It's a big leap from NOT trying to outlaw abortion, making contraceptives hard to get and outlaw homosexuals to free birth control and cash entitlements to gays.
I'm surprised there's not more corporate business support for easier access contraception, too, even if the medicine itself costs money. Hormonal birth control for women is dirt cheap. Unplanned pregnancy costs a ton of money in entitlement benefits, school problems and crime in low income women which translates into higher taxes, especially hard-to-escape property taxes that fund schools.
White collar women who get pregnant early in their career path cost corporations money by reducing their labor force participation in addition to throwing out the money spent in their on the job training and experience if they quit or don't come back to their jobs for years. Plus due to pay differentials, they tend to be cheaper in terms of wages up front.
It's far more economical to make birth control cheap and easy to obtain and retain their services until they hit their 30s. These women will be less likely to abandon more established careers and their deeper experience and skill sets will make them more likely to return to work, more quickly, and easier to reintegrate back into the work force if they do take time off.
Plus with more established careers they are more likely to have elevated incomes to pay for child care services which is the primary obstacle to returning to the workforce. For younger women at lower payscales, going back to work and paying for childcare is often a net loss and many of them make the choice to stay out of the labor market until their children hit school age. This makes it harder for them to get back into the labor market due to out of date skills.
If you're pro-money, being against gays is just bad business. Despite discrimination, gays tend to be better educated and have higher incomes. Business should be falling over themselves in support of gays, even if they want to gripe about fags at the country club.