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It's Come to This: Sandra Fluke Nominated for Person of the Year

THE_independent Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 1:57 PM
“Because this is the message that not requiring coverage of contraception sends: A woman’s reproductive health care isn’t a necessity, isn’t a priority. “One woman told us that she knew birth control wasn’t covered on the insurance and she assumed that that’s how Georgetown’s insurance handle all of women’s reproductive and sexual health care. So when she was raped, she didn’t go to the doctor, even to be examined or tested for sexually transmitted infections, because she thought insurance wasn’t going to cover something like that – something that was related to a woman’s reproductive health. “As one other student put it: ‘This policy communicates to female students that our school doesn’t understand our needs.’

Apparently in the year 2012 all you have to do to become nominated as TIME's Person of Year is throw away your dignity and beg your neighbors in front of Congress to pay for your sex life as a 30-year-old adult child. TIME asks readers, should Sandra Fluke be chosen as Person of the Year? Definitely? No way? Below is TIME's description:

As always, TIME's editors will choose the Person of the Year, but that doesn't mean readers shouldn't have their say. Cast your vote for the person you think most influenced the news this year...