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if this is true, many things will be better this way. it really will.
 

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"The researchers, however, did not predict when male birth-control pills will be available to the public — though Dr. David Handelsman, another researcher on the team, has estimated a wait of about three years."


Dam it!! It cant come soon enough for me. Fck it just hit me w/ the bat!!
 

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I think it depends on alot of things, but I know quite a few girls who frequently miss a day or 2 so its not like they are the best either. Never underestimate the power of sex to get a guy to do something that you would normally never think he could.
 

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I know some women who can't be trusted, period.

So it's nice to have a sense of security and control for the man...have both parties on the pill.
Both people on the pill would be an excellent idea, as long as the chemicals from both don't overcompensate & damage both people. I was just talking about my boyfriend though, who is very forgetful. & to me, having whether I get pregnant or not be held in someone else's hands is a bit scary. It would be nice for guys to willingly take the pill, 'cuz I'm sure my boyfriend would, but a forgetful mistake made 2 days in a row would be terrible.
 

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You have a point. If he forgets you get pregnant. But to me if I knock a chick up that is my child and I bear all the responsibilities equally. And the last thing I would want is a kid right now. But yeah, the guy pill would be great especially if both people are taking it.
 

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You have a point. If he forgets you get pregnant. But to me if I knock a chick up that is my child and I bear all the responsibilities equally. And the last thing I would want is a kid right now. But yeah, the guy pill would be great especially if both people are taking it.
Last thing I want is a kid too. But, like all contraceptives it's not 100% that a girl won't get pregnant. I have 2 friends that got pregnant even though they were taking preventative measures, one on the pill, & one with condoms. Pregnancy is scary, especially if your nowhere near financially stable or don't have a solid career (like me - in college w/part-time job, soon to have the burden of an Evo X payment). Also, my boyfriend is not the abandon when times get rough type, just the forgetful type.
 
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