Friday, June 15, 2012
Supporters of Male Contraception Still Waiting
Salon.com: Stop our sperm, please, by Irin Carmon:
Meet the men who want better male birth control -- and want it badly
Lenny Smalls, whose Facebook page says he lives in Chicago and works as a transportation analyst, is very interested in long-acting, reversible male contraception. According to his posts on a fan page for one form being tested — known as RISUG or Vasalgel — Smalls is sufficiently frustrated by the pace of such drugs coming to the U.S. market to have begun personally testing an Indonesian herbal product called gandarusa. . . .