Contraception/ Birth Control (Men's Perception (2 option for…
Contraception/ Birth Control
mild health concerns: spotting, headaches, dizziness, nausea, weight gain, and mood swings.
serious health concerns: depression, migraines, high blood pressure, stroke, blood clots, heart attacks, and even cancer.
For the most part, women either think “oh this wont ever happen to me” or they are simply unaware of what the risks are.
creating a non-menstruating, non-natural, non-symptom female
new definition given to women.
non-menstruating = fully able to function in economy
Birth Control Ads
“fix” natural menstruating body by using BC
Appealing to Women: no symptoms, little to no menstruation even
Take away the natural, biological aspect associated with females
Men never shamed for not providing birth control
2 option for contraception: vasectomy or condoms
% of sexually active males who seek these methods in the U.S. is very small.
not expected for men to have an inkling of concern or awareness of what women have to endure simply so they can have “safe” sex.
"If the woman was not on the pill, then men pressured their partners to start using contraceptive."
Even though a male birth control pill has already been produced in labs, the side effects that the male subjects argued they felt (which includes dizziness, headaches, migraines, depression), was enough to ban this male birth control pill altogether.
Double Standards placed on women
Responsible for Sexual and Reproductive Health
Nurture, female health, and childcare(or prevention) is automatically associated with female responsibilities