A bill requiring women to discuss their reproductive health care with employers before they can receive insurance benefits to cover birth control has passed the Arizona House and is now ready for consideration by the Senate.
One may wonder when we will see the bill requiring men to discuss their reproductive health care with employers before they can receive insurance benefits to cover type 5 phosphodiesterase (PDE5) inhibitors such as Viagra, Levitra and Cialis.
There appears to be instances when men are using such medications for recreation rather than procreation. Perhaps we need a law that requires any man seeking this type of health care compensation to provide legal documentation indicating that he is married, desires to father children, and will assume full responsibility for the care of all of his children until they reach adulthood.
Employers should not have to pay for men having fun and the state of Arizona should not have to pay for unwanted children.