During the Sandra Fluke dog-and-pony show, I vaguely recalled reading about possible environmental damage from birth control pills. So I googled it -- there's not a lot of studies (at least not that my rather casual search found, but I would think gov't money is hard to come by for such a subject), but there's at least one attributing hermaphroditic fish to synthetic hormones from birth control pills. I couldn't help wondering if synthetic hormones (which break down more slowly than natural hormones) in the water supply might account for or at least contribute to the current explosion in "gender identity" (or whatever they call it) problems. And maybe the "metrosexual" phenomenon too -- though maybe they were always here and just came into style.
I also found that municipal water supplies only test for things like industrial pollutants and bacteria, though some are thinking of testing also for the common blood pressure and cholesterol drugs.
Any by the way, I've read that ALL the watersheds are affected. Don't have time now, but search with keywords like feminized amphibians contraceptive hormone --- well, here ya go, LINK!!
Ask any man you know, if he wants his sons wasting their lives in chronic gender confusion. Or if he wants eggs developing in his testicles.