About the INTERCOURSE

About the MALE SEX ORGANS

About the FEMALE  SEX ORGANS

About the  IMPOTENCE

About the  FRIGIDITY

All about MASTURBATION

All about BIRTH CONTROL

All about ABORTION

All about VENEREAL DISEASE

GUIDE TO SEX PROBLEMS

 

CHAPTER SEVEN

ALL ABOUT BIRTH CONTROL
(It’s uses and  abuses)

 

What is birth control?                            

This is a method that has been employed  to separate the  act of copulation from the act of reproduction.  Since the earliest  stages of civilization  men have sought ways to deliver  sperm into the vagina  and no farther.  Regrettably these little creatures have a compulsion to swim  upstream and unite with an expectant egg; they stubbornly resist any effort to impede their  progress.

The specter of unwanted  pregnancy has always cast its shadow  over sexual enjoyment.  The possibility that sexual intercourse might start a family has ruined the fun  of a lot of people who aren’t married.
           
Does the withdrawal methods work?
           
The withdrawal methods goes against human nature and the laws  of physics.  At the  moment of greatest sexual excitement, it  requires a cool head and good aim.  As far as physics is concerned, it  compels  the man to go backward when he wants to plunge forward, to stop when he wants to really get  started, and to subtract when he wants to add.  It also  makes the woman feel left out.

Another point  against  withdrawal is the  risk  of pregnancy –very great.  Even before  ejaculation  there are  always a few drops of secretion  in the  penis; each drop  is more than enough to make an egg into a baby.
           

The rhythm method and its effect

It depends on the physiological fact that fertilization is more likely to occur as a result of intercourse a day or two before (or after) ovulation.  The couple assumes that ovulation takes place about the midpoint of the menstrual cycle; they avoid intercourse during this time.

The  big problem  is that ovulation generally  occurs fourteen days  before  the first day of the next menstrual period. If the woman can predict for sure when her next period will start, she wins.  However if she  can consistently predict  future  events  like that,  she should be able to have  fewer pregnancies.

 

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