ACH told you about two state employees who are suing the state, because the taxpayer-funded state health insurance would not cover transgender surgeries. In this particular case, two men who wanted surgeries to become women.
It is becoming more and more difficult to function as a heterosexual person in a world full of people who are so confused about whether their birth gender was the correct one that was “assigned” to them by their X and Y chromosomes.
Now, lawsuits over it are becoming commonplace, as men who want to be women and women who want to be men are pursuing gender reassignment surgery to accommodate their gender confusion. However, they are learning that insurance companies aren’t willing to reimburse their expenses.
Two University of Wisconsin employees, Shannon Andrews and Alina Boyden, have filed a discrimiation suit against the university, it’s board of regents and insurers for refusing to do gender reassignment surgery to change them from male to female.
Note that they can still go through surgery if they choose (one already did), it is just a matter of them paying for this out of their own pockets.
So we wanted to hear from you. Should states, and thereby, taxpayers, be forced to pay for surgeries such as this?