Every 15 year old boy in America should go get this.
Unlimited, unprotected sex (with your loved one)? A New Sexual Revolution is Coming.
All the Sex you could ever want with none of the Unexpected Babies?
This Changes Everything:
“…With one little injection, this non-toxic jelly will sit there for 10+ years without you having to do anything else to not have babies. Set it and forget it. Oh, and when you do decide you want those babies, it only takes one other injection of water and baking soda to flush out the gel, and within two to three months, you’ve got all your healthy sperm again.
The trouble is, most people don’t even know this exists. And if men only need one super-cheap shot every 10 years or more, that’s not something that gets big pharmaceutical companies all fired up, because they’ll make zero money on it (even if it might have the side benefit of, you know, destroying HIV).
If this sounds awesome for you or your loved one, get the word out. Share this article. Or link. Or this link. Or this one. Or this one. Sign this petition. Do something! A revolutionary contraceptive like this needs all the support it can get.
UPDATE: A lot of people are asking to be kept in the loop. So here’s the clinical trial/mailing list sign-up from the Parsemus Foundation to get further information about this procedure’s development. And again, please fill out the short non-spam petition to get the procedure funded and keep buzz going.”
Not sold, you crazy kid? Here are the other best, “greenest,” safest forms of birth control.
Can you afford it, gents?
“This calculator is useful… and scary.
‘Your baby’s first year will cost: $10,158.'”
Awesome Reddit comment challenging that $$$ figure:
“Mine came out to $4400. Yay for no child care. Also second hand clothes/toys ftw. That still seems high. I think I spent probably closer to $2500-$3000 for my first kid’s first year. We’re on our second, and we’re on pace for even half of that. Only costs at this point is formula, diapers, wipes, and toiletries. Routine doctor visits and vaccinations are covered 100% by insurance..
Figure you get back $1000 on taxes, cuts it a little more too, so not horrid so far.
Edit $105 a month on forumla is nuts. $40 for a giant can at Costco, and that lasts 3 weeks. Box of wipes is $20 there, and that’ll last 2 months. Bulk packs of diapers bring down that cost to about $40-$50 a month (plus pampers is generous with coupons, and has a rewards program that works out to about 2-4%). Between eBay and second hand stores we’ve got about the first 2 years of clothing for ~$150, so screw $60 a month.”
“I’d also make a note that kids ideally should be breastfeeding during their first year, so the estimated formula costs should be much less than that.”
On the other hand:
I have a 1 month old and these are the basic costs for my childs first year.
Total Birth costs(with insurance) – $3700 Daycare $800 @ 11 months – $8800
Total – $12,500