A quick history lesson...

The Vagina Benefits refer to a subset of “preventive health services for women” that came into being in 2010 with the passage of the Affordable Care Act. For the very first time, federal law mandated that all insurance plans cover a particular set of healthcare services 100% with no ‘ifs’, ‘ands,’ or ‘buts.’

While the efficacy of the ACA is debated, this law undeniably improved access to women’s essential healthcare services, giving 55 million women access to birth control without a copay, and reducing the proportion of women who are uninsured by 40 percent.

While insurance is everyone’s least favorite topic, it’s key to ensuring people with vaginas get the care they need — not just in a doomsday scenario, but to prevent one.

To get a feel for why these matter, take a peek at the costs of a handful of Vagina Benefits with and without insurance:

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However, the future of the Vagina Benefits is on thin ice.

More specifically, if the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed on the federal level due to changes in national healthcare policy, the choice to protect Vagina Benefits falls to the states. As we saw with the recent rollback of the birth control mandate — a byproduct of expanding the “religious exemption” definition to include "moral" objections — some states are better positioned to protect the Vagina Benefits than others.

The Vagina Benefits Index by State

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Alabama: 0.25/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
Alabama will NOT protect your birth control 😰
AL has no legislation in place guaranteeing birth control coverage and has no legislation in place around cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: the choice to cover birth control would fall to individual insurers and employers in your state.
Since AL does not have any legislation in place mandating that insurers or employers must cover birth control to begin with, there are no stipulations in your state with regard to opt-out policies.
#TiaTranslation: if your insurer or employer claims a “religious” or “moral” objection, they can opt-out due to the broadened federal definition.
Alabama will NOT guarantee coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😰
AL has no legislation in place whatsoever mandating coverage of your other Vagina Benefits.
#TiaTranslation: coverage of things like pap smears, STI screenings, and well-person exams would be up to employers and insurers in your state.

Alaska: 1.25/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
Alaska will NOT protect your birth control 😰
AK has no legislation in place guaranteeing birth control coverage and has no legislation in place around cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: the choice to cover birth control would fall to individual insurers and employers in your state.
Since AK does not have any legislation in place mandating that insurers or employers must cover birth control to begin with, there are no stipulations in your state with regard to opt-out policies.
#TiaTranslation: if your insurer or employer claims a “religious” or “moral” objection, they can opt-out due to the broadened federal definition.
Alaska will NOT guarantee coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😰
AK has no legislation in place whatsoever mandating coverage of your other Vagina Benefits.
#TiaTranslation: coverage of things like pap smears, STI screenings, and well-person exams would be up to employer and insurers in your state.

Arizona: 4.0/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
Arizona will protect your birth control... sort of 😐
While AZ does mandate coverage of birth control, your state only requires insurers that already cover other prescription medications to cover all FDA-approved birth control methods. Furthermore, AZ allows cost-sharing, and unlike many other states, does NOT require that cost-sharing be “equitable.”
#TiaTranslation: so long as your insurance plan includes prescription coverage, your birth control would be covered somewhat. However, you could end up splitting or even paying the majority of the cost of your birth control with your employer or insurer.
AZ allows religiously-affiliated employers to opt-out of birth control coverage.
Arizona will NOT guarantee coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😰
AZ mandates coverage of certain Vagina Benefits only if you are enrolled in the state-run Medicaid program. However, your state does NOT mandate that other types of insurance plans (think: employer plans) cover your other Vagina Benefits.
#TiaTranslation: unless you’re on Medicaid, coverage of things like pap smears, STI screenings, and well-person exams would be up to employer and insurers in your state.

Arkansas: 4.25/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
Arkansas will protect your birth control... sort of 😐
While AR does mandate coverage of birth control, your state only requires insurers that already cover other prescription medications to cover all FDA-approved birth control methods. Furthermore, AR allows cost-sharing, and unlike many other states, does NOT require that cost-sharing be “equitable.”
#TiaTranslation: so long as your insurance plan includes prescription coverage, your birth control would be covered somewhat. However, you could end up splitting or even paying the majority of the cost of your birth control with your employer or insurer.
AR allows religious employers — including churches, associations of churches, schools and charities, but not hospitals — to opt-out of birth control coverage.
Arkansas will NOT guarantee coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😰
AR mandates coverage of your other Vagina Benefits only if you are insured by a plan bought through the state-run exchange, but NOT if you are insured by an employer.
#TiaTranslation: if you have employer-based insurance, coverage of your other Vagina Benefits would be up to your individual employer.

California: 7.25/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
California will still protect your birth control 🙌
CA mandates coverage of all 18 FDA-approved birth control methods — from the pill to the IUD — as well as any birth control consultation you may need, and without cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: in CA, you would still have access to birth control for $0.
CA limits the “religious exemption” opt-out of the birth control mandate to only religious employers with a specified tax code.
California will NOT guarantee coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😰
While CA mandates coverage of all your other Vagina Benefits — from pap smears to STI screenings & more — without cost-sharing, CA law simply reiterates federal legislation and is NOT a true state-level “safety net.”
#TiaTranslation: your Vagina Benefits would still be covered 100% so long as the ACA’s definition of “preventive health services” does not change. Given the uncertain future of federal healthcare policies, your future coverage is at risk.

