Where's the "I'm a man, and I don't see a woman gullible enough to trust a man who says he's on the pill" box? ....
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Of course I would, why would anybody not?
I mean Im going off the assumption that it would be an FDA drug, equal/greater effectiveness of birth control now and similar/less risks then its a no-brainer of course I would, no reason not to.
No, and I wouldn't let my wife take hormonal birth control as it raises the risk of breast cancer. We'll stick to other forms of birth control. I don't like the idea of pills and hormones controlling fertility in either man or woman.
Last edited by digsbe; 03-02-11 at 02:41 PM.
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you mean drugs?
I can understand if somebody is against most drugs, if your suspect of drugs in general thats not going to change, like I said im going off of normal people. People who typically use meds etc.
No reason not IMO IF its falls under the description I already detailed (FDA drug, equal/greater effectiveness of birth control and similar/less risks then its a no-brainer of course I would, no reason not to.)
No. We're talking about hormonal birth control.