The international family planning community has indeed made great progress in making modern contraceptive widely accessible, especially for women. But until men are fully engaged and doing their part, the job is not yet done.
Tough decision? Nope!
Together, we’ll not only bring high-quality vasectomy services to men—we’ll also spark the kinds of conversations that lead to real, lasting change.
Why do we call it “Family Planning” when we can all see clearly that it is women who shoulder all the responsibility and who have been given all the tools.
Jonathan Stack knows there are thousands if not millions around the world who seek purpose and know that the choices they make won’t only impact the outcome of their own lives, but the lives of so many others as well.
#10 in Dr. Paul’s series on the 14 false beliefs about sex.
When men are well informed, they can become active participants in the health and well-being of their partners and children.
Is it REALLY better than a vasectomy?
How can we shame women for getting abortions when men aren’t participating in preventing unwanted pregnancies?
Yes, 19 people can cause terrible suffering, but a million men working together, aggregating their individual acts of kindness into a global movement for social good, is infinitely more powerful.
New options on the horizon may give men more family planning options.
Vasectomies allow fathers to have a more active role in family planning.
World Vasectomy Day allows men to celebrate their families and their role in family planning. And yes, this is changing the world.
The recent death of Carl Djerassi calls on us to consider the world he helped change.
A new study shows she isn’t the only one who needs to plan ahead, for the sake of future kids, men’s health matters too.
Jean Pierre-Kanedry delivers contraceptives to health clinics in Senegal.