I support World Vasectomy Day because eliminating the fear of unintended pregnancy can improve our sex life.
I support World Vasectomy Day for the sake of our children’s future!
I support World Vasectomy Day because there is no greater optimism than believing that evolution is not just about survival of the fittest, but of sacrifice and service out of love and compassion.
I support World Vasectomy Day because for men whose families are complete it is the most dependable option available.
Our heritage is one of champions and pioneers. We cannot give into fear or ignorance or old thinking that no longer serves our present or our future. No, we are pacesetters, influencers, and bold believers in a new ethos that embraces the birth of a new movement.
Our objective is straightforward; harness the best in men by aggregating individual acts of kindness into a collective movement for social good.
Vive la France for a thousand reasons, but just let men just decide on their own with their own physicians when to get their vasectomy.
When I hear stories or read articles of men avoiding responsibility, I’m compelled to tell women, thank you and I’m sorry for that.
“I did my vasectomy as an Act of Love for my wife and it was the best decision of my life”
With more options available to them, people will make better decisions. For any idea to work, you must demonstrate its benefits.
You know what they say, “a road trip is not a road trip until you make a wrong turn.”
The team arrived in Nakuru, Kenya, to a warm welcome, and a chance to help educate men on the role they can play in family planning.
This is not just any trip. It is a journey back to the roots of what is now the largest male-focused family planning event in history.
Tough decision? Nope!
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.
Columnist Ned Hickson remembers the snip that was.