Celebs react to the Trump administration rolling back protection on birth control

Oct 06, 2017 16:35

So it's not a good time to talk about gun control but birth control is fine to regulate? #HandsOffMyBC
- kerry washington (@kerrywashington) October 6, 2017

An Obama era requirement made it mandatory for employers to include access to birth control in their health insurance policies.

New policies allows employers to refuse to provide birth control if they have a religious or moral objection.

Trump admin rule puts birth control coverage for 62M women at risk. Is birth control important to you? Retweet! #HandsOffMyBC https://t.co/zZmb1mFujA
- jenny slate (@jennyslate) October 6, 2017

So, viagra is covered, but contraception isn’t? Does that seem unfair to anyone else? Sometimes, I hate being a man.
- Nathan Fillion (@NathanFillion) October 6, 2017

They seek to take our access to BC b/c that keeps us chained to our reproductive systems which keeps us powerless over our economic futures.
- zoe kazan (@zoeinthecities) October 6, 2017

This is also why they do not want to provide us with childcare or paid leave. It is all about men's desire to control & denigrate women.
- zoe kazan (@zoeinthecities) October 6, 2017

Birth control is arguably the greatest gender equalizer of all time. If you believe #equality matters, fight this. #HandsOffMyBC https://t.co/rlWRgZfobg
- Elizabeth Banks (@ElizabethBanks) October 6, 2017

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