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Access to contraception is a men's issue too
Access to contraception is a men's issue too

In the days since the Supreme Court ruled in favor of Hobby Lobby, allowing some employers to opt out of covering birth control in their employees’ health insurance packages, the critique from progressives has been consistent and clear: Reducing access to birth control is a major defeat for women. This assessment, of course, is ludicrous: Reducing access to birth control is a major defeat for everybody. Now, I’m not trying to take anything away from women. I get that being better able to control pregnancy has a certain extra resonance when your body is able to get pregnant. So it’s totally fair to say that restrictions on access to birth control impact women more than men — but that doesn’...

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