Colorado: 5.25/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guranteed by the federal government…
Colorado will still protect your birth control... sort of 😐
While CO does mandate coverage of the five main “categories” of birth control methods, CO only requires insurers that already cover other conditions to cover birth control. Furthermore, CO allows cost-sharing of birth control to the same extent it allows cost-sharing for other conditions. Additionally, some employers, based on their size, may qualify for an exemption and not cover birth control.
#TiaTranslation: your birth control coverage may vary employer to employer and plan to plan.
CO does NOT have legislation in place dictating what types of employers qualify for a “religious exemption” from the birth control mandate.
Colorado will guarantee SOME coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😐
CO mandates coverage of certain Vagina Benefits (pap smears & mammograms), but they are NOT guaranteed without cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: you could have to pay for part or all of the cost of your other Vagina Benefits.

Connecticut: 3.25/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
Connecticut will still protect your birth control... sort of 😐
While CT does mandate coverage of birth control, your state only requires insurers that already cover other prescription medications to cover FDA-approved birth control methods. Furthermore, CT allows cost-sharing, and unlike many other states, does NOT require that cost-sharing be “equitable.”
#TiaTranslation: so long as your insurance plan includes prescription coverage, your birth control would be covered somewhat. However, you could end up splitting or even paying the majority of the cost of your birth control with your employer or insurer.
While CT does allow religious employers to opt-out of birth control coverage, your state limits the “religious exemption” to religious insurance companies, hospitals, medical service corporations, and health care centers.
Connecticut will NOT guarantee coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😰
CT mandates coverage of one of your Vagina Benefits (breast cancer screenings), but it is NOT guaranteed without cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: you could have to pay for part or all of the cost of your other Vagina Benefits.

Delaware: 4.5/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
Delaware will still protect your birth control... sort of 😐
While DE does mandate coverage of birth control, your state only requires insurers that already cover other prescription medications to cover FDA-approved birth control methods. Furthermore, DE allows cost-sharing, and unlike many other states, does NOT require that cost-sharing be “equitable.”
#TiaTranslation: so long as your insurance plan includes prescription coverage, your birth control would be covered somewhat. However, you could end up splitting or even paying the majority of the cost of your birth control with your employer or insurer.
While DE does allow religious employers to opt-out of birth control coverage, your state limits the “religious exemption” to religious insurance companies, hospitals, medical service corporation, or health care centers.
Delaware will NOT guarantee coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😰
While DE mandates coverage of all your other Vagina Benefits — from pap smears to STI screenings & more — without cost-sharing, DE law simply reiterates federal legislation and is NOT a true state-level “safety net.”
#TiaTranslation: your Vagina Benefits would still be covered 100% so long as the ACA’s definition of “preventive health services” does not change. Given the uncertain future of federal healthcare policies, your future coverage is at risk.

Florida: 2.0/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
Florida will NOT protect your birth control 😰
FL has no legislation in place guaranteeing birth control coverage and has no legislation in place around cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: the choice to cover birth control would fall to individual insurers and employers in your state.
Since FL does NOT have any legislation in place mandating that insurers or employers must cover birth control to begin with, there are no stipulations in your state with regard to opt-out policies.
#TiaTranslation: if your insurer or employer claims a “religious” or “moral” objection, they can opt-out due to the broadened federal definition.
Florida does NOT guarantee coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😰
FL mandates coverage of certain Vagina Benefits (mammograms, breast cancer screens, HIV screens & well-person exams) without cost-sharing, but not all of them. Moreover, your state does NOT cover certain Vagina Benefits (such as UTI screens, other STD screens & your pap-smear). Therefore, these services would not be covered.
#TiaTranslation: certain Vagina Benefits would be covered 100%; for others, you could end up splitting the cost with your insurer or employer.

Georgia: 6.25/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
Georgia will still protect your birth control... sort of 😐
While GA does mandate coverage of birth control, your state only requires insurers that already cover other prescription medications to cover all FDA-approved birth control methods. Furthermore, GA allows cost-sharing, and unlike many other states, does NOT require that cost-sharing be “equitable.”
#TiaTranslation: so long as your insurance plan includes prescription coverage, your birth control would be covered somewhat. However, you could end up splitting or even paying the majority of the cost of your birth control with your employer or insurer.
GA does NOT have legislation in place about what types of employers qualify for a “religious exemption” from the birth control mandate.
#TiaTranslation: if your employer claims a “religious” or “moral” objection, they can opt-out due to the broadened federal definition.
Georgia does NOT guarantee coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😰
GA mandates coverage of certain Vagina Benefits (mammograms & pap-smears), but they are not guaranteed without cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: you could have to pay for part or all of the cost of your other Vagina Benefits.

Hawaii: 7.5/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
Hawaii will still protect your birth control 🙌
HI mandates coverage of all FDA-approved birth control methods — from the pill to the IUD — as well as any birth control consultation you may need, and without cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: in HI, you would still have access to birth control for $0
HI allows religious employers — and employers owned or controlled by a religious organization (think: a school owned by a church) — to opt-out of birth control coverage.
Hawaii will guarantee SOME coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😐
While HI mandates coverage of all your other Vagina Benefits — from pap smears to STI screenings & more — without cost-sharing, HI law simply reiterates federal legislation and is NOT a true state-level “safety net.” However, HI does mandate coverage of some of Vagina Benefits (mammograms) at the state level.
#TiaTranslation: your Vagina Benefits would still be covered 100% so long as the ACA’s definition of “preventive health services” does not change. Given the uncertain future of federal healthcare policies, this puts your coverage for everything but mammograms at risk.

Idaho: 0.5/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
Idaho will NOT protect your birth control 😰
ID has no legislation in place guaranteeing birth control coverage and has no legislation in place around cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: the choice to cover birth control would fall to individual insurers and employers in your state.
Since ID does not have any legislation in place mandating that insurers or employers must cover birth control to begin with, there are no stipulations in your state with regard to opt-out policies.
#TiaTranslation: if your insurer or employer claims a “religious” or “moral” objection, they can opt-out due to the broadened federal definition.
Idaho will guarantee SOME coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😐
ID mandates coverage for one of your Vagina Benefits (mammograms), but it is not guaranteed without cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: you could have to pay for part or all of the cost of your other Vagina Benefits.

