Most men prefer sex without a condom.
The problem with unprotected sex in The Thailand Girl Scene is twofold – sexually transmitted diseases and unwanted pregnancy. Certain classes of Thai women are notorious for having multiple secret partners and, practically speaking, there is no way of verifying Thai girls’ sexual histories. Both these problems need to be addressed and BigBabyKenny.com is here to tell you how to do it cheaper, faster, and more efficiently.
You can deal with the STD problem with testing but what about unwanted pregnancies?
One approach is to use the pill.
The good news is that birth control pills are available over the counter, no prescription or doctor’s visit required, and the pills are subsidized by the Thai government.
Here is a pic of the birth control pill selection at a local chain pharmacy (click on the pic to see a full size version where you can read the prices and brand names). There are generic brands that are available for as low as 25 baht (72 cents USD!) as well as the latest low dose pills branded by Western drug companies which cost up to 450 THB ($15 USD). Instead of an expensive and unneccesary doctor’s visit and an expensive prescription that would cost a couple of hundred dollars in the U.S., the pill can be had with the same expense and trouble as acquiring a bottle of aspirin in Thailand.
The bad news is that, just like in the USA, there is no way to confirm your girl will take the pill everyday. As the feminists say, she is in control of her body which means she can get pregnant when it suits her agenda not yours and “being in control of her body” means being in control of your wallet in the event of an unwanted pregnanacy.
Fortunately, there is an answer–Depoprovera.
Depo is an injectable birth control that has been approved in the U.S and has been in use without problems for years.
An injection is good for 3 months, can be given anytime during the woman’s cycle, and is effective immediately.
Depo is superior to the pill because you can verify the injection and there is nothing the girl can do for 3 months. You don’t have to trust or verify with Depo. You just have to be there when the injection is given.
If you choose not to get a second injection in 3 months, the effects fade and the woman becomes fertile again.
There are two ways to get your girl on Depo.
One way is to take her to a “Women’s Health” clinic at a Thai hospital. Piyavate Hospital charges 500 THB for the injection and the doctor’s time. You call, make an appointment, and you are in and out within an hour.
The second, more convenient, and cheaper way is to inject her yourself. Yes. Inject her yourself.
Pharmacies on The Reservation sell Depoprovera over the counter. You take it home and stick your girlfriend in the privacy of your home without having to see a doctor or nurse.
This is the Chareon Pharmacy on Sukhumivt. It’s located right down the street from Soi 4 just to the left of Bully’s Pub.
They stock Depoprovera (actually Depogestin – the Thai generic) and sell a single injection vial, a syringe with hypodermic needle, and an alcohol swab for 50 THB.
No that is not a typo, 50 THB or $1.67 USD!
No prescription or doctor’s appointment is required but you need to know how to do an intra- muscular injection.
Every American knows the U.S. health system is a mess. The layers of government regulation and subversion of market incentives has created a soviet style monstrosity that delivers a $2 birth control injection for $300+ USD and $2000 heart bypass operation for $250,000. Birth control in Thailand is what birth control in the U.S. would be without government interference in the market.