Sure it works. Most of the time.
Spermicidal lubricant doesn't protect against STDS like HIV or gonorrhea, first of all. Spermical lube makes things slippery and kills 90% of sperm.
sure in fact, some condoms have spermicidal lube if i were you id cut out the middleman and just buy those
No, it is neither a useful spermicide nor a good lubricant. If you really want somethng that works, go and buy a product made for the purpose from the chemist/pharmacy/apothecary/equivalent retailer.
Spermicidal cream is a contraceptive substance that destroys sperm, inserted vaginally prior to intercourse to prevent pregnancy.
there is a small difference in lube ( coming from the latin word: Lubersaph ) and oil, so it isn't a question that you need to know into a matter of substantionary work.
Seems to work well for all firearms.
You shouldn't have to, but a little silicone plumbing grease should work.
yeah man get a work perment go to the courthouse
Lube is lube and it's not specific for women. You find lube at your local store or pharmacy.
Chemistry has contributed to population control most notably by the creation of contraception. From spermicidal lube, to birth control pills, to Plan B and vaginal rings, chemistry has aided us in controlling when we multiply. Chemists are currently in the process of developing a birth control pill for men.
In the US, spermicidal foam is available without a prescription. It is not a very effective contraceptive on its own, but is effective when used with condoms or other forms of contraception.