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The Ring

I've got a date in twenty minutes. We're gonna have to make this quick. So let's talk about the ring. It's sort of like one of those jelly bracelets from the 80s. The ring rests inside a woman's vagina, where it releases hormones that keep her from releasing an egg and it thickens cervical mucus that prevents your sperm from getting through. The ring needs to be replaced each month. She can choose whether she wants to have her period between rings are not. Quick shave. She can actually put the ring in herself. It shouldn't be uncomfortable for either of you, but if it bothers you while you're... ...She can take it out. Just make sure it's not out for more than three hours a day. Now you and your lady might wanna be parents someday. But, birth control methods like the ring can help keep your life on your schedule. Right on time.  

“It’s sort of like one of those jelly bracelets from the 80s.”

Think James Bond could get ready for a hot date and tell you about the ring at the same time? Probably not, but Guy Nottadadi can.

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