Illinois: 5.5/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
Illinois will still protect your birth control... sort of 😐
IL mandates coverage of all FDA-approved birth control methods — from the pill to the IUD — as well as any birth control consultation you may need, but would not uphold cost-sharing outside if the federal policy were to change.
#TiaTranslation: in IL, you would still have access to birth control, but if the ACA were to go away, you could end up splitting the cost of your birth control with your employer or insurer.
IL allows employers to opt-out of birth control coverage for either “religious” or “moral” reasons. However, if your employer chooses to opt-out, they have to find an alternative way to get you birth control coverage.
Illinois will NOT guarantee coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😰
While IL mandates coverage of all your other Vagina Benefits — from pap smears to STI screenings & more — without cost-sharing, IL law simply reiterates federal legislation and is NOT a true state-level “safety net.”
#TiaTranslation: your Vagina Benefits would still be covered 100% so long as the ACA’s definition of “preventive health services” does not change. Given the uncertain future of federal healthcare policies, your future coverage is at risk.

Indiana: 0.5/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
Indiana will NOT protect your birth control 😰
IN has no legislation in place guaranteeing birth control coverage and has no legislation in place around cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: the choice to cover birth control would fall to individual insurers and employers in your state.
Since IN does not have any legislation in place mandating that insurers or employers must cover birth control to begin with, there are no stipulations in your state with regard to opt-out policies.
#TiaTranslation: if your insurer or employer claims a “religious” or “moral” objection, they can opt-out due to the broadened federal definition.
Indiana will NOT guarantee coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😰
IN mandates that some, but not all insurers provide coverage for one of your Vagina Benefits (mammograms), but it is not guaranteed without cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: you could have to pay for part or all of the cost of your other Vagina Benefits.

Iowa: 4.25/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
Iowa will protect your birth control... sort of 😐
While IA does mandate coverage of birth control, your state only requires insurers that already cover other prescription medications to cover all FDA-approved birth control methods. Furthermore, IA allows cost-sharing, and unlike many other states, does NOT require that cost-sharing be “equitable.”
#TiaTranslation: so long as your insurance plan includes prescription coverage, your birth control would be covered somewhat. However, you could end up splitting or even paying the majority of the cost of your birth control with your employer or insurer.
IA does NOT have legislation in place about what types of employers qualify for a “religious exemption” from the birth control mandate.
#TiaTranslation: if your employer claims a “religious” or “moral” objection, they can opt-out due to the broadened federal definition.
Iowa will guarantee SOME coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😐
IA mandates coverage for one of your Vagina Benefits (mammograms), but it is not guaranteed without cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: you could have to pay for part or all of the cost of your other Vagina Benefits.

Kansas: 2.5/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
Kansas will NOT protect your birth control 😰
KS has no legislation in place guaranteeing birth control coverage and has no legislation in place around cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: the choice to cover birth control would fall to individual insurers and employers in your state.
Since KS does not have any legislation in place mandating that insurers or employers must cover birth control to begin with, there are no stipulations in your state with regard to opt-out policies.
#TiaTranslation: if your insurer or employer claims a “religious” or “moral” objection, they can opt-out due to the broadened federal definition.
Kansas will guarantee SOME coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😐
KS mandates coverage of certain Vagina Benefits (mammograms & pap-smears), but they are not guaranteed without cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: you could have to pay for part or all of the cost of your other Vagina Benefits.

Kentucky: 1.5/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
Kentucky will NOT protect your birth control 😰
KY has no legislation in place guaranteeing birth control coverage and has no legislation in place around cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: the choice to cover birth control would fall to individual insurers and employers in your state.
Since KY does not have any legislation in place mandating that insurers or employers must cover birth control to begin with, there are no stipulations in your state with regard to opt-out policies.
#TiaTranslation: if your insurer or employer claims a “religious” or “moral” objection, they can opt-out due to the broadened federal definition.
Kentucky will guarantee SOME coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😐
KY mandates coverage of certain Vagina Benefits (mammograms & pap smears), but they are not guaranteed without cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: you could have to pay for part or all of the cost of your other Vagina Benefits.

Louisiana: 1.5/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
Louisiana will NOT protect your birth control 😰
LA has no legislation in place guaranteeing birth control coverage and has no legislation in place around cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: the choice to cover birth control would fall to individual insurers and employers in your state.
Since LA does not have any legislation in place mandating that insurers or employers must cover birth control to begin with, there are no stipulations in your state with regard to opt-out policies.
#TiaTranslation: if your insurer or employer claims a “religious” or “moral” objection, they can opt-out due to the broadened federal definition.
Louisiana will guarantee SOME coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😐
LA mandates coverage of certain Vagina Benefits (mammograms & pap smears), but they are not guaranteed without cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: you could have to pay for part or all of the cost of your other Vagina Benefits.

