Sexual discrimination in contraceptive methods

Active gender prejudice in birth control
Most contraceptive methods are designed by men for women, partly as a result of the traditional male-female relationship and partly due to the natural consequences of no birth control. There is so far no method which is 100% satisfactory either in controlling pregnancy or in its lack of side-effects. While the consideration of loss of libido is a strong force in withholding the marketing of male contraceptives, this has never been considered as a valid reason against the use of female contraceptives. Women are also expected to tolerate the unpleasant physical side-effects of the pill or the IUD. Discrimination in research promotion and usage of different methods also exists between rich and poor women, and between women of different races.
Aggravated by 
(F) Fuzzy exceptional problems