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Brosurance Ad Creators Come Out with New Obamacare Ad for Women

From the creators of Brosurance reportedly comes a new Obamacare ad for ladies. The ad depicts a girl hoping it will be as easy to get a young man to bed as it was for her to get birth control under Obamacare:

“My health insurance covers the pill, which means all I have to worry about is getting him between the covers,” the ad says.

The advertising campaign, entitled “got insurance?,” was started by the nonprofit groups Colorado Consumer Health Initiative and ProgressNow Colorado Education, and has featured ads aimed at getting young people so sign up for health insurance:

Because not having insurance is crazier than doing keg stands.

Because having flu shots covered by insurance frees up money for more-exciting shots.

Because competing at the rolly derby means getting “bloody, bruised, and broken.” 

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