if you don't want contraceptives, don't use them.
going without insurance involves taking a huge monetary risk, as noclevername pointed out. think this through: if you now have to pay full price for all your health care, money that you could
be donating to your church, to charities or to political groups that support your beliefs will now be going into the pockets of the same people who make money from producing and prescribing those pills. if you end up seriously injured, or get diagnosed with any number of ailments, you'll end up being one of those people in the ER with tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars in bills that go unpaid. then because of that debt, you'll end up on some sort of government assistance. or if you don't like the idea of stealing (not paying your bills) or stealing (being on welfare), you'll just die early because you won't be able to afford treatment.
from a purely business perspective, it makes zero sense to not supply contraceptives. the customers they'd gain from people like us would not even come close to the customers they wouldn't
gain from people who want the stuff. nearly half of americans get insurance through their employer, anyway, which effectively removes choice since it's usually much cheaper that way.
as inego said, it'll be a moot point anyway, unless the supreme court manages to surprise me..