I’m Glad We’ve Moved Past That: The History And Future Of Birth Control

Not surprisingly, I will often read anything that I find on the internet that has to do with birth control. So I was fairly intrigued by this article on The History and Future of Birth Control.

It features some of the more, shall we say, colorful methods of contraception that have been used in times past including wood blocks and crocodile dung. However, it also contains some of the ideas for future development, mainly in the field of non-barrier methods for men. If some of these methods turn out to be effective, it could revolutionize contraceptives all over again, particularly if they turn out to be less dangerous than the hormonal contraceptives we already have for women.

Check it out on LiveScience.

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