Tag Archive for 'Birth Control'

Birth Control Throughout the Ages

by Jason Stotts Birth control throughout the ages has been a little…shall we say, dicey?  Sometimes the methods worked and sometimes they didn’t.  And sometimes they are just disgusting.  The Awl has a great piece up right now called Hideous Birth Control Methods  Through the Ages that is both fascinating and disturbing. Worst: • Inserting tar […]

Stolen Paternity

by Jason Stotts This is one of those stories that makes you feel like you’re reading fiction: not just any fiction, but fiction by an author who is very clever and original.  At least, I wish it were fiction.  For the most part it’s a rather common story: boy meets girl, boy and girl have […]

Assorted News

by Jason Stotts I’ve been behind on a number of things recently, but I’m finally getting caught up.  These are some of the news stories that I’ve been meaning to blog about as they came up, but didn’t get a chance to yet. 1. Female Ejaculation: The Long Road to Non-Discovery A very nice in-depth […]

Male Contraception on the Way?

by Jason Stotts The Hindustan Times and the Scotsman (okay, I’m really not sure of these sources here, but they were the best I could find) are reporting that the WHO has been conducting trials on a new male contraceptive jab (shot) that seems to be passing trials with flying colors: The World Health Organisation […]