Hobby Lobby in Open Debate Board Posted July 9, 2014 · Report reply I understand that the push behind this was to cause more challenges for Obamacare. I'm not it's biggest fan either, honestly. And I would be even more sympathetic with HL if they had not been investing in the very things they claim to find so objectionable. How do you explain that? It's easy, quite frankly, for you to say reevaluate your priorities. I love to hear that from men when so often all of the duty of contraception is put on us women. For most of us, controlling our reproductive status is a priority, whether we are trying to get pregnant, spacing out our children to our liking, or avoiding pregnancy all together. For some women, IUD's can be lifesaving if they have clotting issues, and cannot have hormonal birth control, and cannot risk getting pregnant. I guess their partners should be ok with being celibate... or getting a vasectomy. For other women an IUD can change their life because they no longer has a few days a month where they are suffering from debilitating periods. I'm not talking about a little bit of bloating and some cramps, I'm talking about not being able to leave the bathroom because there is so much bleeding. Someone I worked with referred to using an IUD as a "lifestyle." Well, I guess it is... family size is a lifestyle choice I guess. But I think that those who are not in favor of birth control would be up in arms if another company, which strongly believes in reducing population growth, refused to cover pregnancy. I guess that is now their right too.