Having a foreskin or not having one does not make anyone more or less of a man or a bad or better lover. Both of those things are a lot more complex than just what kind of penis you have, and have little to do with anyone’s genitalia.
Part II in a series on male birth control: With advancements in medical research, scientists can develop more targeted approaches to arrest sperm production, with fewer side effects than female birth control.
Sick of birth control’s side-effects? Had enough with the bloating, lack of sexual appetite and risk of blood clot? Now there’s birth control for men.
Due to traditional beliefs about male virility, many men worldwide shun vasectomy, reducing the efficacy of this reliable method of contraception.