Women (Nasty or otherwise) are going to be the reason that Donald Trump is NEVER President!
What would be different about a Jehovah's Witness owner making a determination that your heath care which you pay for doesn't cover blood transfusions? Or what about a Scientologist refusing to contribute to mandated prescription drug care? These aren't just hypothetical situations. They're very very real.
If I'm a business owner and I can use my religious beliefs to avoid paying for something, then I'm certainly going to do it. This gives people with "deeply held" religious beliefs a governmentally derived benefit which is a CLEAR violation of the establishment clause.
All you're doing is spewing right wing talking points. If you have a serious point, such as that cost and/or access posed no barrier to women getting reliable contraception, that's fine. Make that point and we can debate something concrete. But what the research says is making things hard to get and expensive, especially on the budget of a poor person, that few will actually, you know, access it. And when you remove barriers, such as cost, and difficulty, more women use reliable contraception. If you disagree, that's fine, but what part exactly do you disagree with?
What rights has a woman lost due to this ruling? Sounds to me like leftwing actions on your part. I don't think it is the employees right to tell a private business owner what benefits to provide for an employee. You want specific benefits, either start your own business or find a company that meets your requirements
I don't believe anything in the FLSA conflicts with the RFRA, but there hasn't been a case asking for clarification either.
“I think if Thomas Jefferson were looking down, the author of the Bill of Rights, on what’s being proposed here, he’d agree with it. He would agree that the First Amendment cannot be absolute.” - Chuck Schumer (D). Yet, Madison and Mason wrote the Bill of Rights, according to Sheila Jackson Lee, 400 years ago. Yup, it's a fact.
And it's also odd that you want women to be responsible about preventing pregnancy (if that's the goal) and then don't see any problems when an employer puts up barriers that makes it more expensive and far more difficult to be responsible. Instead of getting contraception at the local drugstore, there's no problem making them trek across town, wait in a long line at the PP office right wingers are trying like heck to shut down and defund all over the country. If you want to see more unwanted pregnancies and abortions, that's a damn fine way to make that happen because we can scold people all day long and it won't change human nature. Make something, anything, difficult and inconvenient and costly and people do less of it, no matter how much they need to do that thing.
Besides, the problem that is so blindingly obvious to us liberals is the right wingers are drawing this line, and on one side is legitimate "healthcare" and on the other are slut pills. And they can't grasp why women are so upset about getting their slut pills taken away, or making them pay for their slut pills out of their own pocket, or jump through unnecessary hoops to get them. Heck, they can just not f*** if they can't afford their own slut pills.
To lots and lots of women, there is no line there. Healthcare is healthcare, and that emphatically includes contraception and family planning for women of child bearing age.