Im going to try to be honest and unbiased here.
First off, new channels for male contraception have been developed, but these breakthroughs are recent and still under testing, i.e. they are not publicly available yet and are not expected to be within a short period of time, even if they have passed safety regulations. Also, the small clinical trials they have undergone are not enough to determine the complete safety of these new drugs, as the sample size is too small, and large scale tests have to be done to make sure the drugs are safe for overall use. https://www.healthline.com/health-news/will-we-ever-get-a-birth-control-pill-for-men#The-possibility-of-a-breakthrough Moreover, the long term health of volunteer subjects have not always shown good signs, such as changes in cholesterol levels, that could pose risks to cardiovascular systems in the men who use it. https://edition-m.cnn.com/2019/03/25/health/male-birth-control-conference-study/index.html?r=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com%2F
As to why men do not like condoms, imagine a tight membrane wrapping the senditive parts that require stimulation, it would not only mean lesser nervous response to stimulation, it would also feel different than raw sex, which is why most condom companies are coming up with increasingly thin yet unsafe condoms to maximise male sexual pleasure as much as possible. Im not saying its wrong to want your partner to use condoms, im just pointing out why some men may prefer to pull-out instead.
As to the claim that men refuse to acknowledge rape and violence against women, i am very sure that everyone here knows that most men are aware that assault and rape against women is a legitimate issue that requires immediate action. I tried to find articles and polls on this but couldnt seem to find any, so if any of you guys find or have any data regarding the issue, do let me know! Of course there will be a few uneducated retards who will insist that rape and assault is ok, but thats a subject for discussion at a later time ,maybe in a later post i may create.Otherwise i find that instead, it sometimes seems to be (not all) women who tend to deny the existence/severity of assault against men, but im not going to delve into that issue either. Of course this is due to the obvious fact that women are more often than not on the recieving side of assault and men are usually the perpetrators of any form of violence.
As to the claim that men should get to decide what women do with their bodies, regarding body decor, men can advise women on what they can do with their bodies but ultimately it is entirely up to the woman to decide what she wants to do with her body. With regards to abortion, i know im going to recieve a lot of backlash for this, but i believe that since the man is, in all rights, also the child's father, he should have a say in what happens to his unborn son/daughter, except in the case of rape where the mother is the only deciding party. Otherwise its not a "i get to choose what to do with my body, and since my foetus is part of my body i get to decide what to do with it" kind of issue, but more of a "what should we do with our child" issue. Side note, the foetus isn't biologically part of the mother's body. They have separate circulatory systems, and are seperated from each other by the placental membrane, Which consists of tissues of the foetuses' genetic make up. But back to my point. Men should get a say in what happens to their unborn daughter/son, but should not forcefully affect the decisions of unrelated women. This doesn't mean i do not support abortion rights, i am just sitting on the fence as ultimately it is up to the couple to decide whether to abort or not, and i should not judge.
Feek free to correct me if you feel i am wrong! Do add your opinions, lets make this a meaningful discussion.