I’ve read laws that don’t allow men to get paternity tests.”

Per the law: If you are married and she has a baby – it’s your legal responsibility regardless of true paternity.

Yet another reason not to get married. She can have sex with every dirtbag or goofball she pleases and if she gets pregnant you are on the hook with 18-years of child-support for some other guy’s brat.

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At 12:25 AM, Jerkmenistan said…

Duncan raises an interesting point, namely, feminists might argue that a male pill would allow men in committed relationships to deceive their partners and thereby prevent such women from conceiving children. In other words, a man could lie when he and his wife were trying to conceive so that he gets some extra (or continuous) sex for as long as he wants. Wait a minute, this sounds familiar, although it’s the reverse of the problem men face when women claim to be on the pill. A woman can deceive a man about her ability to conceive by claiming to take the pill, when she actually isn’t, just so she can have a baby.

Sounds like the male pill would even the playing field when it comes to sex. Each gender will have the ability to control its fertility through the use of pharmaceuticals.

What’s wrong with this?

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At 2:51 AM, Panzer said…

Hey Carrot_tripe, I just read the articles you linked to, man that was some funny stuff. What a wagon full of bullshit those articles were. Thanks for cheering me up.

Panzer

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At 4:58 AM, Rob Fedders said…

I think it’s disgusting how critic’s of “the male pill” are aired in this article about how women don’t trust men to take a pill every day…or that women have a more vested interest in preventing pregnancy – YEAH, until they want to cash out! And how about the men who don’t trust women to take the pill everyday because she’s trying to prompt a marriage or more accurately, her cash out!

There are more such drugs out there, and there are always dipshits criticizing men over them. There is another one that they have found to make sperm unable to swim – it hampers the tail or something and it has been proven to be reliable in animal testing.

BUT, then the fucking harpies come in… it’s harder on a woman to pregnant… men can’t be trusted…

FUCK OFF, SKANKS! (Yes, NYMOM, I know you’re going to comment – I thought I’d get a head start!)

I am just sick and fucking tired of women even airing their views on subjects like this. Where are the articles with men airing their views about manipulative bitches who feel it’s ok to trap a future with a little pregnancy lie?

You take your jagged little pill, skank, and I’ll fucking well take mine! GIVE IT!

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At 5:40 AM, Days of Brokwn Arrows said…

By “prevent ejaculation” I believe they mean ejaculation of just the sperm itself, not the fluid that goes along with it. In other words, guys taking the pill would be like infertile guys — they can have ejaculations, but not ones with sperm.

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At 2:07 PM, darkbhudda said…

India has some promising technology in final stages of widespread testing, ranging from injecting a device to prevent sperm production – easily reversed – to pills.

Then there was some other pill, for blood pressure or something, that had the side effect of male infertility during drug trials.

About time I say. Relying on a woman’s word that she got a 3 month implant, or that she is taking her pills is scary. They go ballistic when you suggest using a condom as the implication is that they sleep around. But condoms are not 100% effective.

One of my exes is the sort of person who would name me as the father of someone else’s child just to get child support. Currently there is no legal defense for men as judges have ruled against paternity testing.

Cornholio said…

The article states that the pill works by preventing ejaculation. I don’t mean to spoil the pill’s potential, but is this really a good thing?

Sex without coming seems about as anti-climactic as you can get. I can’t imagine who would take this pill more than once. It still ensures a woman’s pleasure, but voids a man’s enjoyment.

Am I missing something here?

Days of Brokwn Arrows probably has it right. You still shoot, but just blanks.

But FYI, ejaculation and orgasm are separate. Sure, the orgasm occurs a split second after ejaculating. But you can ejaculate without orgasming, and you can learn to orgasm without ejaculating.

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At 12:34 AM, mfsob said…

You guys watch, as soon as it looks like this is going to hit production and get approved by the various regulatory agencies, the feminazie and manginas will rise up en mass to smash it back down.

But I agree, it’s time for men to be able to play women like women have played men!

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At 1:34 AM, Panzer said…

My body, my choice. Well ladies, the shoe is on the other foot.

Panzer

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At 2:51 AM, Bad Example said…

This seems like good news to me.

I have taken Trandate (Labetalol), the High Blood pressure med from which the ejaculation inhibiting compound was isolated.

The effect of inhibited ejaculation is that although the sensation of ejaculation remains the same, complete with orgasm, nothing comes out.. ie: no wet spot. It feels however as if you have ejaculated normally.

Trandate itself should probably not be used as a method of contraception
as it does have other side effects such as drowsiness, dizziness and headaches.

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