In an episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, one of the 10th season episodes opens with the following exchange: a woman just raped is in a pharmacy asking for the morning-after pill. The pharmacist recommends she first see a doctor, and then asks if she has considered adoption. The victim then grabs her hands and says "no, I can't have his baby."
In the next exchange, the pharmacist says she plans to charge the victim with assault (for grabbing her hands). An off-hand character remarks something along the lines of, "can you believe the nerve of these doctors, trying to force their beliefs on their patients?" Det. Stabler, who is a Catholic, responds to that with (paraphrased) "maybe if she [the pharmacist] were raped, she would be more sensitive."
Do you think this portrays people opposed to birth control as insensitive or out of their minds?