I am usually all for looking at the other side of things, in fact I will argue for the other side even if it's not my personal belief on it. However, I can't get on board with this because it is now directly affecting patient care based on our own moral compass. You choose to pick a profession where you take care of patients, all patients from a variety of backgrounds and cultures. The patient is the ones who's rights gets priority; they are after all who you are there for. Where does it end?? I don't agree with addiction so I refuse to Narcan the patient and they just die?? Or maybe I feel overweight people brought it on themselves so I won't be taking care of them either?? Teenage mother, unwed mother, nurse doesn't agree and just doesn't provide care?? The list can go on and on. We don't base our patient care off of our own moral compass. If you want to be able to pick and choose patients and procedures that go along with your own personal cultural beliefs then you find a private practice that follows your beliefs or you find a different profession.