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Thank goodness, now you can have a break..
Just some more food for thought regarding the feminists attempt at ensuring more female privileges.This article explains a few other interesting issues. The case that birth control is already readily available at $9 per month or can be obtained, free, is a rather intriguing point as feminists are suggesting that if this privilege is not passed, the planet will face an explosive increase in the population or the other extreme, it's a "War against Women" for the want of a "plan B" option..

Another assumed exaggeration ofcourse and another feminist lie as usual. The other issue is that the option that Obama and his office of harpies in the White House, are making demands for a product that is already covered by insurance. So what is their actual ulterior motive besides trying to force the Catholic Church to go against their own ethics and doctrine. That I would imagine is the real reason for all this carry on and as usual, it opens the door for ever more rights to be removed and destroyed..

Feminists Distorting HHS Mandate Debate

The heated public debate about the HHS mandate requiring employers to cover contraception has brought out the worst in “feminist” organizations. It’s time to blow the whistle: They’ve resorted to creating outright fiction in order to fundraise and fear-monger.  Sadly, upon examination, many of their claims go beyond the usual political spin, to outright untruths that are actually destructive to women’s empowerment.

Lie #1:  Women don't have access to birth control.  This time last year, did you know that American women faced such a crisis in accessing contraception?  No, you didn’t, because there simply is no crisis.  Any woman in the United States can get her hands on birth control.  In fact, as Planned Parenthood points out, 98 percent of all American women who’ve had sex have used contraception.  To get the pill, a woman needs an appointment at her doctor’s office or a local health clinic.  But women can also buy condoms, which are available at practically every drugstore and gas station, as well as at hundreds of public schools in the U.S.

Lie #2:  Contraception is prohibitively expensive.  Many women in the U.S. qualify for free birth control, even without health insurance.  If you don’t qualify for free birth control, here’s one good low-cost option: Wal-mart offers some oral contraceptives at $9 a month.   And the American Pregnancy Association says condoms cost 20¢ to $2.50 each.

Lie #3:  Without the HHS mandate, employers will drop contraceptive coverage.  This one is just plain odd since, as of today – without a mandate in place – 90 percent of employers who offer health insurance offer a plan that covers contraception.  Yes, that's without a mandate forcing them to do so.   Twenty-eight states also already have rules that require employers to cover birth control in the company’s insurance plan, with the statutes varying on what kind of exemption is offered to religious employers.