Researchers need to do better on this birth control thing. Right now there are four kinds:
- Options used in the heat of the moment.
- Options used constantly, medicating the woman even when there isn't a need for it.
- Options in which something that looks like a sharp metal insect takes up residence in the woman's uterus.
- Options in which someone gets a crucial reproductive organ snipped.
Obviously it would be nice if, for the hot new birth control option, men could take a turn dealing with the expense and side effects, but I understand researchers are FAR too busy working to increase men's sex drive and hair growth.