Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Anzac Research Institute professor, Rob McLachlan, of Concord Hospital, will begin testing a new contraceptive injection for men

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Testing the new male contraceptive injection will begin from today. Earlier studies have found the injection works in 95 per cent of men who can become fully fertile again three months after they stop having the injections.


Lead researcher Professor Rob McLachlan said the treatment kept men's testosterone levels normal while the progestin fooled the brain into not producing hormones needed to stimulate sperm production. It works exactly like the female contraceptive pill by shutting down the reproductive function. The contraceptive tricks the brain into thinking it has already produced sperm, without affecting men's sexuality.


This type of research is a waste of time, money and is immoral. Contraception has created a horror scenario of plunging birth rates and a separation between sexuality and reproduction.


Last year the United Nations released its global population estimates, revealing an alarming population shift that will have serious worldwide consequences within the near future. The blame lies on the rapid spread of abortion, contraception and sterilization in the past century.


The report projects that by 2050, those aged 60 and over will comprise one third of the population in developed regions. These numbers will have a serious effect on the working population, which will be forced to bear an increasingly heavy burden of retirees. Global aging, combined with plummeting birth rates, is a catastrophically dangerous menace that only a few people seem to be waking up to.


Contraception has developed an anti life mentality within society. People are no longer generous enough to have an average or even large family. Natural Family Planning solves this problem. It allows for the spacing and numbering of children within a family without generating an underlying “fear” of having children or having too many children.

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2 comments:

RD said...

It's just one thing after another isn't it!
I knew they'd bring this out for men, I'm actually surprised at how long it has taken them.
Exactly like the post says, "Contraception has developed an anti life mentality within society."
How sad.

Secular Heretic said...

In twenty or thirty years time we will find out the consequences for these men using this type of contraception. Probably will be some type of cancer or end up having mutant children.