I know that citing this as a source makes me a geek (and I really don't care about that), but at a very young age, I remember watching a Star Trek episode, where Kirk told a crewman to "Leave his bigotry in his quarters - there was no place for it on the bridge". Even as a little kid, who was raised in a household with at least one racist parent, I saw this, heard it, understood it (as best as a little kid can) and incorporated it into my life.
Now, as far as I can see, this isn't an issue of racism - it's one of religious intolerance. So I still think back to that scene in Trek, written in 1967, and ask myself 'why can't they leave their religious beliefs in their homes? why take it into a place of work and force it on other people?'
I don't think I belong in this time-line.
What an asshat. He needs to go work someplace else, it's not his right to refuse a medically mandated prescription submission from a physician. Not that it's any of his buisness but what if a customer had been taking prescribed b.c. for an issue like a hormone imbalance, or for moderate acne issues, or so on? So infuriating to read that. >_<