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This doesn’t make any sense to me! If your boss, congress, and the supreme court. Then why do you expect your boss to pay for your birth control, and for the supreme court and congress to keep abortion and birth control attainable?!

"Then why do you expect your boss to pay for your birth control"


What is INSURANCE?

-Ash

Birth control is not medically necessary. Your work can choose any shitty type of insurance to provide you. Just so they can say their providing it. 

"Birth control is not medically necessary"

Plz tell that to the thousands of people with uteruses who suffer from conditions like endometriosis, PCOS, amenorrhea, who rely on the pill to help make it through the entire month and may need it to be able to go to work.
Birth control pills are not only for contraception. Believing that is so ignorant. I’ve been taking birth control since I first got my period at age ten, sure as Hell wasnt sexually active then but if I wanted to go to school the entire month without being bedridden with debilitating cramps and cysts, needed the pill.

I’m sure you keep this ‘Whatever your work gives you take it’ when they’re supplying pregnant people with subpar coverage, maybe pushing people to the point where they would want abortions for economical reasons.

-Ash

Also, even regardless of the uses other than as birth control, it is still pretty important. Some women take it to end up not dying from pregnancy or suffer many emotional miscarriages (I know someone who cannot carry to term, so every time she gets pregnant, which is usually with multiples, she miscarries and that is very hard for her). Also, some people just don’t want babies. And I really would prefer people who don’t want babies to not have babies.

Also, in reference to Hobby Lobby specifically, they are not covering IUDs and Plan B specifically because of huge misconceptions about both. They say they are against them because they “cause abortions,” which isn’t true. So declining to insure people for them based on something that isn’t true is bullshit. Complete and utter bullshit.

(Source: aceandinyourface)

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Let’s be real, in a time before the internet people didn’t have more adventures and make more meaningful connections. They watched TV and listened to CDs. Before that they listened to records and read magazines. Before that they listened to the radio and read bad dime novels. Before that they embroidered or some shit.

People have been staying inside and ignoring other people for as long as there have been buildings. 

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