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I’d like to think Pence’s defenders would be fine with that policy.But there is also a major backward-looking one as well.One of the rallying cries against the (obviously constitutional) Affordable Care Act was that the ACA, by requiring employers to provide insurance coverage for contraception, violated employers’ religious freedom.The leaked “religious liberty” executive order that this administration is reportedly considering also attempts to use religion as a justification for discrimination—against women, in the area of health care, and against gays, lesbians, and bisexuals in family and health services.At the time of the interview, Pence was serving in Congress as a member of the House of Representatives.Taken at its face, Pence’s statement (literally, seriously, or some combination of the two) reveals that he would not eat alone with a woman in his official capacity as a Representative.He would not have breakfast with a female staffer who had worked on a bill that Congress was debating or considering.He would not have coffee with a female staffer who wanted some career advice.

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The Pence policy is of a piece with those policies, and it illustrates their sweeping implications—if you have a right to withhold health coverage from women because of your religious beliefs, why don’t you also have a right not to hire them as employees?

Why don’t you have a right not to meet with them at all?

The reality is that men still hold more leadership positions than women do, and cutting off women’s access to those positions and the people in them will only further perpetuate those disparities.

Maybe Pence would have all of these meetings with women so long as there was no “eating” at the meeting. Why would he meet alone with a woman if he couldn’t eat alone with her?

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