Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Women only, not advisable for men haha!

*This was originally written on August 1, 2007 in my Myspace blog*


Why is it that womens business is all in the streets all the time? Or at least it seems that way..everything from feminine dryness, to showing how well a pad will hold that blue liquid stuff..whatever the hell that is. (We all know it is not blue.. but ok.)LOL I just have an issue with the fact that it seems that womens business is all up for discussion (ie commercials) all the time, but I don't really see mens stuff all over the place. Granted, you have your occasional commercial about lack of rising to the occassion, and I do mean OCCASSIONAL. Somebody correct me if I'm wrong...PLEASE correct me, because I would love to be wrong about this.
Since we're putting womens issues up for discussion though...here is another, I've never heard of any birth control for men..and I am talking about the pills..until recently. Birth control pills for women has been around for nearly 40 years! Why so long to design pills for men?
Well let's see , is it because of this?:
Since we're putting womens issues up for discussion though...here is another, I've never heard of any birth control for men..and I am talking about the pills..until recently.  Birth control pills for women has been around for nearly 40 years!  Why so long to design pills for men?
Well let's see , is it  because of this?:
    Common Side Effects for Combination Contraceptives
    • Weight gain
    • Increase or decrease in acne
    • Nausea and vomiting (particularly for the first few cycles)
    • Dizziness
    • Headaches
    • Depression
    • Vaginal infections
    • High blood pressure
    • Loss of libido
    Less Common Serious Health Complications
    • Blood clots in legs, lungs, heart or brain
    • Stroke
    • Liver tumors (rare)
    • Heart attacks
    • Gallstones (rare)
    • Jaundice (rare)
    • Possibly cervical cancer
    Common Side Effects for Progestin Only Contraceptives
    • Spotting and irregular vaginal bleeding
    • Longer periods
    • Amenorrhea for extend periods
    • Headaches
    • Anxiety and nervousness
    • Pain in lower abdominals
    • Dizziness
    • Loss of libido
    • Depression
    • Increase or decrease in acne
    • Skin rash or darkened patches of skin
    • Appetite changes
    • Weight gain
    • Tender breasts
    • Increase or decrease in facial and body hair
    • Possibly hair loss
    • Vaginal discharge
    • Bone density loss
    • Enlarged ovarian follicles
    • Pain or itching (usually for a brief period of time)
    • Norplant users: infection at the site of implantation
    Less Common Serious Health Complications
    • Ectopic pregnancy
    • Certain cancers
It could be because of this..hmmmm don't know, what do you think?  This is just the side effects for birth control pills..let alone:
the Diaphragm
depo provera
IUDs
I'm just venting about these things.  All men have to do is put on a little rubber "sock" and they still complain about that!  It is just frustrating to know what we as women have to go through as women.  Everything from being looked at as objects for being a hot tomale, to being looked at as worthless for not being beautiful, being called a ho for celebrating our hottness, being told to not be too out spoken about what we think and at the same time being looked at for weak if we don't speak our mind, etc...  and men have one little thing to do when it comes to sex and they complain.  Flabbergasting!  I will prob be banished for all eternity for saying things like this but I don't care.  It's my blog and I'll rant and rave if I want to. LOL.
If any one cares, message me about this, I'd love to know what you think, what you think I should've added to this, or what you think is irrelevant info.  Just message me! :) I'm really curious.

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