I'm sorry, but you are incorrect. Birth control pills are ALWAYS prescription. Not only that, but they require a yearly exam in order to GET the prescription. Even at Planned Parenthood.<quoted text>See, there you go! You were asked a polite question and you come back insulting and foaming at the mouth like a rabid bitch.
You can't fathom the fact that slooter wanted something for nothing. She wanted the school to change their insurance policy to suit her needs. Policies do NOT always cover contraception and you refuse to acknowledge that by pretending it is a prescription medication which it is NOT always classified as that.
There are other 'meds' that are excluded from policies so you continue to argue about the same useless point. You've lost the argument. You also had a failed analogy. I don't know what your problem is but you apparently are so filled with hate towards those who want to be independent.
Slooter CHOSE the school and knew how much it would cost to attend. She surely knew her bc pills were going to have a charge as well. If ten bucks a month were such a hardship for her.....
1. She could have found out the plan wouldn't cover it and find another plan that would.
2. Use Planned Parenthood services to access her contraception and figure that into her budget
3. Attend a college that wouldn't put her in such financial distress
There is nothing more disgusting than someone who whines and complains because they don't have enough people giving them something for nothing.
My point stands. Asking for a medication to be covered by an insurance plan you are already paying for is NOT wanting "something for nothing".
As for the other poster, mind your own business.