In this day and age it is vital for everyone to practice safe sex to prevent unwanted pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases. Condoms, Birth Control pills, and Intrauterine Devices are a few contraceptive measures that are of paramount importance to women’s sexual health. I believe a woman should have the freedom to choose whatever form of contraception she believes is best for her. Similarly, I believe men should have a viable pharmaceutical contraceptive available too as condoms are our only semi-reliable option. Unfortunately condoms break and if that is the only contraceptive measure being used this could put the male and female at risk of an unwanted pregnancy. All forms of contraception must be reliable and safe. It is the government’s responsibility to regulate and maintain quality control standards over the reproductive and contraceptive industry. Women should demand long-term studies on the effects contraceptives have on the body and if there are dangers to prolonged use. The answer to contraceptive equality is simple: Give men a pharmaceutical backup form of contraception to significantly reduce the risk of unwanted pregnancy due to condom breakage. And allow women to choose their preferred method of birth control without stigmatizing them or limiting their contraceptive options to the Pill.