Tranny Triumphs Over Aetna, Who Now Has To Cover Mammograms For Tits Of Any Sex

Posted: May 2 @ 10:00am by 610 in Bolivian

[NJ]  A 44-year-old transgender New Jersey woman has prevailed in a dispute with her insurance company over coverage for a mammogram, according to a report on the Transgender Legal Defense & Education Fund website. Beth Scott’s victory came after a series of appeals in a long-running dispute with Aetna. The dispute, according to the TLDEF, began after Scott had a mammogram almost two years ago. The report said Scott’s procedure followed a doctor’s recommendation. Aetna, according to the report, cited exclusions and said it would not cover the claim because Scott developed breasts after she changed sexes. Scott and TLDEF argued mammograms have nothing to do with a person changing sex characteristics. Aetna eventually reversed field and said it would cover the full cost of Scott’s procedure. The report said Scott also won changes to Aetna’s plan, guaranteeing transgender people have access to sex-specific care, including prostate exams and gynecological care.

Wait I couldn’t get a mammogram until Mr. Beth Scott got Aetna to cave?  Shit I have Oxford.  Are my breasts protected?  Why does it matter if you have ovaries or not to get your cans checked?  I can get breast cancer just like anyone else.  This story actually represents the male species perfectly.  Like we had no idea our moobies weren’t covered under our insurance plans for cancer-preventative mammograms.  Who gives a fuck, right?  When’s the game on again?  Shame on you, Aetna, for trying to skimp because of our apathy.  Ironic that tranny Beth, in his never-ending quest to escape his manhood, ends up a hero to whom she doesn’t want to be.  OK so men still aren’t gonna go get their tittays X-rayed, but at least I know that if I eventually discover a lump I choose to ignore, there’s at least a medical option available for me to procrastinate in scheduling.

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Comments
  1. Anonymous says:

    She’s kinda cute, if you ask me.
    Or, wait, is that actually a guy?
    Does this mean I’m gay now?

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