No. The pills are chemical castration (both male and female). It does not stop the desire, the yearning, the longing, the feelings of love or loneliness, the need and desire for touch, companionship, or need for connectivity to another of the same gender. Chemical castration only prevents the male erection and ejaculation and the female arousal and orgasm - the physical manifestation of love and desire. Nothing will stop the mental and emotional needs even for those who, without chemical castration, choose to live a celibate life. It's absurd and uneducated to assume that celibacy is a viable alternative for homosexuality, as if being celibate will suddenly make you "appear" straight, act straight, or be straight....and "safe". I haven't had sex in 2 years - celibate only because I don't give of myself to just anyone - and guess what? I'm still a lesbian. As for safety, ask any homosexual that is celibate either by choice or by circumstance if they feel safe because they are not having sex or in a relationship.