The male pill - why are we still waiting?

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https://www.bbc.com/news/health-47691567

INTRO: A birth control pill for men has passed initial human safety tests, experts at a leading medical conference have heard. The once-daily pill contains hormones designed to stop sperm production. It would be a welcome addition to condoms or vasectomy - the only options currently available to men. But doctors at the Endocrine Society's annual meeting were told it could still take a decade to bring it to market.

The female pill was launched in the UK more than 50 years ago. So why is a male pill proving so difficult? Some say there has been less societal and commercial will to get a male pill off the ground - but opinion polls suggest many men would consider taking it if a pill did become available. Whether women would trust men to reliably take it is another issue.... (MORE)
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Because even with women having many choices of birth control and the morning after pill, they still deny their own responsibility and demand the right to kill human life. So demanding a male pill is just another way to foist ultimate responsibility on men...who cannot take measures the next morning, can't abdicate they responsibility for any child of theirs at will, and also have no say whether their child is killed or not.
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