Damn, I would so kill for a supply of those. Ever since I was, like, 17 years old, when I started needing them.
The research has been ongoing forever, but people are pessimistic. A lot of guys are saying it will never be made. I never knew this funny hydraulics system was so damned complex.
The failure has given rise to male conspiracy theories that the Evil Matriarchy doesn’t want to allow one to be made (you know, like the evil docs who have been preventing the cure for cancer for decades now). Reason? It would take away the biatches’ last sure means of control over us.
Have you ever heard of “happy accidents”? New phrase, especially with 30-something women with clocks winding down. They weren’t really trying to get pregnant or anything, oh no! It was just one of those happy accidents! He he. Uh-huh.
Latinas are notorious for this shit. “I got pregnant to hook the guy.” Hispanic guys take it with a grain. Babies are belt notches to them anyway.
Me? I’d be contemplating homicide.
Have you ever asked either member of a couple if their young kid was planned? I have. Typical answer? A shy head shaking no. Good God. How could anyone be so stupid? You know what that means? It means, while they were not trying to get pregnant, they were having sex without birth control. Forget that, “I wasn’t trying to get pregnant, I was just having sex with no protection,” is, like, an oxymoron. It’s like playing Russian Roulette without “trying” to kill yourself.
In high school and later, some of my friends were having tons of sex. I used to ask them if they ever used birth control. All my working class friends always said no. Amazing no pregnancies ever resulted.
But really now. What are you, retarded? In the White, tract home, middle class neighborhood I was brought up in, babies were always planned. All my friends, if they had siblings, were exactly X years apart from them. The friend would have 1, 2 or 3 siblings, all exactly 2, 3 or 4 years apart. That was, as they say, no accident.
No babies? That was planned too.
The only exception would be true accidents, which are quite rare with modern methods. In which case, the typical remedy was a casual abortion.
Birth control? Just leave it up to the woman. Yeah right. Bad idea. Real bad idea. Women in general are too thoughtless, incompetent or outright devious to leave such matters up to them.