Regards sur la pilule contraceptive masculine: Enjeux culturels et psychosociaux expliquant le report d'un produit commercialisable

Translated title of the contribution: Attitudes towards the male contraceptive pill: Psychosocial and cultural explanations for delaying a marketable product

A. van Wersch, J. Eberhardt, F. Stringer

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Abstract

Even though years of research on the male contraceptive pill have been conducted, a marketable product is still absent from the arsenal of male and female products of contraception. In this paper, the following psychosocial and cultural factors have been elicited from the literature in order to reveal explanations for this delay: acceptability, trust, fear of side-effects, perceptions of contraceptive responsibility and fear of losing connotations of masculinity. Regardless of cultural variation, overall there seems to be a positive attitude towards the acceptability of male contraceptive for both males and females, especially males in stable relationships. Some indication shows that the media have played an important role in distorting the results of research regarding male and female trust. Ongoing and future researches into several projects on psychosocial and cultural factors are described.

Translated title of the contributionAttitudes towards the male contraceptive pill: Psychosocial and cultural explanations for delaying a marketable product
Original languageFrench
Pages (from-to)171-179
Number of pages9
JournalAndrologie
Volume22
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Sep 2012

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