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Atheist business owner believes treatment for erectile dysfunction interferes with evolution, refuses to cover dick pills.

Athiest business owner Ding Lingersen stopped covering dick pills for his employees, citing conflict with his ardent belief in evolution. Lingersen owns a 500-employee accounting firm that employs mostly middle-aged, bald men.

"Why should I subsidize their sexual lives when it conflicts with my beliefs?" Lingersen said. His decision came immediately following a ruling from SCROTUS on the Burwell v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. case.

When asked if he expected resistance to his decision, Lingersen said, "Fundamentalist Christians may be opposed to my decision, but if they're not fit enough to get an erection naturally, then it's just wrong to help them pass their defective genes on to the next generation."
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You should believe in natural selection and survival of the fittest.  Don't cover anything.  Maybe they were not meant to be alive.
 
Nice try, but evolution is a well tested scientific theory with a great deal of supporting evidence. Religious exemptions only apply to made up bullshit.
 
Nobody ever takes a stand on the side of Atheists like me... :(
 
Atheism doesn't require a stand because science doesn't require anyone to believe in it for it to be true.
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