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Last I checked, it is I, not Jane or anyone else, who subsidizes my health insurance through my premiums, co-pays and deductibles, and my employer who picks up the tab on the rest as a benefit of my employment. End of story. My reproductive health is none of your business, nor is it my employer's business. If you're against abortion, don't have one. If you wish other people wouldn't have abortions, support the AHA, which makes contraception more affordable for more women--certainly, a more defensible social benefit than Viagra--which is also covered under the AHA and no one is pissing and moaning about THAT. After all, aren't you concerned that some of those 50+-year-old men might be having sex with women other than their wives? Where's the indignant outcry about that? Or do we just reserve our moral indignation for the girls who have the temerity to want to plan when they get pregnant?
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