Survey finds that few British men would take male birth control pill

The Telegraph announced that only one in 10 British men would take a male birth control pill when it is available. This finding is opposite of previous surveys finding overwhelming support for new male contraceptive methods, including Vasalgel. Several news articles followed in which journalists indicated that men may not agree to receiving a Vasalgel injection. Our 22,000+ followers on Facebook disagree – and voiced their concern about the validity of the surveys and opinions expressed in the articles. Clearly men demand more contraception options, and those that offer a one-time, long-acting method (like Vasalgel) will likely be more acceptable and effective. Join the discussion on the Vasalgel Facebook page.

Linda Brent, PhD

Executive Director, Parsemus Foundation

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