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I saw this question on Reddit and thought I'd post here as well. For me personally, I would hope that better birth control and better treatment for women's health in particular would be more widespread (as especially with medical research and treatments specifically geared towards women that doesn't just treat women like the smaller versions of men solely because women's hormones are too "mEsSy" to study with apparently).

And on that topic, what other type of scientific advancement or innovation do you think could heavily benefit women specifically if it were ever to come to be?

I saw this question on Reddit and thought I'd post here as well. For me personally, I would hope that better birth control and better treatment for women's health in particular would be more widespread (as especially with medical research and treatments specifically geared towards women that doesn't just treat women like the smaller versions of men solely because women's hormones are too "mEsSy" to study with apparently). And on that topic, what other type of scientific advancement or innovation do you think could heavily benefit women specifically if it were ever to come to be?

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Male birth control.

We know they can create it. They just don't want to.

And more importantly, it probably wouldn't be profitable. Men can't be expected to be responsible enough to take it consistently or even care enough to take it at all because it's not their bodies that will be changing nor will it be their lives that they'll have to give up to raise a possibly unplanned/unwanted child.