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- Sep 2018
In 2007, the pharmaceutical company Bayer gave up on a male contraceptive “that involved an annual implant and a quarterly injection,” as my colleague Olga Khazan reported in 2015. The company, she wrote, “concluded that men would consider the regimen—in the words of a spokesperson—‘not as convenient as a woman taking a pill once a day.’”
I AM FROTHING AT THE MOUTH I AM SO ANGRY
College enrollment has historically been higher among women who have access to the pill, and “birth control has been estimated to account for more than 30 percent of the increase in the proportion of women in skilled careers from 1970 to 1990,” the report reads.
But how has their academic performance been [negatively] impacted by bad side effects?
he might have mood swings.
Greater aggression? --> more frequent violence toward women?
most men wanted to continue using the injectable birth control—more than 80 percent of them said they would choose to use it.*
THIS IS MADDENING
“It was believed women would tolerate side effects better than men, who demanded a better quality of life,”
THIS IS SO INCREDIBLY FUCKED UP.