Inventor of The Pill foresees a brave new world
May 30, 2011
Carl Djerassi, the man sometimes identified as “the father of the birth-control pill,” spoke with the Daily Mail about how sexual behavior has changed, and about the changes he expects in the future.
Djerassi—who insists that the “sexual revolution” would have occurred even without the introduction of oral contraceptives—predicts that in the future sexual activity will be even more thoroughly distanced from reproduction, with sterilized couples relying on in vitro fertilization for children.
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