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Birth control pill was created for the wrong gender, American singer, Eric Benet says

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American singer-songwriter, Eric Benet has suggested that birth control pills were created for the wrong gender.

According to Benet, science created the pills for the wrong gender because, on an objective note, men ought to be the ones to use it.

Citing a theoretical report, Benet said a man can impregnate an average of four women a day, summing up to 1460 yearly.

He added that a woman can only get pregnant in one year hence birth control is for them.

Benet said;

“Theoretically a man could impregnate 4 women a day per year (1460 pregnancies).

“A woman can give birth only once a year. If “birth control” was the objective…science created the pill for the wrong gender.”

See his tweet below;

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