Socio-cultural approach
Slow contraception: experience contraception differently
Posted by Marie Leloup on 12/25/2019 at 11:52 AM The new millennium had already started a long time ago, generations had followed one another and men were still not contracepted. What was happening on this blue planet? What was the overall strategy of this strange species we call humans? Did she want to reproduce endlessly and conquer the universe ... Read more
Personal is political
Publié par L’équipe Thoreme le 30/01/2019 à 13:24 Sois un gentil garçon… et pourquoi pas plutôt : « Nos corps, nos vies, nos droits pour choisir » ? A quand une prise de conscience individuelle puis collective, comme dans les années 60, pour que les hommes puissent se réapproprier leur corps ? Dans les années 60, aux Etats-Unis, au Royaume-Uni, puis … Read more
Sound of silence
Posted by the Thoreme team on 11/17/2018 at 13:41 When will the advent of the pooling of natural contraceptive practices? Is it possible for men to have more control over the consequences of their fertility in sexual relations? What means do they have to tear themselves away from this destiny of silence which is that of man with his sexuality, his fatherhood and ... Read more
The future of testicular contraception: together overcoming taboos and secrets of the male body
Posted by Marie Leloup on 03/29/2020 at 3:05 PM The socio-cultural context, an obstacle or a springboard for male contraception? The taboo defines social practices, conduct or actions prohibited, censored or invisible by a human society, because of cultural, social or religious questions. The taboo affects major prohibitions, everything ... Read more

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