You probably sometimes feel like you're in Stalinist Russia, if you aren't required to give details about your sex life to your boss at work. Don't you? Well, maybe if you lived in Arizona.
The Senate Judiciary Committee voted 6-2 Monday to endorse a controversial bill that would allow Arizona employers the right to deny health insurance coverage for contraceptives based on religious objections.As long as you could prove you're not taking the birth control pills for sex, there wouldn't be any problem.
Arizona House Bill 2625, authored by Majority Whip Debbie Lesko, R-Glendale, would permit employers to ask their employees for proof of medical prescription if they seek contraceptives for non-reproductive purposes, such as hormone control or acne treatment.
“I believe we live in America. We don’t live in the Soviet Union,” Lesko said. “So, government should not be telling the organizations or mom and pop employers to do something against their moral beliefs.”
Look ultimately, this is a freedom issue. Your bosses has a right to not cover medical expenses if they don't like them, and they have a right to your medical records. It's in the constitution! If you don't like it, go get a job somewhere else. Hah, just kiddin'! Good luck with that. Stop sleeping around, slut.