Maine: 7.25/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
Maine will protect your birth control… sort of 😐
While ME does mandate coverage of birth control, your state only requires insurers that already cover other prescription medications to cover all FDA-approved birth control methods. Furthermore, ME allows cost-sharing, and unlike many other states, does NOT require that cost-sharing be “equitable.”
#TiaTranslation: so long as your insurance plan includes prescription coverage, your birth control would be covered somewhat. However, you could end up splitting or even paying the majority of the cost of your birth control with your employer or insurer.
ME allows any religious organization for which birth control violates its religious beliefs to “opt-out” of birth control coverage. However, ME does NOT allow employers to opt-out for “moral” reasons.
Maine will NOT guarantee coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😰
While ME mandates coverage of all your other Vagina Benefits — from pap smears to STI screenings & more — without cost-sharing, ME law simply reiterates federal legislation and is NOT a true state-level “safety net.”
#TiaTranslation: your Vagina Benefits would still be covered 100% so long as the ACA’s definition of “preventive health services” does not change. Given the uncertain future of federal healthcare policies, your future coverage is at risk.

Maryland: 4.5/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
Maryland will protect your birth control... sort of 😐
While MD does mandate coverage of birth control, MD only requires insurers that already cover other prescription medications to cover the 18 FDA-approved birth control methods. Additionally, unlike many other states, MD does NOT have any cost-sharing legislation in place.
#TiaTranslation: so long as your insurance plan includes prescription coverage, your birth control would be covered. However, you could end up splitting or even paying the majority of the cost of your birth control with your employer or insurer.
MD allows employers that fall under certain tax codes to qualify for a “religious exemption” — even if the employer is not a religious institution.
#TiaTranslation: depending on how your employer files their taxes, they may be able to opt-out of covering your birth control.
Maryland does NOT guarantee coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😰
MD mandates coverage of certain Vagina Benefits (breast cancer screening, screening for some STDs & well-person exams), but they are not guaranteed without cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: you could have to pay for part or all of the cost of your other Vagina Benefits.

Massachusetts: 5.25/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
Massachusetts will still protect your birth control... sort of 😐
While MA does mandate coverage of birth control, your state only requires insurers that already cover other prescription medications to cover all FDA-approved birth control methods. Furthermore, MA allows cost-sharing, and unlike many other states, does NOT require that cost-sharing be “equitable.”
#TiaTranslation: so long as your insurance plan includes prescription coverage, your birth control would be covered somewhat. However, you could end up splitting or even paying the majority of the cost of your birth control with your employer or insurer.
MA allows religious organizations and “qualified church-controlled organizations” (think: a school owned by a church) to opt-out of birth control coverage.
Massachusetts does NOT guarantee coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😰
MA mandates coverage for one of your Vagina Benefits (mammograms), but it is not guaranteed without cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: you could have to pay for part or all of the cost of your other Vagina Benefits.

Michigan: 3.0/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
Michigan will protect your birth control... sort of 😐
MI does NOT mandate birth control coverage. However, the MI Civil Rights Commission did issue legislation that requires insurance plans that cover other prescriptions to also cover birth control with cost-sharing at an “equitable rate.”
#TiaTranslation: so long as your insurance plan includes prescription coverage, your birth control would be covered somewhat. However, you could end up splitting the cost with your insurer or employer.
MI allows religious employers for which birth control violates their religious tenets to opt-out of birth control coverage. If your employer is NOT a “religious organization,” they cannot opt-out.
Michigan will NOT guarantee coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😰
MI has no legislation in place whatsoever specifically mandating coverage of your other Vagina Benefits.
#TiaTranslation: coverage of things like pap smears, STI screenings, and well-person exams would be up to insurers in your state.

Minnesota: 4.25/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
Minnesota will NOT protect your birth control 😰
MN has no legislation in place guaranteeing birth control coverage and has no legislation in place around cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: the choice to cover birth control would fall to individual insurers and employers in your state.
Since MN does not have any legislation in place mandating that insurers or employers cover birth control to begin with, there are no stipulations in your state with regard to opt-out policies.
#TiaTranslation: if your insurer or employer claims a “religious” or “moral” objection, they can opt-out due to the broadened federal definition.
Minnesota will NOT guarantee coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😰
While MN mandates coverage of all your other Vagina Benefits — from pap smears to STI screenings & more — without cost-sharing, MN law simply reiterates federal legislation and is NOT a true state-level “safety net.”
#TiaTranslation: your Vagina Benefits would still be covered 100% so long as the ACA’s definition of “preventive health services” does not change. Given the uncertain future of federal healthcare policies, your future coverage is at risk.

Mississippi: 0.5/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
Mississippi will NOT protect your birth control 😰
MS has no legislation in place guaranteeing birth control coverage and has no legislation in place around cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: the choice to cover birth control would fall to individual insurers and employers in your state.
Since MS does not have any legislation in place mandating that insurers or employers must cover birth control to begin with, there are no stipulations in your state with regard to opt-out policies.
#TiaTranslation: if your insurer or employer claims a “religious” or “moral” objection, they can opt-out due to the broadened federal definition.
Mississippi will guarantee SOME coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😐
MS mandates coverage of one of your Vagina Benefits (mammograms), but it is not guaranteed without cost-sharing
#TiaTranslation: you could have to pay for part or all of the cost of your other Vagina Benefits.

Missouri: 6.0/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
Missouri will protect your birth control… sort of 😐
While MO does mandate coverage of birth control, your state only requires insurers that already cover other prescription medications to cover all FDA-approved birth control methods. Furthermore, MO allows cost-sharing, and unlike many other states, does NOT require that cost-sharing be “equitable.”
#TiaTranslation: so long as your insurance plan includes prescription coverage, your birth control would be covered somewhat. However, you could end up splitting or even paying the majority of the cost of your birth control with your employer or insurer.
MO allows employers to opt-out of birth control coverage for either “religious” or “moral” reasons. However, if your employer chooses to opt-out, they have to find an alternative way to get you birth control coverage.
Missouri will guarantee SOME coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😐
MS mandates coverage of certain Vagina Benefits (mammograms, pap smears, HIV screens & well-person exams), but they are not guaranteed without cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: you could have to pay for part or all of the cost of your other Vagina Benefits.

