Amanda Blake believes in being prepared.Apparently, you now need to check the religious affiliation of any clinic you go to if you want to get actual medical treatment rather than a sermon. That'll be $68 for the sermon, BTW.
So, when she turned 18 and started dating, she got the blessing of her father and went to get birth control pills even though she had no plans to have sexual relations with anyone.
She didn’t count on seeing a doctor who she said gave her a lecture about morality and her religious beliefs and didn’t prescribe any kind of birth control for her.
Amanda Blake is correct in saying that her religious beliefs are none of her doctor's business. I'd recommend that next time she go to Planned Parenthood.