Entries Tagged ‘gender imbalance’

What does China’s impending weapons dominance have to do with abortion?

File photo of soldiers from Chinese PLA Special Operations Forces marching in formation during training session on the outskirts of Beijing

From Investors Business Daily, January 29:

Arms Buildup: A senior weapons developer tells Congress that Beijing’s massive defense buildup, emphasizing precision-guided and other advanced weapons, has placed the U.S. and its shrinking military at serious risk.

Pro-life blog buzz 7-18-14

pro-lifeby Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli

  • The Catholic View for Women says “CNN is reporting that, according to a study published in the journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, the levonorgestrel-releasing intrauterine system (LNG-IUS) or progesterone-releasing IUD, may be associated with a higher than expected incidence of breast cancer.” The jury still appears to be out on this one, but CVW wonders if women will be given this information of potential risk:

    What caught my eye, though, is that levonorgestrel, a hormone that regulates ovulation, is also the used in the Plan B contraceptive, better known as the morning after pill. Millions of American women are now going to receive the IUD and Plan B free, thanks to Obamacare, and most of them will have no idea they could be increasing their risk of breast cancer.

    Is it possible that most women are unaware of the health risks associated with hormonal contraception in general?

Abortion advocate to pro-lifers: Ignore sex-selective abortion; fight sexism

“We have a couple coming in for a sex-selection abortion,” [my clinic director] said. “The fetus is a girl, and their culture prefers boys. I want to know if you will be able to work with them without judging or being negative. Be honest. If you can’t be their advocate, I will. I need to […]

Joe Biden’s macabre support of China’s forced abortion/sterilization one-child policy

Vice President Joe Biden is known for his foolish gaffes and inappropriate statements – not positive attributes, particularly in a politician. But what Biden said in China on August 20 was beyond foolish and inappropriate. It was macabre, it was sick… [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ogcvQ8fjIFc&feature=player_embedded[/youtube] I never thought anyone could match Barack Obama’s penchant for abortion. As you […]

Terminate narcissism, not the preborn

To be sure, banning abortion in the U.S. wouldn’t fix the [gender imbalance] problem in China and India. South Korea seems to have restored a gender balance by restoring girls to “an honored place.” I would note, however, that the greatest moral progress over the last two centuries has been generated by recognizing the natural […]

China’s abortion-induced gender imbalance

To the right is one of AOL’s headline stories this morning. The “practice” is, of course, abortion. Even the liberal Aljazeera are noting a

From India: a lesson in true feminism

by intern Heather B. On June 26, 10k students from 12 schools trekked 3 km to promote a timeless message: life is precious. The march for life in Coimbatore, southern India, bore a unique mission: to be an advocate for the annual 5 million victims of abortion in the world’s most gender-imbalanced country: girls….

“The return of patriarchy,” thanks to abortion

From Mark Steyn, who I’ve decided I have a crush on, an excerpt from his column,


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