Male contraception is coming.I expect this will change male behavior as drastically as the female pill changed female behavior. We can probably expect straight male behavior to more closely approximate gay male behavior once use of this contraceptive becomes commonplace. On the other hand, by rebalancing the power equation between the sexes, it might have the counterintuitive impact of increasing marriage rates.
Vasalgel is a non-hormonal male contraceptive owned by the medical research organisation the Parsemus Foundation. It’s poised as the first FDA (Food and Drug Administration panel) approved male contraceptive since the condom.
What's more, it's estimated to hit the US market around 2018-2020 - and could change the way we view contraception for ever.
It's easy, too. One injection would last for years. Research tells us that at least half of men would use it.
I also won't be surprised to see it forced on men in third-world populations.