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The view imagines men secretly taking drugs with infertility pills

In a segment that would undoubtedly dismiss them if they were male, ABC’s Kackling Coven Scene Part of their Friday conjuring session is spent imagining men being drugged with “a male contraceptive pill” that has “impressive results in lab rats” and has side effects of infertility. Of course, they took the criminal route. Women should be advised that the pills should be crushed and if their partners do not take it voluntarily, they should be kept in the diet.

For co-host Sarah Haynes (who has three children), it was about giving the men an ultimatum: “Offer their pill vs snip.” “Why would men take it if they could take it from women,” announced rotating co-host Anna Navarro.

“Until we start removing it from their plates and we continue to take responsibility and we don’t teach our little ones and little boys that they have equal responsibilities,” Navarro declared. “Listen, as long as they can run away without doing anything, they will. They don’t even want to wear a condom for God’s sake. “

Then came the discussion of side effects, and co-host Sunny Hostin finally revealed that infertility was one of them, to the delight of Haynes and co-host Joy Behar:

HOSTIN: So, they’re more than traditional. Because it affects testosterone. It targets a protein, but it also causes temporary infertility in men.

HAINES: Intertitle is OK! Then this is what you want.

Behar: That’s what you want.

While some may fear that infertility was not temporary (or possibly other side effects), Houston announced that she was considering giving her son a pill but decided she wanted to be a grandmother:

I have to tell you when I first read this, I was like, ‘I’m signing up for Gabriel.’ I was, ‘It’s perfect. I am too young to be a grandma now. ‘

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But then I saw infertility, and I was like, ‘I want grandma. No, thank you. ‘ I mean, I immediately thought, ‘I don’t want that.’

Talk about selfish and terrible.

After Houston conducted an “anecdotal survey of men in the audience” (none of whom would take the pill) and Navarro ridiculed “how confusing men are about family jewelry,” Behr once again suggested that women should secretly use drugs. Don’t want to take, like a dog:

Required: You know, Anna. How about this idea: You tear up a pill and keep it in their food as you would with a dog.

HOUSTIN: Yes. Yes.

Navarro: Dogs. They sell those pill pockets.

And to make the word something like Bill Cosby or Harvey Weinstein cooking, Behr stopped this part that men “Don’t even know they’re taking it and you just have a good time and you don’t have to worry about anything.”

This annoying part has been made possible by the lucrative sponsorship from Messi and Ole. Their contact information is attached.

Below the transcript, click “Expand” to read:

Of ABC Scene
March 25, 2022
11:25:10 East

Joy Behar: So the question in the ‘yes, it could be’ category is: Can men really start taking responsibility for birth control? Huh?

Sunny Hostin: Women are all laughing.

Sarah Haynes: When they start taking birth control in general, then yes.

Behar: Well, scientists have announced that they have developed a male contraceptive pill that is showing impressive results in lab rats. Now, men probably won’t accept it, but it will probably reduce the rat population. So there’s a win, of course in New York City!

HAINES: I think if you offer them pill vs snip, one person will accept it. I think men – vasectomy is not attractive to men.

Behar: I wonder why?

Anna Navarro: Why would men take it if they could take women?

HOSTIN: That problem.

Navarro: Until we start removing it from their plates and we continue to take responsibility and we don’t teach our little ones and little boys that they have equal responsibilities. Listen, as long as they can run away without doing anything, they will. They don’t even want to wear condoms for God’s sake.

Behar: Although it is better than that. It’s just a pill.

Houston: Okay, there are side effects.

Behar: Oh, is there? There is always a side effect.

HOUSTIN: So, the traditional methods of birth control pills that have been tried for men – the side effects are weight gain, depression and mood swings.

HAINES: Welcome to PMS.

Houston: Welcome to it, don’t you?

Behar: and menopause.

HOSTIN: So, they’re more than traditional. Because it affects testosterone. It targets a protein, but it also causes temporary infertility in men.

HAINES: Intertitle is OK! Then this is what you want.

Behar: That’s what you want.

HOUSTIN: They don’t want it. They don’t want that.

Behar: Infertility is not without masculinity. Infertility does not mean you cannot have children. You know what impotence means.

HOUSTIN: They don’t want it. I think they’re going to be nervous-

Navarro: It’s not temporary.

HOUSTIN: It’s not temporary. I have to tell you when I first read this, I was, ‘I’m signing Gabriel [her son] Upstairs. ‘ I was, ‘It’s perfect. I am too young to be a grandma now. ‘

HAINES: But men don’t want to be part of the baby. They are craving for sex.

Behar (to Houston): No, not you.

HOUSTIN: I’m the right creator. But then I saw infertility, and I was like, ‘I want grandma. No, thank you. ‘ I mean, I immediately thought, ‘I don’t want that.’

[Crosstalk]

Navarro: You know how confused men are about family jewelry. The idea that it can affect fertility, heroism, what it looks like, its smell. They’re not going to do it.

HOUSTIN: They’re not going to do that.

Behar: They are creating the opposite reaction.

HAINES: Does an odor have side effects?

Behar: No, you are creating side effects.

HAINES: I don’t get that close.

Navarro: Honey, you have three children.

HAINES: They weren’t made here.

HOUSTIN: I want an anecdotal survey of men in the audience. How many of you would be interested in taking it? Yes! Yes! No one.

Navarro: Brian?

HAINES: Give them this option: We’ll give you a vasectomy or we’ll give you a pill.

Navarro: Brian. Brian. Brian, we’re watching.

Brian Teta (Producer): I do what I’m told, I don’t know.

HOUSTIN: See? No one. Take this.

HAINES: Although I disagree because the options for them are a condom that changes the experience, a vasectomy that makes them feel completely weak, or a pill that makes them feel bad.

Behar: You know, Anna. How about this idea: You tear up a pill and keep it in their food as you would with a dog.

HOUSTIN: Yes. Yes.

Navarro: Dogs. They sell those pill pockets.

Behar: They don’t even know they’re taking it and you’re having a good time and you don’t have to worry about anything. We’ll be right back.

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