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    Re: Men, would you be willing to take hormonal birth control?

    Quote Originally Posted by Temporal View Post
    Almost everyone woman I know who has taken the pill long-term has had irregular periods or none for up to a year after. I would hate to think what this could do to men if they took some kind of hormonal birth control.

    The pill ****s up your body and all those hormones enter the water systems when you urinate, causing mutations in wildlife. In some areas, people end up drinking water from the tap that has birth control in it, which is just gross.
    I generally don't think relying on hormonal bc is good long term... it has a lot of risks, and they increase the older you get

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    Re: Men, would you be willing to take hormonal birth control?

    Quote Originally Posted by SheWolf View Post
    Is the market there?
    I absolutely would be willing to take male birth control.

    Besides, you know, collecting comic books, reading Star Trek novels, and buying Transformers toys.
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    Re: Men, would you be willing to take hormonal birth control?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry View Post
    Alright, so for reasons not to take birth control we have "I had a vasectomy" and "I'm gay"
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    Re: Men, would you be willing to take hormonal birth control?

    Quote Originally Posted by Centrist77 View Post
    Well I agree we do over-medicate in many ways. I know when I was like 15 and got my wisdom teeth out the gave me like 30 Perks with 2 refills?????

    I didnt use any, now Im sure there some people that have too but 90 perks? if you need them all Id guess the surgery went wrong lol
    Gee... I barely got 10 perks...

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    Re: Men, would you be willing to take hormonal birth control?

    Quote Originally Posted by Centrist77 View Post
    LOL honest mistake either way doesnt matter

    I was just curious where your limits are, I know you are quite more religious than I am in the literal/by the book sense. So I was shocked you dont view sex, purposely without the intent to conceive as a sin. Not that I think it is and "shocked" is probably too strong of a worried, more like interesting thats all.
    I'm not morally or religiously opposed to birth control pills or contraception. I just wouldn't take hormonal birth control or allow my wife to take them because they increase her risk for breast cancer. They also can have some bad side affects like mood problems and acne break outs. I don't think it's sinful or immoral to use condoms or take birth control pills. I am just personally opposed to them for medical reasons, I don't care if someone else choses to use them.
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    Re: Men, would you be willing to take hormonal birth control?

    Quote Originally Posted by digsbe View Post
    I'm not morally or religiously opposed to birth control pills or contraception. I just wouldn't take hormonal birth control or allow my wife to take them because they increase her risk for breast cancer. They also can have some bad side affects like mood problems and acne break outs. I don't think it's sinful or immoral to use condoms or take birth control pills. I am just personally opposed to them for medical reasons, I don't care if someone else choses to use them.
    Thanks for answering Digsbe but I more or less understood before but its still appreciated.
    Just interesting since a decent amount I know that share your stance on abortion and some that share your OLD stance on gay marriage believe sex without intent to conceive in sinful and immoral.
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    Re: Men, would you be willing to take hormonal birth control?

    Quote Originally Posted by Centrist77 View Post
    Thanks for answering Digsbe but I more or less understood before but its still appreciated.
    Just interesting since a decent amount I know that share your stance on abortion and some that share your OLD stance on gay marriage believe sex without intent to conceive in sinful and immoral.
    I believe sex without the intent to conceive isn't a sin. I have nothing wrong with it morally.
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    Re: Men, would you be willing to take hormonal birth control?

    Quote Originally Posted by digsbe View Post
    I believe sex without the intent to conceive isn't a sin. I have nothing wrong with it morally.
    me neither of course
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    Re: Men, would you be willing to take hormonal birth control?

    Quote Originally Posted by digsbe View Post
    I believe sex without the intent to conceive isn't a sin. I have nothing wrong with it morally.
    All it is really is an adult form of play.

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    Re: Men, would you be willing to take hormonal birth control?

    I might (hence my vote of maybe).

    Just curious though, is this thread in response to the recent study of the way women change during ovulation and how birth control may or may not affect those changes?
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