First, there is no discrimination going on regarding the Hobby Lobby decision, other than the HHS Mandate discrimination against the owners of Hobby Lobby.
If your question will people be further empowered to exercise their religious liberty without government interference in and confiscation of that liberty, I sure hope so. It is also a fact that, since contraceptives of many kinds are legal, women who do not share those religious beliefs still have access to them. Therefore, there is no limit of access to these products.
On this site I’ve read about religious business owners who don’t want to serve homosexual people if they are getting married. I know everyone is lauding this on this site. What if someone decides for whatever religious reason they don’t want to serve Catholics. This is dangerous territory to tread in
There is a couple of differences between the Hobby Lobby decision and your scenario.
When the baker is forced against his will and religious liberty to provide, for example, a wedding cake, he is not required to do so out of his own pocket. Even a same-gender couple has to pay for the cake.
Nobody dies in the transaction between the baker and the same-gender couple. An innocent life dies when an abortifaciant is used.
That said, if someone doesn’t want to serve me because I am a Missouri Synod Lutheran, I consider that his/her right under freedom of association. As a former business owner, I would also consider it a stupid business decision.