I don’t know if this is in the right sub-forum, but whatever.
I have been reading some threads here on CAF and one about the morals of working in a pharmacy that provides birth control made me think a bit. I know in US there is such a thing like pro-life pharmacies, but where I live(Sweden) the situation is quite different. There is absolutely no pro-life pharmacies(not even pro-life hospitals nor any pro-life OB/GYN:s since you cannot be emplyed as an OB/GYN if you’re not willing to preform abortion, so all our pro-life doctors work in other fields), and they all sell abortificent birth control(like the morning after pill). Abortions, though, are always made at the hospital so a pharmacist would never sell an ordinary abortion pill. Can you even be a pharmacist in Sweden without breaking moral law?
The same thing goes for working in super markets. There is not a single super market that does not sell condoms. And working in the super market is a very common job, and if you’re on the dole you have to take whatever job you can get. Is there any moral issues in this?