Entries Tagged ‘sex-selection’

(Prolifer)ations 1-31-12

by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli We welcome your suggestions for additions to our Top Blogs (see tab on right side of home page)! Email Susie@jillstanek.com. Judie Brown refutes the study from Columbia University, released on the 39th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, which claims abortion is 14 times […]

Putting a positive spin on sex-selective abortions

Pro-abortion ideologues are fretting after one of their own went off the reservation and publicly decried sex-selective abortions. On September 22 feminist columnist Laurie Penny (pictured right) could almost have been mistaken for a pro-lifer when writing at New Statesman: [A]ll over the world, from eastern Europe to India, millions of baby girls are missing. […]

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

Jivin J’s Life Links 9-15-09

by Globe and Mail has an in-depth article on India’s problem with sex-selection abortion. The problem is biggest among the upperclass: But $100 on the birth of a girl – or even $2,500 at her marriage – means nothing to the country’s wealthiest families. And that is where the gender gulf is yawning most deeply. […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 6-14-09

by Associated Press writer Margery Gibbs into thinking NE had stricter abortion laws than KS, abortionist Leroy Carhart is

Jivin J’s Life Links 5-13-09, Part II

by The Local reports that Sweden’s National Board of Health and Welfare has ruled that doctors can’t deny a woman the ability to know the gender of her child when the only reason she wants to know the gender is to have a sex-selection abortion if the child is a girl: [A] woman, who already […]


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