Montana: 4.25/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
Montana will protect your birth control... sort of 😐
According to MT law, your state does NOT mandate birth control coverage. However, an anti-discrimination opinion given by the Attorney General requires cost-sharing for birth control at an “equitable rate.”
#TiaTranslation: even though it’s not codified in the law, your employer would have to cover at least part of your birth control costs.
Currently, MT prohibits any employers from opting-out of birth control coverage.
Montana will guarantee SOME coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😐
MT mandates coverage of one of your Vagina Benefits (breast cancer screening), but it is not guaranteed without cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: you could have to pay for part or all of the cost of your other Vagina Benefits.

Nebraska: 0.5/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
Nebraska will NOT protect your birth control 😰
NE has no legislation in place guaranteeing birth control coverage and has no legislation in place around cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: the choice to cover birth control would fall to individual insurers and employers in your state.
Since NE does not have any legislation in place mandating that insurers or employers must cover birth control to begin with, there are no stipulations in your state with regard to opt-out policies.
#TiaTranslation: if your insurer or employer claims a “religious” or “moral” objection, they can opt-out due to the broadened federal definition.
Nebraska will guarantee SOME coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😐
NE mandates coverage of one of your Vagina Benefits (breast cancer screens), but it is not guaranteed without cost-sharing
#TiaTranslation: you could have to pay for part or all of the cost of your other Vagina Benefits.

Nevada: 5.0/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
Nevada will still protect your birth control 🙌
NV mandates coverage of FDA-approved birth control methods — from the pill to the IUD — as well as any birth control consultation you may need, and without cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: in NV, you would still have access to birth control for $0.
NV limits the “religious exemption” opt-out to only specified religious employers. Additionally, NV explicitly does NOT allow employers to claim a “moral” exemption.
Nevada will guarantee SOME coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😐
NV mandates coverage of certain Vagina Benefits (mammograms, pap smears & well-person exams), but they are not guaranteed without cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: you could have to pay for part or all of the cost of your other Vagina Benefits.

New Hampshire: 4.0/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
New Hampshire will protect your birth control... sort of 😐
While NH does mandate coverage of birth control, your state only requires insurers that already cover other prescription medications to cover all FDA-approved birth control methods. Furthermore, NH allows cost-sharing, and unlike many other states, does NOT require that cost-sharing be “equitable.”
#TiaTranslation: so long as your insurance plan includes prescription coverage, your birth control would be covered somewhat. However, you could end up splitting or even paying the majority of the cost of your birth control with your employer or insurer.
NH allows religious employers to opt-out of birth control coverage for which birth control violates their religious tenets. If your employer is NOT a “religious organization,” they cannot opt-out.
New Hampshire will guarantee SOME coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😐
NH mandates coverage of one of your Vagina Benefits (mammograms), but it is not guaranteed without cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: you could have to pay for part or all of the cost of your other Vagina Benefits.

New Jersey: 6.5/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
New Jersey will still protect your birth control... sort of 😐
While NJ does mandate coverage of birth control, your state only requires insurers that already cover other prescription medications to cover FDA-approved birth control methods. Furthermore, NJ allows cost-sharing, and unlike many other states, does NOT require that cost-sharing be “equitable.”
#TiaTranslation: so long as your insurance plan includes prescription coverage, your birth control would be covered somewhat. However, you could end up splitting or even paying the majority of the cost of your birth control with your employer or insurer.
NJ allows religious employers — and employers supported by religious organizations (think: a school affiliated with a church) — to opt out of birth control coverage for “religious” reasons.
New Jersey will NOT guarantee coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😰
While NJ mandates coverage of all your other Vagina Benefits — from pap smears to STI screenings & more — without cost-sharing, NJ law simply reiterates federal legislation and is NOT a true state-level “safety net.”
#TiaTranslation: your Vagina Benefits would still be covered 100% so long as the ACA’s definition of “preventive health services” does not change. Given the uncertain future of federal healthcare policies however, this puts your future coverage at risk.

New Mexico: 5.0/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
New Mexico will protect your birth control... sort of 😐
While NM does mandate coverage of birth control, your state only requires insurers that already cover other prescription medications to cover all FDA-approved birth control methods. Furthermore, NM allows cost-sharing, and unlike many other states, does NOT require that cost-sharing be “equitable.”
#TiaTranslation: so long as your insurance plan includes prescription coverage, your birth control would be covered somewhat. However, you could end up splitting or even paying the majority of the cost of your birth control with your employer or insurer.
NM allows any not-for-profit organization or any organization listed in the “Official Catholic Directory” that has a “moral opposition” to birth control to opt-out of birth control coverage. However, if your employer chooses to opt-out, they have to find you an alternative way to get you birth control coverage.
New Mexico will guarantee SOME coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😐
NM mandates coverage of certain Vagina Benefits (mammograms & pap smears), but they are not guaranteed without cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: you could have to pay for part or all of the cost of your other Vagina Benefits.

New York: 9.25/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
New York will still protect your birth control 🙌
NY mandates coverage of all FDA-approved birth control methods — from the pill to the IUD — as well as any birth control consultation you may need, and without cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: in NY, you would still have access to birth control for $0.
NY limits the “religious exemption” opt-out to only specified religious organizations. Additionally, NY explicitly does NOT allow employers to claim a “moral” exemption.
New York will guarantee coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 💪
New York mandates coverage of all your other Vagina Benefits — from pap smears to STI screenings & more — and without cost-sharing, so long as the services are provided by specifically-accredited doctors.
#TiaTranslation: your Vagina Benefits would still be covered 100%.

