read articles and answer questions 9

Question:

The development of The Pill in the late 1960’s represents, in addition to IVF, one of the two most prominent breakthroughs in reproductive medicine. Not surprisingly, both technologies have been met with criticism, with demand driving them into the mainstream. The articles provided discuss some of the history of the birth control pill, the impact of the pill on the feminist movement, and whether a male version of the pill is on the horizon. Please discuss the history of the pill along with current alternatives, as well as how potential benefits balance with the notable side effects. If approved, will the male equivalent be as prominent? Why or why not?

Articles:

http://kjonnsforskning.no/en/2018/02/contraceptive-pill-story-sexual-liberation-and-dubious-research-methods

https://www.nytimes.com/2019/12/11/magazine/birth-control-pill-period.html

https://www.technologynetworks.com/drug-discovery/articles/male-birth-control-development-of-a-hormonal-contraceptive-pill-320339