Although I agree with Mr. Hawkins' ideology, I don't llike his petty, nasty comments. His example #5 is especially egregious. "There are some women whose medical insurane doesn't pay for their contraception, you, know, just like men!" No - a woman's lack of contraception is not just like a man's, getting pregnant is a lot more life-changing for a woman than a man. And, it really isn't a logical statement that a woman who had so much sex that she couldn't pay for her birth control would have to be a professional prostitute. Most birth control is on a daily, weekly, monthly basis, some even three times a year basis rather than a per encounter basis.