In a society where claims of “religious freedom” increasingly seem to justify refusing to do one’s job (Kentucky clerk Kim Davis being the poster child for that view), the possibility of getting blindsided by a religiously motivated doctor, hospital, or even pharmacist is more realistic than ever. “You want birth control? Sorry, that’s against my religion.”
There ought to be a law, you say?
You’re not alone. See the story, my latest Psychology Today piece, here.