Male birth control pill is reportedly available on the shelves in South Africa.

According to GlobalPost.com an Indonasian college secured the patent to produce the male contraceptive pill from a local plant and is now available in South Africa and Zimbabwe.

A lot of men have reportedly been scammed into having kids with women they do not want to have kids with.

There have been complaints that some small houses pierce condoms so that they can have either their ‘boyfriend's child. This happens mostly when the boyfriend is well-off, or when the small house wants to squander 'maintenance' money from the boyfriend.

Now all those problems will vanish with the male contraceptive pills.

We hope the male contraceptive pill does not lead to men thinking they can have sex without a condom and must remember that the pill does not protect them from sexually transmitted diseases.





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masese
0 # masese 2014-12-29 04:48
zvakaoma
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Chimunhu
+1 # Chimunhu 2014-12-29 06:00
Ya iribho anowanika sei
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Solo
0 # Solo 2014-12-29 07:44
Pastors are now going to get away with murder, they will do it and cover up. Rapists are going to experience heaven on earth. It is a sad invention. The male animals will cause havoc.
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anaristi
+2 # anaristi 2014-12-29 08:17
ko panoti maside effects apa
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mynameis
0 # mynameis 2014-12-29 08:27
finally
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Plato
0 # Plato 2014-12-29 08:38
hehe nyolaz baba!!!!!!
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Dexter
+2 # Dexter 2014-12-29 09:58
Birth control pills make women fat....and these??
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Bruno
0 # Bruno 2014-12-29 10:41
Uuuuuum ma1
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Jonso
+3 # Jonso 2014-12-29 13:27
Then Expand Your Grave Yards. Its simple.
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