Contraceptive kit including male pills, syringes, and bottles of testosterone solution. Following successful trials of the male contraceptive pill at Edinburgh University, the Dutch pharmaceutical company Organon decided to complete...More
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This 'Paragon' re-usable medium-sized rubber condom is shown in its original packaging with directions for use visible inside the lid of the box. Condoms were first used in the 16th century as a protection against syphilis. In the 21st...More
This paperweight was made to represent a contraceptive pill. Access to advice about contraception was not available to women in most countries until well into the latter half of the 20th century. Before this, individual campaigners...More
�Femodene� and �Microgynon� contraceptive pills manufactured by Schering AG. Before the 1950s, contraceptive pills were too expensive to mass produce because the hormones they contain had to be prepared in the laboratory from animal...More
The contraceptive sponge, made of natural and synthetic materials, was designed to be inserted into the woman's vagina prior to sexual intercourse. It worked as a barrier method of contraception, preventing sperm from moving towards...More
Montage of various types of contraceptive pills and their packaging. Before the 1950s, contraceptive pills were too expensive to mass produce because the hormones they contain had to be prepared in the laboratory from animal tissue. It...More
Poster produced for the Health Education Council attempting to re-educate male attitudes towards protected sex. Devised by Jeremy Sinclair, Creative Director of Saatchi & Saatchi Advertising.
Close-ups of unident. birth control pill.
A packet of birth control pills.
Production of the birth control pill at a factory in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. More than 400,000 British women now use oral contraceptives in order to prevent pregnancy.