Friday, August 14, 2009


Check out this story from the Cardinal Newman Society:

EEOC Violates Religious Liberty By Forcing Catholic College to Provide Insurance for Contraceptives

The allegation was that, "“By denying prescription contraception drugs, Respondent [Belmont Abbey College] is discriminating based on gender because only females take oral prescription contraceptives. By denying coverage, men are not affected, only women,” wrote Reuben Daniels Jr. in his determination as the EEOC Charlotte District Office Director."

I think that's ridiculous. The real outrage is that there are no oral contraceptives available for men! Joking, of course.

I was once taught that they started to develop such a thing, but early tests showed potential concerns regarding E.D. and other side effects. Development was immediately suspended. Meanwhile, dozens of women died in trials for The Pill, and ads still warn of side effects including nausea, bleeding, and stroke. They don't dare mention breast cancer. And, oh yeah, accidental abortions.

It is ironic that so-called feminists promote these dangerous chemical contraceptives for women. It's the men who are getting off scott-free when a woman chooses to neuter herself so that she can be more promiscuous.

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