This is all about responsibility.
The real issue is medical necessity. There is a medical necessity for contraceptives in very few cases...and I think those really have nothing to do with contraception.
Requiring everyone be covered for what is not a necessity is an imposition of the governing classes’ whims on people.
War is objected to by some but can be seen as a necessity. Therefore, it’s not whimsical. Imposing a requirement to travel to a foreign country would be whimsical.
So, I agree. This is about imposing something that isn’t necessary to impose, and then requiring the violation of religious conscience to accomodate someone’s whim.