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“Rape, postpartum depression, Cesarean sections, and surviving domestic violence are all considered preexisting conditions” under AHCA

 

An amendment in the GOP health-care-reform bill will allow countries to deny coverage for preexisting conditions, such as sexual assault… Along with rape, postpartum depression, Cesarean sections, and surviving domestic violence are all considered preexisting conditions. Companies may also deny coverage for gynecological services and mammograms… The change also reads, “Nothing in this Act shall be construed as allowing medical insurance issuers to discriminate in prices for health insurance coverage by sex.”

Obtaining a B-section (That is Exactly What Paul Ryan calls for a breast exam)

Possessing a Susan G. Komen T-shirt or water bottle (also near a breast exam)

Moving to some awareness walk (could fall into other participants, resulting in a domino effect of harm)

Walking (probably to fall, generally)

Having shoelaces (frequently come untied)

Eating bananas (probably to slide on peel, according to many animations)

Possessing any Nora Ephron rom-coms (can lead to sexual and psychological needs, which lead to venereal disease)

Watching “Braveheart,” or anything violent (might feel helpless pain in response to exceptional onscreen performances)

Watching any displays (can strain eyes)

Having a V-section (that is exactly what Mike Pence calls for a vagina).

Being a baby (many fall, all suffer with incontinence and exhibit no control of head/neck)

Using a driver’s license (could fall on the way to automobile)

Having a driver’s license (could fall on the road to D.M.V.)

Interacting with anyone who’s ever been to, is planning on visiting, or has thought about the D.M.V. (high risk of contagion; could contract anything from the common cold to rubella)

Ever thinking in the five-second principle (for almost any surface)

Eating anything that came straight from a school lunch tray (see above)

Eating food that comes in a wrapper (you do not understand where the wrapper has been; counts as a surface)

Eating meals (can choke on it, or fall on the way to the supermarket)

Having a physician (on your life generally, not just as a primary-care doctor; scientists are sinners trying to play God)

Menstruating (come on, blood each month? That is obviously an untreated open ended; taxpayer money should not be spent to fix your reckless wound care)

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