North Carolina: 5.0/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
North Carolina will still protect your birth control... sort of 😐
While NC does mandate coverage of birth control, your state only requires insurers that already cover other prescription medications to cover all FDA-approved birth control methods. Furthermore, NC allows cost-sharing, and unlike many other states, does NOT require that cost-sharing be “equitable.”
#TiaTranslation: so long as your insurance plan includes prescription coverage, your birth control would be covered somewhat. However, you could end up splitting or even paying the majority of the cost of your birth control with your employer or insurer.
Although NC does allow some employers to opt-out of birth control coverage, NC limits those who can opt out to only organizations that have specific tax-exemptions and are organized for religious purposes.
North Carolina will guaranteed SOME coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😐
NC mandates coverage of certain Vagina Benefits (mammograms & pap-smears), but they are not guaranteed without cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: you could have to pay for part or all of the cost of your other Vagina Benefits.

North Dakota: 0.5/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
North Dakota will NOT protect your birth control 😰
ND has no legislation in place guaranteeing birth control coverage and has no legislation in place around cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: the choice to cover birth control would fall to individual insurers and employers in your state.
Since ND does not have any legislation in place mandating that insurers or employers must cover birth control to begin with, there are no stipulations in your state with regard to opt-out policies.
#TiaTranslation: if your insurer or employer claims a “religious” or “moral” objection, they can opt-out due to the broadened federal definition.
North Dakota will guarantee SOME coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😐
ND mandates coverage of one of your Vagina Benefits (mammograms), but it is not guaranteed without cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: you could have to pay for part or all of the cost of your other Vagina Benefits.

Ohio: 1.5/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
Ohio will NOT protect your birth control 😰
OH has no legislation in place guaranteeing birth control coverage and has no legislation in place around cost-sharing. Furthermore, OH is the only state that specifically allows insurers to NOT cover a certain class of drugs, such as birth control.
#TiaTranslation: the choice to cover birth control would fall to individual insurers and employers.
Since OH does not have any legislation in place mandating that insurers or employers must cover birth control to begin with, there are no stipulations in your state with regard to opt-out policies.
#TiaTranslation: if your insurer or employer claims a “religious” or “moral” objection, they can opt-out due to the broadened federal definition.
Ohio will guarantee SOME coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😐
OH mandates coverage of one of your Vagina Benefits (well-person exams), but it is not guaranteed without cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: you could have to pay for part or all of the cost of your other Vagina Benefits.

Oklahoma: 0.5/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
Oklahoma will NOT protect your birth control 😰
OK has no legislation in place guaranteeing birth control coverage and has no legislation in place around cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: the choice to cover birth control would fall to individual insurers and employers in your state.
Since OK does not have any legislation in place mandating that insurers or employers must cover birth control to begin with, there are no stipulations in your state with regard to opt-out policies.
#TiaTranslation: if your insurer or employer claims a “religious” or “moral” objection, they can opt-out due to the broadened federal definition.
Oklahoma will guarantee SOME coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😐
OK mandates coverage of certain Vagina Benefits (mammograms & pap smears), but they are not guaranteed without cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: you could have to pay for part or all of the cost of your other Vagina Benefits.

Oregon: 7.25/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
Oregon will still protect your birth control... sort of 😐
While OR does mandate coverage of birth control, your state only requires insurers that already cover other prescription medications to cover FDA-approved birth control methods. Furthermore, OR allows cost-sharing, and unlike many other states, does NOT require that cost-sharing be “equitable.”
#TiaTranslation: so long as your insurance plan includes prescription coverage, your birth control would be covered. However, you could end up splitting the cost with your employer or insurer.
OR limits the “religious exemption” opt-out to only specified religious employers. Additionally, OR explicitly does NOT allow employers to claim a “moral” exemption.”
Oregon does NOT guarantee coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😰
Oregon mandates coverage of your other Vagina Benefits only if you are insured by a plan bought through the state-run exchange, but NOT if you are insured by an employer.
#TiaTranslation: if you have employer-based insurance, coverage of your other Vagina Benefits would be up to your individual employer.

Pennsylvania: 1.5/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
Pennsylvania will NOT protect your birth control 😰
PA has no state-specific legislation mandating birth control coverage, and instead, “defers to existing federal guidelines.”
#TiaTranslation: if the ACA birth control mandate went away, so too would birth control coverage in PA.
Since PA does not have any legislation in place mandating that insurers or employers cover birth control to begin with, there are no stipulations in your state with regard to opt-out policies.
#TiaTranslation: if your insurer or employer claims a “religious” or “moral” objection, they can opt-out due to the broadened federal definition.
Pennsylvania does NOT guarantee coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😰
PA mandates coverage for one of your Vagina Benefits (mammograms) without cost-sharing, but not the rest of them. Moreover, your state does NOT cover certain Vagina Benefits (such as other types of breast cancer screens, UTI screens, STD screens, pap-smears & well-person exams). Therefore, these services would not be covered.
#TiaTranslation: certain Vagina Benefits would be covered 100%; for others, you could end up splitting the cost with your insurer or employer.

