It was a bad ruling. They had another option, not providing health care (they can just pay the penalty / give people cash) and just on that they probably shouldn't have ruled on the case. On top of that the Supreme Court made a decision at odds with prior history. Plus the hypocrisy from Hobby Lobby since they covered the health care options before (before deciding they didn't like it when mandated) and investing in the companies that make contraception. On, and it's bad science. http://money.cnn.com/2014/07/01/investing/hobby-lobby-401k-contraception/index.html
Very disappointed in this one Supreme court, even if all you did was punt and refuse to rule it would have been better.
Separately, about your post it isn't fair that you get less options. However, they did give singles under 26 an extra option with being able to stay on their parents care longer even if you disagree with the cutoff and same sex couples also qualify.
It would be nice to be able to make our decisions without the government. However, unless we go single payer or everyone through exchanges so that everyone has equal weight because it does not matter what your family structure is, it's unlikely to change.