ZealousConscript Wrote:
Nov 15, 2012 11:39 AM
Look, no one is talking about free contraception. Although increasing contraceptive access would be an excellent step towards a healthier nation, it is unfortunately unlikely to be instituted when a large portion of our country fears sexual behavior. Since the reference in the article is talking about Sandra Fluke (albeit subtly) let's clarify something: Sandra Fluke didn't want the government to pay for her contraception. What she was in favour of was the health insurance of many non-faith employees of religious non-profits (like hospitals) to cover contraception.