Pills for men preventing pregnancy have been designed in such a way as not to threaten sperm or affect sex drive. Monash University researchers have identified two types of proteins that block sperm, preventing them from coming out of the testicles during ejaculation. This discovery significantly increased the likelihood of quickly creating male contraceptive pills. Scientists believe that the measure will hit the market in the next 10 years.
The only question is, how many men will decide to take birth control pills? What do you think A revolution in the approach to pregnancy prevention awaits us? Women will lose the possibility of "catching" the child? Will men take matters into their own hands? Is everything rather "old", because the responsibility arising from taking pills will be unacceptable to the average gentleman?