I'm GMing a game with a bunch of spellcasters who want to be sexually promiscuous but don't want to be pregnant or make babies. The players'/PCs preference both for fun and flare is to establish methods of contraception using magic on themselves, their sexual partners or each other (but not as partners). The spellcasters + level include:
- Bard 4
- Druids 3 and 4
- Warlock 5
- Paladin 5 who won't be casting on themself but might be convinced to cast on others
- Sorcerer 3
They will all level up intermittently over the next two sessions and will have access to fresh spells accordingly. We're playing a lighthearted, at times silly, campaign (as you can see here and here) and we like to adhere to RAW and published material in the core books, as well as Xanathar's Guide to Everything, as those are the books most available to the players.
To provide some context, we've decided on some ground rules around this: no abortions, no graphic descriptions, no PC-to-PC relations and no non-consensual sexual acts. Also if any player gets uncomfortable with the way the game is going they can call a group convo at any time to revisit the decision to allow this. Additionally consequences will be real: disease (Lesser Restoration makes this a non-issue), pregnancy, and unknowns.
Are there any magical contraceptive birth control options available for PCs of any gender in D&D?
I am interested in D&D 5e spells, potions, magical items or other magical effects that could be used to stop conception from occurring. I am not interested in ending a viable birth before term.
If there are no spells for this purpose are there any that you have used as such?