Birth control

Hibernation 2011: Surviving Winter Semester

Did you know that the months of August and September are the most common months for birth in the US? Those being the most common months for births would mean that December and January would be the most common months for conception. It makes sense as a huge portion of the United States is covered in snow from late October to until about March. For college students that means spending 6 months stuck in our dorm rooms with nothing to do but smoke a lot of weed and fuck… and study. (Some parents read this site.) Lots of sex = lots of oppurtunities to fuck up. Fuck ups = unplanned pregnancy and/or contraction of STIs. This is why, right now, y'all need to re-up on your safer sex knowledge.

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Today In (Future) Sex History: Vatican Oks Condom Usage*

December 21st, 2010

So you remember how I toats made that other announcement about condoms. Well it was supposed to be just a chill deal but all these heathens took it out of context. Let me clarify. The Vatican says it's ok to use condoms but only in order to prevent disease. If you are of the Catholic faith and use condoms to prevent pregnancy then you will still burn in hell for all eternity. If you are not of the Catholic faith you will still burn in hell for all eternity.

Have a merry Christmas :)

Emperor Palpatine

aka Pope Benny

PS.

Also none of that premarital sex or else eternal damnation and such. You know the drill.

Deuces!

PPS.

I've attached a photo of myself to help fill you with X-Mas fear cheer.


via NYT.com

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future sex! a Birth Control Shot For Men

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Well, well, well it seems the contracetive discoveries keep rolling forward. Last week I told you about the gel currently being developed for women, well this week we are one step closer to finally having a contraceptive option for men.

Scientists in China are currently testing a testosterone shot that lowers sprem levels to far below the level considered infertile. Of the 100 men in this study only 1 fathered a child. For those worried, 6 months after stopping treatment 100% of the men's sperm count went back to normal. This is awesome, especially considering that one third of of men would definitely try hormonal birth control as an alternative to condoms.

Other attempts at hormonal birth control for men have proven to be complete and utter failures, with side effects such as mood swings, violent out burts, depression, lowered sex drive, increased risk taking, and death. (I always find it funny that death could be a side effect for almost everything.) So I am not to optimitic. Hey who knows, this could be the one. I hope it is.

[Via BBC NEWS]

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future sex! a future birth control gel

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There is currently a birth control gel for women in development by Antreas Pharma in the US. Right now it is in the early stages of study before it is submitted to the FDA. This is all fine but what's really exciting is that at this current stage it is being proven to be 100% effective. Some other cool things about the Nestorone gel is that it can be applied to the skin anywhere except the head and neck, it leaves no residue, it's ok for women who are breastfeeding, and coolest of all it has none of the side effects of the normal pill.

So far we know that it works by preventing ovulation. That means that it won't effect menstruation.

Anything this awesome must have drawback, but right now life is looking breezy. More choice is awesome! I can't wait to see what comes from this.

[via BBC Health]

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