While I don’t know if I completely agree with the government and institutions deciding whether or not women should get to be covered by their insurance for contraception, I can’t deny that this is a pretty hot topic. Also in the article you’ll find a statistic that 99% of women use birth control at some point in their lives, which kind of opens your eyes to how wide the scope of this issue is. I think the stigma with birth control, especially in more conservative areas is that it’s used by younger women looking to cover their bases so to speak. But according to this that is far from the truth. Of course, the fact that insurance providers may be asked to cover things like the morning-after pill throws a whole new wrench into the matter. Whatever your side may be, this is worth taking a look at.
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