‘Testicle Bath’ Birth Control Device Wins Dyson Award

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A German inventor’s ultrasound “testicle bath,” a birth control device that temporarily stops sperm mobility for several months, has won the James Dyson Award, which is given out annually to designers of new problem-solving ideas. What do you think?

“It might catch on if they can find a way to make it the woman’s responsibility.”

Gina Dahl, True Crime Theorist

“Thank goodness, my sperm has been getting everywhere lately.”

Elliott Tolman, Police Auctioneer


“But periodic ultrasonic pulses always ruin the sensation.”

Fabian Alonzo, Gossip Orator