Friday, February 17, 2012

Sorry Guys

In the debate over women's reproductive health care there is one basic premise, and in fact one absolute rule which should apply. Men don't get to say what women want. Men don't get to decide what women get. Men don't get to decide what laws should be passed governing women's rights for their reproductive healthcare, especially contraception and abortion.

Men got Viagra written into men's healthcare and for what, so millions of men can pretend to have a condition to get better, aka harder, erections? Like women got a say and vote on this issue when it was disguised and presented as coverage for erectile dysfunction? Like there are really all those men with ED that weren't there before it was covered by health insurance?

Give me a break here. That's a croc and men know it. I won't argue it's ok for men with ED, I mean really ED because of some condition, illness or other factors, but the number of men on the prescription doesn't match the number of men diagnosed with the condition. If so, we have nation of men with weak dicks, and we know that's not true.

So when it comes to women's reproductive healthcare, it's not about morality, it's not about power and control over women, it's not about male arrogance, it's about women, something only they understand and live with and as such only they should get to decide what's fair and right and what's covered under health insurance.

And the numbers are clearly in that women want all of it covered by health insurnce provided by their employer and/or their health insurance, including the same free coverage men get for comparable services and products in addition to those exclusive to women, regardless of any religious, moral or ethical beliefs or values.

Sorry guys, don't stick your dick into their affairs when and where they don't want it. They can say no to rape, they can equally say no to your involvement into their personal decisions with their body. You don't allow it with your body, so you have no right to assert it into theirs.

It's the old adage, "What's good for the goose is good for the gander." And they can decide for themselves what's right for them, without your help and without you. And that especially includes you Mr. Issa, you don't have the right to decide for the 51% of the population of this country who are women.

You're not one of them, so sit down, shut up, and do what they want.

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