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Ilana Glazer re-defines romance to include vasectomy

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Ilana Glazer re-defines romance to include vasectomy by Tree Elven on 15/02/2023
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Or perhaps vasectomy has always been an act of love, as it is presented in terms of involving men in family planning and fertility decisions. In this campaign, creator / comedian Ilana Glazer, who is passionate about abortion rights and reproductive health equity, delivers a message highlighting that: "The conversation around reproductive care and family planning has always been one-sided, with those who can get pregnant being held responsible for birth control, when 100% of unwanted pregnancies are caused by testicles". The initiative is part of the World Vasectomy Day (WVD) ongoing drive to help raise awareness about the importance of considering a vasectomy. Though WVD takes place in November, the organisation aims to "create a global movement to increase male engagement in family planning, increase investment in sexual & reproductive healthcare for men and expand access to vasectomy training and services". What do you think of the campaign, which was launched on the first Valentine’s Day (2023) since the overturn of Roe v. Wade in the United States? (Roe v. Wade, 410 U.S. 113, was a landmark decision of the U.S. Supreme Court in which the Court ruled that the Constitution of the United States conferred the right to choose to have an abortion.) Glazer herself said: “I know several people who’ve gotten vasectomies, but I don’t hear it being talked about very much! So I was glad to help WVD spread the message of considering a post-Roe vasectomy as a way to play a role in birth control."

Keywords: World Vasectomy Day, Ilana Glazer, vasectomy, contraception, post-Roe, birth control family planning, sex and relationships, reproductive health, Tombras agency

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