Skip to comments.New Male Contraception Stops Sperm from Swimming
Posted on 10/09/2012 12:55:02 PM PDT by trailhkr1
Scientists have found a way to stop sperm swimming, making the long-awaited male contraceptive pill a step closer to fruition. By ascertaining how to cut off the power supply that enables sperm to move, a man's wrigglers can now left twitching rather than swimming. The research, led by scientists at Monash University in Melbourne, may also provide clues on possible causes of male infertility.
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It puts little cement shoes on the sperm.
Keep thinking of Woody Allen in “Everything You Wanted to Know About Sex” as a sperm ready to go and worrying if he’s going to be shot off in a homosexual encounter.
There’s always one who will “tread” until the danger is over. But 99% would be excellent.
Much better than the first male birth control pill. You put it in your shoe and it made you limp.
And the side effects?
And how many men in the past with girlfriends ended up with a baby after the marriage minded girlfriend just "forgot" to take the pill.
Pics of bugly lib chicks in 3...2...1...
This is what is needed. A reliable from of male birth control.
Women will conceive...
Babies will be born...
Life will find a way..
how far do they really have to “swim”? I never really thought about it, but it can’t be that far . . .
I don't care what they say, no fluid = less sensation.
HA!.Not good enough... I taught mine to crawl, tumble, and skip.. Ya can’t keep a real man down.. ADAPT, thats my moto.. LOLOL
“swimming swimming in the swimming pool
when days are hot
when days are cold
in the swimming pool”
Old camp song. Sorry I had to do it.
and I am sure women will believe men when they say, “I’ve taken care of it”.
I have the best form of male birth control known.
It’s called abstinence.
Sandra fluke is pleased...
Mine is too good to waste
How about most effective vs best?
worrying if hes going to be shot off in a homosexual encounter.
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Kind of like the ‘joke?’ that has a bunch of he swimmers doing workouts, exercises etc because ‘it’ is going to produce a winning kid. Joke ends with ‘them’ swimming back ‘upstream’ yelling BJ BJ go back.....etc...
It stops them from swimming? Where are the fish and wildlife people? ENDANGERED SPECIES!
reply of the day......TDF
Sorry, but anyone who self-castrates is just asking for problems, both physical and mental.
And I will take it a step further..a recent study was done and something like 12-15% of children born of married parents the DNA does not match the husbands..trying not going to get into a I hate women post here but these are the facts....not all women are innocent little angels.
And I would call that 'wasted years" but if you are happy then good for you.
Most of them take a taxi.
I’ll say it here: within a year or two, there will be a lawsuit by some woman saying that the availability of this pill violates her reproductive rights. As in having EXCLUSIVE rights to determine whether pregnancy happens or continues.
Why does it take a million sperm to fertilize a single egg?
Hold the left mouse button down as you pass the mouse over the text between the brackets below [ ] for the answer.
[ Because they won't stop and ask for directions. ]
A: They refuse to ask directions!
Take away their flippers.
Considering all the lovely things that the pill does to women, there’s NO WAY I’d ever take that garbage.
Will Obamacare pay for this?
Beautiful. This will turn out to be the death knell of feminism, mark my words.
Not far for you, but far for them at their scale. Think of it like an ant crossing the sidewalk, to him, it’s like a 5 mile journey, even though you can do it in 2 steps.
Or just feed the sperm within 30 minutes of sex, and they’ll get cramps.
I don’t have AIDS ... and never worried about getting it.
I don’t have genital herpes ... and never worried about getting it.
I don’t have HPV ... and never worried about getting it.
I have never had chlamydia ... and never worried about getting it.
I have never had gonorrhea ... and never worried about getting it.
I have never had syphilis ... and never worried about getting it.
I have never had chancroid ... and never worried about getting it.
I have never had crabs ... and never worried about getting them.
I have never had scabies ... and never worried about getting it.
And ... I never worried about getting a woman pregnant out of wedlock.
Jus’ sayin’ ...
I don’t view ANY of my life as having been wasted (although I may have been wasted a time or two ...)
That has been my position for many years.
Once men are in 100% control, are 100% bullet proof on pregnancy, child support, etc, then females will find a way to regain sexual control, and that means tightening up supply and returning to a more traditional bartering system.
Of course, I also remember a good friend of mine, who had his vasectomy two years before mine, telling me that it didn't hurt one bit..that had his done in the morning, and went back to the office after lunch.
Boy oh boy...he sure got me with that one..
I admit I've had some ons's, some I now regret but have also had 3 long term girlfriends which I don't...learned from every one..and would have married any one of my past gf's if "needed"..I don't hang around or associate with sloots and all my past gf's had character and they would have told me up front (about diseases)..all of my gf's I met through being very close friends with first and are not bed jumpers.
SrS question though if the woman in the pic below came onto you and said she wanted a ONS with you either of you was married/in a relationship would you turn her down?? I'm weak I admit I would not turn her down and I doubt if 98% of unmarried males would and the 1% of those 2% would be gay males.
Wise! That should be men’s reaction to new reproductive treatments. That is where this is leading.
The population control mob doesn’t exactly have the same goals as human beings - flurishing and joyful life.
I am ignoring this thread
I can’t remember how many times I’ve posted this link telling people this is where I got my FReeper handle from.
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