Most men don't know anything about female contraception
Men want to share in decision-making about contraception but know little beyond condoms and vasectomy, an Australian study shows.
When surveyed about their favoured contraceptive methods, men had positive attitudes and high levels of knowledge for male-controlled methods but many were vague or had misperceptions about female-controlled methods, such as implants and vaginal rings.
And concerningly, responses from more than 2400 men to an online survey by Family Planning NSW found that one in three believed emergency contraception to be harmful to the health of the user.
In the survey, men most