Category Archives: Sex Selection Abortions

Better to “snuff the life” of a baby if she is the wrong sex

On the Indian custom of sex selection abortion: “Better to snuff a life at birth than to suffer lifelong misery.” Sakuntala Narasimban “The Unwanted Sex” New Internationalist February 1993, 240 Share on Facebook

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Pro-abortion writer tells pro-choicers to ‘get over’ sex selection abortions

A pro-choicer writing about how her fellow pro-choicers should not oppose sex selection abortions: “Also, let’s just remember that we are talking about fetuses. No matter how many ultrasound pics get posted to Facebook, these are fetuses with female genitals … Continue reading

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Husband insists couple will abort baby girl, he wanted a boy

A couple in Melbourne aborted their baby after discovering at 19 weeks they were having a girl.  They wanted a boy. GP, Dr Mark Hobart who was asked for referral to an abortionist: “The parents were upfront and told me that … Continue reading

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Director of abortion chain supports sex selection abortions

“We either support women’s capacity to decide, or we don’t. You can’t be pro-choice except when you don’t like the choice, because that’s not pro-choice at all.” Ann Furedi, head of a chain of abortion clinics (BPAS) in England, defending … Continue reading

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Genetic counselors and sex selection abortions

Rayna Rapp interviewed counselors at genetic clinics, where women came to have their babies tested for disabilities including Down syndrome. The counselors then discussed with the women whether or not they would have abortions. Many of the women who came … Continue reading

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Saving baby girls targeted for abortion leads to “oppression of women”

Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada’s (ARCC) Facebook page, posting an article, on their support of sex selection abortion: “Lessons from India: Here’s an excellent article that explains in detail how the war against sex selection abortion in India contributes to the further oppression … Continue reading

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Statistics indicate that sex selection abortions happen in Canada and the United States

Concerned about sex selection abortions in Canada, Dr. Rajendra Kale, who the article described as “interim editor-in-chief of the Canadian Medical Association Journal” has proposed that doctors not tell pregnant women the gender of their babies until 30 weeks, when … Continue reading

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Sex selection Infanticide versus abortion in India

Gita Aravamudan wrote a book about the gender imbalance in China, India, and a number of other countries, brought about by the infanticide and abortion of girl babies. She describes the coming crisis as more and more men are unable … Continue reading

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Sex Selection service gears advertising towards Asian American Community

The book Bearing Right: How Conservatives Won the Abortion War  describes how NARAL supported a procedure that would allow sex selection to couples doing IVF. They would check the sex of embryos and only implant the ones of the desired sex. … Continue reading

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Planned Parenthood on planning the sex of babies

Dug up this old quote from Planned Parenthood about sex selection abortions. “… once the state of the fetal diagnostic art moves from second to first trimester, so abortion falls within the menstrual extraction.. Planned Parenthood will increasingly connote planning … Continue reading

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