Emergency contraception, which is a glorified birth control pill, effectively stops rape victims from getting pregnant. But, only if a perscription is obtained and the drug is taken within 72 hours. Moreover, the longer you wait, the less effective the drug. Yet, an Arizona pharmacist denied a rape victim an opportunity to fill the prescription she obtained (which she could not find anywhere else), due to his personal beliefs, putting the woman at risk of being impregnated by her rapist.
The notion that the pharmacists can impose his views on a customer and force her to be impregnanted by a rapist is abominable. He should be fired and his license should be yanked immediately. There is no place for that kind of abusive conduct by a medical professional in our society.
Via Talk Left.