Hobby Lobby Wins. Women Lose.
In a move that has ominous implications for the future of female reproductive rights—among other human health rights—the Supreme Court ruled that Hobby Lobby founders' (scientifically erroneous) belief that birth control equals abortion means the corporation doesn't have to cover it. In her dissent, Ruth Bader Ginsburg called this "a decision of startling breadth" that would allow corporations to "opt out of any law … they judge incompatible with their sincerely held religious beliefs." We're posting Lady Parts Justice's History of Birth Control to protest this most recent, and most unfortunate, chapter.