Apparently, refusing to give us our birth control is not the only thing we have to fear from pharmacists. This is fucked up beyond belief:
"Police charged pharmacist Nicholas Creanza with rape after he allegedly lured the women into the back room of his Springfield pharmacy and gave them exams. Because the women consented to the exams, even though they were being deceived, by law it could not be considered rape, Hampden County prosecutors said in dropping the charges."
Even if rape laws in Massachusetts are so archaic as to not understand rapes are not always necessarily commited by physical force, isn't there some other law under which this guy can be prosecuted? Like, shouldn't it be illegal to impersonate a doctor and perform intensely private "exams" on people (gynecological or otherwise)?!!