In an article in the American Medical News, the author discusses how certain abortions are hard on the abortion providers:
“One of the most vexing problems providers face is their feelings about procedures done for reasons that make them – or others – uncomfortable. Sometimes it’s “sex selection” – the patient wants a boy and is carrying a girl.”
Diane M Gianelli, “Abortion Providers Share Inner Conflicts” American Medical News, July 12, 1993
Some women do abort when they are carrying a girl instead of a boy. When opposing a Bill that would address this, Planned Parenthood insisted that this does not happen, but many abortion providers have admitted that it does.
Sex selection abortions, are, by definition, late-term abortions – they cannot be performed until an ultrasound can identify whether the baby is a boy or girl, in the second trimester.Share on Facebook