Contraceptives- Just In Time For Xmas

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November 14, 2005

contraceptives

The search for alternative forms of male contraception is ongoing. Hormone patches are uncomfortable making one aggressive and prone to “bacne,” giant zits on a backside aren’t too sexy either. One might like something less permanent than a vasectomy, for some reason most men don’t want someone cutting into their balls either. Finally, as effective a boost buying condoms marked extra large may be to bolstering a man’s ego, they still cramp one’s style a bit. Those tiny packages are a bitch to open with slippery fingers like ripping apart a bag of chips after too many beers. Besides, for many couples the issue isn’t sexual safety, but contraception.

A new solution sounds like a fun alternative. According to an article from Ananova online news Science and Discovery section (11/09/05), I learned of a shocking (literally) new way to disrupt fertility used by Serbian fertility expert Dr Sava Bojovic. He uses two electrodes to send low electrical currents through a man’s testicles immobilizing his sperm for up to 10 days, rendering them incapable of fertilizing a woman’s egg.

Men line up around the block for this supercharged contraceptive treatment. He even plans to launch a battery-operated home version to sell in stores by Christmastime. I bet if one turns the current up high enough for long enough, a woman won’t even be needed to finish off (conversely try using it in the tub, one might be finished off permanently). In the meantime, before the official product launch, one might try screwing an empty light socket with the switch turned on. Even if this home remedy didn’t effectively immobilize one’s sperm, (assuming one could even walk after), one’s newly, straightened pubic hair might be so off-putting and prickly to women that sex wouldn’t even be an issue anymore. Now that’s makes for one effective method of contraception.

Posted by rabbit at November 14, 2005 1:09 AM

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