A simple outpatient procedure can affect your life in profound ways.
World Vasectomy Day allows men to celebrate their families and their role in family planning. And yes, this is changing the world.
Are we pushing the limits of human nature or trying to figure out where they might be?
A peek behind the urological privacy curtain
Tor Constantino marks the anniversary of his vasectomy with a pithy poem in the tradition of Dr. Seuss—to be clear, Dr. Seuss did NOT perform the vasectomy.
With a quick snip and a bag of frozen peas, we have eliminated the possibility of having more children.
Now instead of consulting with your doctor, loved ones and insurance company, your boss will dictate what contraceptive methods, if any, are affordable for you
Power can be viewed as a destructive force; a roaring dragon, breathing fire, belching smoke and wreaking havoc, decimating everything in its path, turning it into smoldering ash. When in surrender mode, it can become an alchemical tool for transmutation.
As Phillip Chesnut was entering the doctor’s office for his vasectomy, the patient on the way out whispered “Good Luck”. Phillip soon found out why.
Matthew Hoffman thinks the same guys who think vasectomies make them less manly are the ones who hang Truck Nutz from their bumpers.
Saving the planet . . . one vasectomy at a time!
A national call out to the men of Australia: sign up for World Vasectomy Day! Australian men are being asked to put their balls on the line to save the planet as part of a global campaign to encourage vasectomy.
Jonathan Stack would like you to think about this, “If humanity is the cause of the planet’s woes, what are we supposed to do?”
Jonathan Stack would like your help, and continued support, to bring the World Vasectomy Day Crowdfunding campaign to a successful close.
Jonathan Stack recognizes that life is not easy, “but nevertheless, the blessings that come from so much life far outweigh the burdens.”
Three years after starting the journey to film The Vasectomist the documentary is complete, but as Jonathan Stack explains, “The film is just the beginning…”