Solving The Supply Problem
By Guy Shepherd
PlannedMan

Men have a supply problem. There is too much of it. Too much sperm in the sexual marketplace. Too much supply results in a big risk spread. Minimize the supply in the market, and you minimize the risk for everyone.

Solving The Supply Problem
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Highlights


Men are looking at a 15-year window where one, unintended swimmer can change the trajectory of our lives—and the lives of two other people

So many personal and societal benefits would result if we address the root cause of this supply problem

Not all vasectomies are created equal. Our method is pro-male. Maximum gain, minimal pain

What stands in the way of our happiness is our ignorance and fear

Men have a supply problem. There is too much of it. Too much sperm in the sexual marketplace. Too much supply results in a big risk spread. Minimize the supply in the market, and you minimize the risk for everyone.

The trend lines are not in men’s favor. All of us—both men and women—are coming to sexual maturity earlier, and we are pushing the window on marriage and children later and later. As result, men are looking at a 15-year window where one, unintended swimmer can change the trajectory of our lives—and the lives of two, other people. And to make matters worse, we are dealing with a sexual actor who is only as good his options. Few of us think where we stick our dinks. It’s not a bug but feature of our nature.

Not all vasectomies are created equal. Our method is pro-male. Maximum gain, minimal pain.

Accidental births are devastating. Very rarely are they the result of a union with a sexual partner with whom either party would like to settle down and marry. We abort around a million mistakes a year. A few of us stand up and get married—but most of these couples struggle and fail. The social statistic of single-parent families—even with child support—are tragic. So many personal and societal benefits would result if we address the root cause of this supply problem.

The best and surest way to exercise that freedom is to order, fill and send to the freezer a DADi kit—and see a urologist a for a reversible vasectomy. Two steps and you free yourself.  A little forethought and minimal pain and your future is in your own hands. You will never get the call saying, “I’m late.” And if you do, you can say, “Not mine.”

The Method:

The Dadi kit comes in the mail and allows men to harvest our best swimmers and put them in a secure spank bank that you control. Make a withdrawal in your twenties and thirties and bring yourself to the intentional act of having a kit.

Not all vasectomies are created equal. Our method is pro-male. Maximum gain, minimal pain.  A part of a day on the couch, watching TV with bag of frozen peas between your legs—followed by a lifetime of never having to worry about  it. Read an Editors account of a non cut procedure we recommend.

The good news is that vasectomies  are covered by most insurance plans. Best to get it for your son, while he is on your insurance. Thank you, Obamacare! Medicaid covers it, as well. And if you lack insurance, Planned Parenthood is not just for women. For a co-pay of $100, anyone can take themselves out of the risk pool.

What stands in the way of our happiness is our ignorance and fear. It’s time to get over it and take away the devastating stumbling block that impacts all of us.

Man-up and get out there and have fun!

Best, Guy

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