Here we have "The Ring". It is a ring that is inserted into the vagina that releases hormones for up to three weeks, then removed for up to a week.
I am unfamiliar with other females' opinions on this method.
A ring inside there?...What did others think about this?
My son, instead of making your beloved change her hormonal balance, you always have the male condom available. It is a ring with plastic covering, which goes over an erect penis. It catches the sperm and other fluids upon ejaculation.
Plastic over it, huh? Doesn't it feel...different?
Despite the horrible 3-D model shown here, the sponge is also very effective in keeping sperm out. It is inserted near the female's cervix, and blocks sperm from entering the cervix. One other addition is that it can be reused.
It is used with spermicide, which I will discuss later.
IUD's shown here are inserted into a female's vagina, and their presence interferes with sperm chemically or metallically. There are two types of IUDs-Copper IUD's which use copper, and Hormonal IUD's, which use hormones.
Spermicide is a cream like-substance that kills sperm upon contact. Usually it is used with the sponge to increase chances of preventing pregnancies. Spread it over the sponge to employ it correctly.
Please refrain from using spermicide as lip balm.
You know, it kind of looks like chapsti-
Well, thanks for telling us dad! I think we're informed enough.