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    Re: Would you support a male contraceptive?

    Quote Originally Posted by Aunt Spiker View Post
    LOL - you sound insane. You honestly sound like you're paranoid or thinking that women have created this massive undoing controlling dominating cult over males an we only use them to get knocked up - and rich. : I laughed at the last line - women have good control over their biology and feelings . . . but men are too dependent on them. LOL What the hell dude?

    But I think what you're trying to say is that you want a hormonal form of birth control for men. . . see - so simple. "I support hormonal birth control for men." is all you had to say.
    Hmmm ... yes! Thanks for the help. Indeed my point is that we need a hormonal control for men, not only physical.

    (It's great that some posters such as you can actually say what I want to say but I can't. Thanks. )

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    Re: Would you support a male contraceptive?

    Quote Originally Posted by ab9924 View Post
    Hmmm ... yes! Thanks for the help. Indeed my point is that we need a hormonal control for men, not only physical.

    (It's great that some posters such as you can actually say what I want to say but I can't. Thanks. )
    Does female contraception reduce sex drive? Ive never looked into it?

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    Re: Would you support a male contraceptive?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kandahar View Post
    Umm with drugs/alcohol? Or when he's asleep? Or underage?
    ...the edge of a knife or end of a gun...simply getting beaten into submission.... basically all the same ways women can be raped, though we don't see many gay men claiming rape because they just regret their actions the previous night...cudos to them.

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    Re: Would you support a male contraceptive?

    Quote Originally Posted by jonny5 View Post
    Does female contraception reduce sex drive? Ive never looked into it?
    No it does not. That is why this makes no sense. It sounds like he is referring to chemical castration.

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    Re: Would you support a male contraceptive?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kandahar View Post
    Umm with drugs/alcohol? Or when he's asleep? Or underage?
    None of them are rape, right? And at least the last one, that is how every man is initiated by the will of a woman (or women if more in the bed). The 18 thing is a joke. There is always a first woman, and to call her a rapist is nonsense, I think.
    Last edited by ab9924; 10-15-12 at 04:04 PM.

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    Re: Would you support a male contraceptive?

    Quote Originally Posted by NitroHangover View Post
    I would guess that he's probably talking more about societal social pressures on men regarding sex and relationships. It sounds like he thinks that birth control and reproductive freedom have freed women from these kinds of pressures and "dependence" to great degree and he wants the same done on the male side.

    But honestly that's just a stab in the dark. The more he talks the more difficult it is to decipher what he's saying.

    ab99, if you want to have conversations about these things, you should try starting with a much longer, more clear OP. It seems like when you say things, you are assuming that everyone is starting on same page as you, when the truth is that we don't even know what book you're reading. Lay out an overview of the basic issues you are talking about and state your premises clearly, with real-world examples. It's like, you keep starting in the middle of a very complex conversation, and none of us heard the beginning, you know?
    What? No. BC hasn't freed women...have you seen the news? Women say they can't get BC without the gub'ment, they need the tax-payer to float the bill for all their BC needs. Does the name Sandra Fluke ring a bell? That law graduate claims she can't even pay for her own condoms, has sex 300 times per day (according to the math).

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    Re: Would you support a male contraceptive?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry View Post
    He puts his dick in your ass.
    That is probably more like it, but you survive it. Male psychology is not like female.

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    Re: Would you support a male contraceptive?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry View Post
    What? No. BC hasn't freed women...have you seen the news? Women say they can't get BC without the gub'ment, they need the tax-payer to float the bill for all their BC needs. Does the name Sandra Fluke ring a bell? That law graduate claims she can't even pay for her own condoms, has sex 300 times per day (according to the math).
    I didn't say I agreed with him. I'm just trying to figure out what the hell he's saying.

    And yes, birth control has freed women in many huge ways, and most women have no trouble obtaining it. Sandra Fluke just wants it for free because old men get their boner pills.

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    Re: Would you support a male contraceptive?

    Quote Originally Posted by jonny5 View Post
    Does female contraception reduce sex drive? Ive never looked into it?
    It can just about destroy it completely, yeah, either as a direct side effect of the chemical, or indirectly by harming her self image though wight gain, or increasing fatigue. Some women feel objectified by their significant other when they go on BC because their partner then feels free to pursue sex more. That's a pure social effect not caused by the BC itself, but can completely crash her sex drive anyway.
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    Re: Would you support a male contraceptive?

    Quote Originally Posted by ab9924 View Post
    If that effect is as positive and calming as in women, it might be not that bad. Sometimes men need to be saved from themselves, I speculate. Why do you say that it is negative?
    I personally haven't found it to be calming in women, but maybe that's just based on my own acquaintances. As for the issue with men, it would depend on what the specific mode of action was for the contraceptive in question. I'm pretty much a naturalist when it comes to human relations, and men's testosterone levels are imperative for some of the male traits, both physical and psychological. To me, these are important. But, as I said, I'll leave it up to men, since it's their bodies they would be dealing with.
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