Rhode Island: 4.5/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
Rhode Island will protect your birth control... sort of 😐
While RI does mandate coverage of birth control, your state only requires insurers that already cover other prescription medications to cover all FDA-approved birth control methods. Furthermore, RI allows cost-sharing, and unlike many other states, does NOT require that cost-sharing be “equitable.”
#TiaTranslation: so long as your insurance plan includes prescription coverage, your birth control would be covered somewhat. However, you could end up splitting or even paying the majority of the cost of your birth control with your employer or insurer.
RI allows churches and church-controlled institutions for which birth control violates its religious beliefs to “opt-out” of birth control coverage. However, if your employer chooses to opt-out, they have to find you an alternative way to get you birth control coverage.
Rhode Island will guarantee SOME coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😐
RI mandates coverage of certain Vagina Benefits (mammograms & pap smears), but they are not guaranteed without cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: you could have to pay for part or all of the cost of your other Vagina Benefits.

South Carolina: 1.5/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
South Carolina will NOT protect your birth control 😰:
SC has no legislation in place guaranteeing birth control coverage and has no legislation in place around cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: the choice to cover birth control would fall to individual insurers and employers in your state.
Since SC does not have any legislation in place mandating that insurers or employers must cover birth control to begin with, there are no stipulations in your state with regard to opt-out policies.
#TiaTranslation: if your insurer or employer claims a “religious” or “moral” objection, they can opt-out due to the broadened federal definition.
South Carolina will guarantee SOME coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😐
SC mandates coverage of certain Vagina Benefits (mammograms & pap smears), but they are not guaranteed without cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: you could have to pay for part or all of the cost of your other Vagina Benefits.

South Dakota: 0.5/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
South Dakota will NOT protect your birth control 😰
SD has no legislation in place guaranteeing birth control coverage and has no legislation in place around cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: the choice to cover birth control would fall to individual insurers and employers in your state.
Since SD does not have any legislation in place mandating that insurers or employers must cover birth control to begin with, there are no stipulations in your state with regard to opt-out policies.
#TiaTranslation: if your insurer or employer claims a “religious” or “moral” objection, they can opt-out due to the broadened federal definition.
South Dakota will guarantee SOME coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😐
SD mandates coverage of one of your Vagina Benefits (mammograms), but it is not guaranteed without cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: you could have to pay for part or all of the cost of your other Vagina Benefits.

Tennessee: 0.5/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
Tennessee will NOT protect your birth control 😰
TN has no legislation in place guaranteeing birth control coverage and has no legislation in place around cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: the choice to cover birth control would fall to individual insurers and employers in your state.
Since TN does not have any legislation in place mandating that insurers or employers must cover birth control to begin with, there are no stipulations in your state with regard to opt-out policies.
#TiaTranslation: if your insurer or employer claims a “religious” or “moral” objection, they can opt-out due to the broadened federal definition.
Tennessee will guarantee SOME coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😐
TN mandates coverage of one of your Vagina Benefits (mammograms), but it is not guaranteed without cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: you could have to pay for part or all of the cost of your other Vagina Benefits.

Texas: 4.5/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
Texas will still protect your birth control... sort of 😐
TX does NOT mandate birth control coverage, and instead, gives employers the option to include coverage of birth control in its health insurance plans. While Texas requires insurers that already cover prescription medications to cover FDA-approved birth control methods, it does NOT require that cost-sharing be “equitable”.
#TiaTranslation: your birth control coverage may vary from employer to employer. Even if you do get coverage, you could end up splitting or even paying the majority of the cost of your birth control with your employer or insurer.
TX allows employers to opt-out of birth control coverage for either “religious” or “moral” reasons — unless coverage is necessary to “protect the life or health” of the employee.
Texas will NOT guarantee coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😰
TX mandates coverage of certain Vagina Benefits (well-person exams & mammograms), but they are not guaranteed without cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: you could have to pay for part or all of the cost of your other Vagina Benefits.

Utah: 0.0/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
Utah will NOT protect your birth control 😰
UT has no legislation in place guaranteeing birth control coverage and has no legislation in place around cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: the choice to cover birth control would fall to individual insurers and employers in your state.
Since UT does not have any legislation in place mandating that insurers or employers must cover birth control to begin with, there are no stipulations in your state with regard to opt-out policies.
#TiaTranslation: if your insurer or employer claims a “religious” or “moral” objection, they can opt-out due to the broadened federal definition.
Utah will NOT guarantee coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😰
UT has no legislation in place whatsoever mandating coverage of your other Vagina Benefits.
#TiaTranslation: coverage of things like pap smears, STI screenings, and well-person exams would be up to employers and insurers in your state.

Vermont: 5.5/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
Vermont will protect your birth control... sort of 😐
While VT does mandate coverage of birth control, VT only requires insurers that already cover other prescription medications to cover the 18 FDA-approved birth control methods. Furthermore, VT allows cost-sharing, and unlike many other states, does NOT require that cost-sharing be “equitable.”
#TiaTranslation: so long as your insurance plan includes prescription coverage, your birth control would be covered somewhat. However, you could end up splitting or even paying the majority of the cost of your birth control with your employer or insurer.
VT does NOT allow employers to “opt-out” of birth control coverage.
Vermont will guarantee SOME coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😐
VT mandates coverage of one of your Vagina Benefits (mammograms), but it is not guaranteed without cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: you could have to pay for part or all of the cost of your other Vagina Benefits.

Virginia: 2.5/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
Virginia will protect your birth control... sort of 😐
VA is the only state that mandates birth control coverage for only state employees, and not regular citizens. However, VA does mandate cost-sharing at an “equitable rate” for all prescription drugs, including birth control. This applies to non-state employees, too.
#TiaTranslation: depending on your employer, you could end up splitting the cost of your birth control with your employer or insurer.
VA does NOT have legislation in place about what types of employers qualify for a “religious exemption” from the birth control mandate.
#TiaTranslation: if your employer claims a “religious” or “moral” objection, they can opt-out due to the broadened federal definition.
Virginia will guarantee SOME coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😐
VA mandates coverage of certain Vagina Benefits (mammograms & pap smears), but they are not guaranteed without cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: you could have to pay for part or all of the cost of your other Vagina Benefits.

