Real Stories: Birth control from the boyfriend perspective
Watch 5 guys talk about their girlfriend’s birth control method.
If you’ve ever wondered what dudes think about birth control, look no further.
For the videos below, we asked guys in relationships to walk us through what they like and don’t like about their girlfriend’s method of birth control. And what did we learn? These guys all have at least one thing in common: They’re happy to feel like they and their partners are covered against unplanned pregnancy.
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Andrew might not know what IUD stands for, but he knows what he likes about it: He and his girlfriend get to enjoy the highest level of effectiveness, no hormones (she uses the copper kind of IUD), and they can have spontaneous sex whenever the mood hits.
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