It's contraception game time: puritanical fairytale "morals" will go up against the Obamacare birth control mandate over the next few weeks as four different appeals courts decide whether private businesses should be able to object to the policy on the grounds of religious freedom/thinking unchained vaginas are icky. Opponents hope the cases will go all the way to the Supreme Court. Women hope their employers will stop telling them what type of sex to have and when to have it.
In early February, we covered the first 18 for-profit companies whining about how they'll go to hell if they enable their employees to access affordable reproductive health care. By now, 31 cases have been brought by for-profit companies, according to the National Women's Law Center.