Reproduction has long been portrayed as a "women's issue." But paying attention to men's reproductive health, like women's, is also important and it has the potential to improve life for the generations to come. By singularly focusing on women's health, we risk losing sight of the unknown and unaddressed reproductive risks associated with men's bodies. Further discussion on this issue might shift the focus of some of the most contentious debates around reproductive policies. We need to break the stigma and talk in depth about the sexual and reproductive health of men and women alike.