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Published by the Thoreme team on 10/31/2018 at 11:11 History of the method, clinical trials, protocol & tools Faced with an alarming finding, and 2 years of research & development, the idea of a simple device and revolutionary has materialized so that finally testicular lift can be practiced by as many people as possible! SUMMARY: From living Knowledge ... Read more
Bio Act
Posted by The Thoreme team on 11/13/2018 at 11:28 From the observation of nature, through the diversion of a biological function and the design of a simple biotechnology tool for sexual and reproductive health . Andro-switch is the result of multidisciplinary thinking rooted in living things. Take up the testicular lift to consider contraception ... Read more
Postpartum contraception: what if men could help?
Posted by Marie Leloup on 04/26/2020 at 11:15 The postpartum period is a very special time in a woman's life. Concentrated by the arrival of the baby, preoccupied with breastfeeding and the changes in her own body, a mother must manage many parameters and the return to contraception, too early, is often badly experienced. The question … Read more
Neo-Renaissance
Posted by Tamata on 06/18/2019 at 8:24 PM UNDER CONSTRUCTION Taboo & precariousness of the so-called masculine principle The lack of accessibility of heated briefs led me to design and make my own testicular lift tool. This movement of reappropriation of my body, by seeding raw material for a practical purpose, was based on doing and the eroticization of the experience ... 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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