Washington: 3.75/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
Washington will still protect your birth control coverage... sort of 😐
While WA does mandate coverage of birth control, your state only requires insurers that already cover other prescription medications to cover FDA-approved birth control methods. Furthermore, WA allows cost-sharing, and unlike many other states, does NOT require that cost-sharing be “equitable.”
#TiaTranslation: so long as your insurance plan includes prescription coverage, your birth control would be covered somewhat. However, you could end up splitting or even paying the majority of the cost of your birth control with your employer or insurer.
WA allows employers to “opt-out” of birth control coverage for either religious or moral objections. However, if your employer does opt-out, they would have to find you an alternative way to get it covered.
Washington will NOT guarantee coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😰
WA mandates coverage of one of your Vagina Benefits (mammograms), but it is not guaranteed without cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: you could have to pay for part or all of the cost of your other Vagina Benefits.

West Virginia: 5.0/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
West Virginia will protect your birth control... sort of 😐
While WV does mandate coverage of birth control, your state only requires insurers that already cover other prescription medications to cover all FDA-approved birth control methods. Furthermore, WV allows cost-sharing, and unlike many other states, does NOT require that cost-sharing be “equitable.”
#TiaTranslation: so long as your insurance plan includes prescription coverage, your birth control would be covered somewhat. However, you could end up splitting or even paying the majority of the cost of your birth control with your employer or insurer.
WV allows any not-for-profit organization or any organization listed in the “Official Catholic Directory” that has a “moral opposition” to birth control to opt-out of birth control coverage. However, if your employer chooses to opt-out, they have to find you an alternative way to get you birth control coverage.
West Virgina will guarantee SOME coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😐
WV upholds a governor’s order mandating coverage of certain Vagina Benefits (mammograms & pap smears), but they are not guaranteed without cost-sharing. Furthermore, this is not codified into WV law.
#TiaTranslation: you could have to pay for part or all of the cost of your other Vagina Benefits.

Wisconsin: 4.0/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
Wisconsin will protect your birth control... sort of 😐
While WI does mandate coverage of birth control, your state only requires insurers that already cover other prescription medications to cover all FDA-approved birth control methods. Furthermore, WI allows cost-sharing, and unlike many other states, does NOT require that cost-sharing be “equitable.”
#TiaTranslation: so long as your insurance plan includes prescription coverage, your birth control would be covered somewhat. However, you could end up splitting or even paying the majority of the cost of your birth control with your employer or insurer.
Per a ruling from the WI Equal Rights Division, your state ruled that an employer’s failure to cover birth control constituted sexual discrimination. Therefore, WI does NOT allow employers to “opt-out” of birth control coverage.
Wisconsin will guarantee SOME coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😐
WI mandates coverage of certain Vagina Benefits (mammograms & HIV screens), but they are not guaranteed without cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: you could have to pay for part or all of the cost of your other Vagina Benefits.

Wyoming: 2.5/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
Wyoming will NOT protect your birth control 😰
WY has no legislation in place guaranteeing birth control coverage and has no legislation in place around cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: the choice to cover birth control would fall to individual insurers and employers in your state.
Since WY does not have any legislation in place mandating that insurers or employers must cover birth control to begin with, there are no stipulations in your state with regard to opt-out policies.
#TiaTranslation: if your insurer or employer claims a “religious” or “moral” objection, they can opt-out due to the broadened federal definition.
Wyoming will guarantee SOME coverage of your other Vagina Benefits 😐
WY mandates coverage of certain Vagina Benefits (mammograms & pap smears), but they are not guaranteed without cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: you could have to pay for part or all of the cost of your other Vagina Benefits.

District of Columbia: 1.75/10

If the Vagina Benefits are no longer guaranteed by the federal government…
The District of Columbia will NOT protect your birth control 😰
D.C. has no legislation in place guaranteeing birth control coverage and has no legislation in place around cost-sharing.
#TiaTranslation: the choice to cover birth control would fall to individual insurers and employers in your state.
Since D.C. does NOT have any legislation in place mandating that insurers or employers must cover birth control to begin with, there are no stipulations in your state with regard to opt-out policies.
#TiaTranslation: if your insurer or employer claims a “religious” or “moral” objection, they can opt-out due to the broadened federal definition.
The District of Columbia does NOT guarantee coverage of your other Vagina Benefits.
D.C. mandates coverage of certain Vagina Benefits (mammograms, pap-smears & HIV screens) without cost-sharing, but not all of them. Furthermore, D.C. does NOT cover certain Vagina Benefits such as well-person exams, UTI screens, other STD screens, and breast cancer prevention screens.
#TiaTranslation: certain Vagina Benefits would be covered 100%; for others, you could end up splitting the cost with your insurer or employer.

So, what can I do about it?

There are actions we can each take to activate and protect our Vagina Benefits — individually and collectively — for the betterment of all vagina-bearing humans. We’ve got power in numbers here (we’re talking half the population!), so let’s make our voices heard #MyVaginaMyRights

Action List

  • If you’re not yet insured for 2018, sign up for health insurance through the ACA's insurance marketplace. You have days left of Open Enrollment!
  • If you’ve got employer-based insurance, encourage your employer to take a stand and preserve your Vagina Benefits in their 2018 insurance plans.
  • Push your representatives to protect the Vagina Benefits on the state-level.
  • Share #MyVaginaMyRights to help others get smart on their healthcare rights!