Who's Responsible For Birth Control? Fertility experts in Beijing have developed a testosterone-based injection that has an effectiveness equivalent to the pill. Men, would you use an injection like this as a contraceptive, if it were deemed safe and effective? Women, would you leave birth control to men?
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Who's Responsible For Birth Control?

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Who's Responsible For Birth Control?

Who's Responsible For Birth Control?

Who's Responsible For Birth Control?

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Fertility experts in Beijing have developed a testosterone-based injection that has an effectiveness equivalent to the pill.

Tell us:

Men, would you use an injection like this as a contraceptive, if it were deemed safe and effective?

Women, would you leave birth control to men?

Guests:

Brian Alexander, "Sexploration" columnist for MSNBC.com, and author of America Unzipped

Kay Hymowitz, senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, contributing editor of City Journal, and author of Marriage and Caste in America