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  • TheNarrator
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    Originally posted by pbisque View Post
    There isn't much money at all behind it. They have been struggling for a long time just to get to the point of clinical trials.

    I would argue there is way more money behind it not happening. Think of all the industries built up around punishing men for loosing custody of their sperm. The last thing the system wants if for men to be able to keep their DNA private.
    that could b pbisque, im uneducated on the matter, i just have a hard time trusting anything of the sort.

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  • pbisque
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    There isn't much money at all behind it. They have been struggling for a long time just to get to the point of clinical trials.

    I would argue there is way more money behind it not happening. Think of all the industries built up around punishing men for loosing custody of their sperm. The last thing the system wants if for men to be able to keep their DNA private.

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  • TheNarrator
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    Originally posted by mik1 View Post
    What? This is a discussion about Vasalgel yeah? The non hormonal birth control for men that has nothing to do with hormonal BC (I.E the pill).
    I wouldn't take the pill either but Vasalgel sounds good to me. Just hope it's here by the time I can convince a doctor to do a vasectomy, I'd prefer temporary birth control but I'll take whatever is on offer when I need it.
    my point is more that its a new thing. we dont understand it yet quite well. and whatever you know of it, one thing should be kept in mind. and that is that there is money behind it. big money.

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  • mik1
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    Originally posted by TheNarrator View Post
    you guys are all excited for this

    you should look into the female birth control pill and what it does to women. and the side effects and etc.

    i'll never take the male pill. ever.
    What? This is a discussion about Vasalgel yeah? The non hormonal birth control for men that has nothing to do with hormonal BC (I.E the pill).
    I wouldn't take the pill either but Vasalgel sounds good to me. Just hope it's here by the time I can convince a doctor to do a vasectomy, I'd prefer temporary birth control but I'll take whatever is on offer when I need it.
    Last edited by mik1; 02-19-2017, 04:42 PM.

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  • TheNarrator
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    you guys are all excited for this

    you should look into the female birth control pill and what it does to women. and the side effects and etc.

    i'll never take the male pill. ever.

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  • TheNarrator
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    Originally posted by mik1 View Post
    Condoms stop plenty, they just do little for men who aren't on the receiving end. Condoms do very little to protect against herpes and similar skin to skin but if you're taking it in the ass or vagina you will benefit from a condom to avoid hiv and a few others. Straight men just aren't nearly at as high a risk for hiv, so condoms naturally don't make as much of a difference.

    I do wish health institutions would stop pretending that condoms protect against herpes. It'd be nice if we stopped blowing herpes out of proportion as though it were much worse than the common cold. We put about as much effort into curing herpes as we do the common cold and yet we avoid people with infections like they are offering up the Bubonic plague on a silver platter. 80% of adults carry type 1 herpes, many of them show no obvious symptoms, get over it people, it's not that bad.

    Frankly I'm far more concerned about hpv and the likelihood of future throat cancer. Like most men I enjoy eating cunt, and I sure as hell won't be spoiling the meal with plastic wrap Would have been nice if the vaccine they provided in highschool was available to the boys, not just the girls. Like everything else though, entitled twats first.
    yeah that was my point and those diseases are FAR MORE COMMON

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  • mik1
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    Originally posted by TheNarrator View Post
    this way of thinking mifine is honestly wrong

    condoms dont stop any diseases... hardly any. like studies have shown condoms do fuck all for that.. the fluids always go above the condom and touch..
    Condoms stop plenty, they just do little for men who aren't on the receiving end. Condoms do very little to protect against herpes and similar skin to skin but if you're taking it in the ass or vagina you will benefit from a condom to avoid hiv and a few others. Straight men just aren't nearly at as high a risk for hiv, so condoms naturally don't make as much of a difference.

    I do wish health institutions would stop pretending that condoms protect against herpes. It'd be nice if we stopped blowing herpes out of proportion as though it were much worse than the common cold. We put about as much effort into curing herpes as we do the common cold and yet we avoid people with infections like they are offering up the Bubonic plague on a silver platter. 80% of adults carry type 1 herpes, many of them show no obvious symptoms, get over it people, it's not that bad.

    Frankly I'm far more concerned about hpv and the likelihood of future throat cancer. Like most men I enjoy eating cunt, and I sure as hell won't be spoiling the meal with plastic wrap Would have been nice if the vaccine they provided in highschool was available to the boys, not just the girls. Like everything else though, entitled twats first.
    Last edited by mik1; 02-19-2017, 01:17 PM.

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  • TheNarrator
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    Originally posted by pbisque View Post
    Vaselgel should never even be disclosed. It will be an awesome way to tell if you girl is the kind to pull an "oopsie, I got pregnant"
    you mean if shes lying to keep you? lol well it wont be 100% so theres always doubt

    but it will be a good indicator to getting a DNA test

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  • pbisque
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    Vaselgel should never even be disclosed. It will be an awesome way to tell if you girl is the kind to pull an "oopsie, I got pregnant"

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  • Karlo
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    Good news for MEN, I'd still wear a rain coat to keep out any unwanted critters and to keep your pecker from forming that glazed doughnut look the following morning.
    Last edited by Karlo; 02-12-2017, 04:55 PM.

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  • TheNarrator
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    Originally posted by MatrixTransform View Post
    roll it in flour and go for the wet spot
    or not..use the rolls then you cant get her preggers.. and your dick will stink less.. i imagine she's one of the rancid ones

    Originally posted by mr_e View Post
    I'm concerned that there will be more than one.
    hahahahahaa

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  • mr_e
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    Originally posted by MatrixTransform View Post
    roll it in flour and go for the wet spot

    I'm concerned that there will be more than one.

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  • MatrixTransform
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    Originally posted by mr_e View Post
    Not to mention that, quite frankly, I wouldn't know exactly where to stick it.
    roll it in flour and go for the wet spot

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  • pbisque
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    Seriously though, this product will be a game changer.

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  • mr_e
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    Originally posted by MatrixTransform View Post
    awesome..

    in any case, Veselgel not needed due to instant soft-on

    Not to mention that, quite frankly, I wouldn't know exactly where to stick it.

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