Of course you shouldn't be denied all care during your pregnancy. You have the right to find another health care provider to provide you care. You have agency to do so. If you are "fired" from one practice, what is to prohibit you from finding another that might be more in line with your philosophy?
These two statement can be diametrically opposed.
Let me describe a circumstance that would prevent a woman from finding another practice - one that happens every day in this country.
Women who live in areas, especially rural areas, where there are no hospitals that allow vbacs are forced to either accept medical care as dictated by the care provider or go without it altogether. There are no practices that will accept a patient who will not consent to a cesarean at 39 weeks. How do you reconcile the two statements above? What is a woman supposed to do in that situation? I'm literally asking you and would love to hear your answer.