The Pill. Condoms. Intrauterine devices.
They are staples of modern birth control. And while they represent some of the best options that men and women have at their disposal today to prevent pregnancy, each is decades old -- and comes part and parcel with a number of its own drawbacks.
"We want more choices," says Laura, a 37-year-old Florida woman who preferred that only her first name be used.
"Science has come a long way, but why are contraceptive options lagging behind?"