Male Birth Control Pills?

For years, scientists have been working on developing birth control pills for men – to no success. My question though, is do they honestly think that male birth control pills will take off?

Written By: Sheila Crutcher
Life Dynamics Staff

“First-ever ‘birth control pill’ for
men moves step closer to reality”

When I read this headline, I had a good laugh. Then, after
reading the article, all I could do was shake my head.

For years, scientists have been working on developing birth control pills for men; however, for a variety of reasons they have never taken off. In the past, they have either been considered unpopular, ineffective or having too many side effects. But scientists, so-called feminists and the mainstream media are hopeful about this new non-hormonal drug which “prevented male mice from getting females pregnant.”

Lead author, Abdullah Al Noman, who is a graduate student at Minnesota University, is trying to develop this pill because “there are still no approved pills on the market” for men, even though “scientists have been trying for decades.” This pill works by blocking vitamin A, a key component in contraception. In mice, after four weeks of use, the sperm count was greatly reduced and considered 99 percent effective in pregnancy prevention. Noman wanted to develop a non-hormonal male contraceptive in order to avoid bad side effects like high cholesterol, obesity and depression. The researchers of this pill are expecting human trials to begin later this year.

Male Birth Control

My question though, is do they honestly think that male birth control pills will take off?

Females have been subjugating themselves to “the pill” for decades now, for pregnancy prevention; but will males fall into the birth control trap?

More people are beginning to realize what a scam birth control is. It is something that the abortion lobby and eugenicists have pushed on different societies for years, all so that women won’t get pregnant. But female birth control isn’t 100 percent effective and is actually hurting women’s health, going far beyond the everyday side effects (Listen to Episode 41: Birth Control – What They’re Not Telling You on the “Pro-Life America Podcast” to learn more.)

Yet, females continue to take birth control, all the while calling out for men to “take responsibility.” But is male birth control the answer? It’s important to note that the same people who love abortion are also the ones who want birth control pills, not only for women, but for men as well. Yet, the biggest cop-out of responsibility is abortion itself.

Mark Crutcher, president of Life Dynamics, has said for years that “irresponsible men love abortion,” which is the absolute truth. So, realistically, are men going to “step up” and take a bunch of pills that will lower their sperm count and possibly affect their health? Or will they still consider paying for the abortions to be their only responsibility?

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