PeteTx wrote:Virtually all large corporations pay their own claims and use insurance companies to process the claims and send them the bill. For me, my company uses Aetna and specifically added gender dysphoria coverage but not sexual dysfunction coverage. Gender dysphoria and sexual dysfunction are additional coverages a business must add to Aetna"s plan. Essentially my company paid for a benefit/treatment/procedure for females but not for males. Breast implants post mastectomy are required coverage by federal law. ED meds were covered under a separate pharmacy policy.
Coverage to provide an implant to reassign sex from female to male was heralded corporate wide. But corporate decided not to add the extra coverage for sexual dysfunction. So Aetna categorically denied implants, pumps, injections, corrective surgery, etc. for ED, Peyronie’s, or for prostatectomy.
Blatant sex discrimination.
such bull shit...your right.... blatant sex discrimination!... I wish I was retired lawyer and had some time on my hands. Id love to fight these corporations