Tuesday, December 04, 2018

Women Complaining Male Birth Control "Easier Than Theirs"

For the Patron Saint's Name of Frick...

A gel is developed that can be rubbed into a man's back that will potentially eliminate sperm.  And the response from women is to ask "why is it so hard for us to take pills every day and live the 'hell' we do?"

Honest to god boys, just get a vasectomy and never deal with this shit.

10 comments:

she said: said...

I think that when this stuff gives guys mantitties and backne this will resolve itself. That will stop the complaining. And really the need for this gell too. I wouldn't want to be the girl who trusts a guy to rub this on their back twice a day.

Affectionately,

Snarkolepsy

Moritz Krämer said...

Allow me to present to the audience the cheapest, most convienient birth control: DO NOT SPREAD YOUR LEGS! ITS NOT ROCKET SCIENCE!

David Reynolds said...

The reason why the women are complaining about the emergence of male birth control pills or in this case gels that can be rubbed in the skin is that it will be a game changer because men will be on equal birth control footing with women.

Bike Bubba said...

Silly me, I'd labored under the impression that sex was an affirmation of a relationship, and that both partners contribute to making that wonderful relationship work.

Plus, I'm not really flexible enough to rub a gel on my back. So right back at ya, feminists!

Anonymous said...

10 minutes everyday rubbing a slimy gel on your body that will leave stains on a $50 shirt. Having to shower before letting a woman touch you lest she be exposed is easier that taking a pill , in what world do they live?

CBMTTek said...

I'm sorry, maybe I missed something...

Smearing a gel on your back every day is... easier than taking a pill once a day?

What the???

Red Pill Wisdom said...

You can bet that this complaining about how "Your method of contraception is easier than mine -- IT'S NOT FAIR!" isn't really about the contraceptive method one iota -- it's about how men now have a potential contraceptive method AT ALL.
Think about it: what they're REALLY concerned about is that the end of their contraception monopoly is in sight.
No more "Oops" Pregnancy Gravy Train, and no more 'guaranteed 18-year annuity'.

Anonymous said...

Shit like this is why I will have no empathy for women once their rights are inevitably taken away again after they destroy civilization.

Per Desteen said...

An easier question to ask:

"Why don't we just track our own ovulation cycle?"

or:

"Why do we make ourselves fat and hormonally insane by taking hormonal birth control?"



The answer is rhetorical: no self control and fewer consequences of slutting around.


On the article, I'd do Vasagel or a vasectomy over any chemical designed to disrupt the normal functioning of my body.

Mike said...

Birth Control Personality is a thing. And most women, if you spend a couple of hours with most women, you'll find they're suffering from an acute case of BCP. Too bad the feminists can't legislate THAT away.