Vital: MEN HEED SAFE SEX MESSAGE
A NEW survey has claimed that more and more men are taking responsibility when it comes to safe sex.
According to new research, 94 per cent of all men believe it is up to both parties to make sure proper contraception and safe sex methods are in place, while more than a third would be willing to take a male pill if one is ever released.
The survey of men aged 18-45 coincides with contraception awareness week and the fpa, formerly the Family Planning Association, say the results show modern men are putting more thought into safer sex.
The survey found 22 per cent of men think they should wear a condom every time they have sex to avoid pregnancy.
Anne Weyman, fpa chief executive, said: "We can now say with confidence that men in the noughties have very positive and modern attitudes towards contraception.
"By thinking about using a condom first, these men are taking power and control of their own body to prevent pregnancy, independently of what women are doing. But these men are in the minority. …