Once considered a faraway dream, the prospect of male birth control has recently risen on everybody’s radar due to a number of breakthroughs: mice at Columbia University are in trials for a male version of the pill; researchers in North Carolina are experimenting with therapeutic ultrasound, and men in India are undergoing a radical new procedure in which an injection into the vas deferens prevents sperm production for roughly 10 years. Should male contraception become available someday, would you subscribe? Or will you ignore it and leave the responsibility, as it has been throughout history, to women? Check out what these new developments in male contraception are all about and take the male birth control (in whatever form it takes) pledge >>