Category Archives: Sex-Selection Abortion

Liberal party missed something in gender-based violence strategy

Editor’s note. This comes from the Canadian pro-life site, WeNeedALaw and is reposted with permission. The Liberal party released their gender-based violence strategy last month. The strategy aims to address issues ranging from investigating street harassment to focusing on Indigenous women,

Bioethics think tank says new prenatal test could lead to aborting babies who are the “wrong gender” or with other “undesirable” traits

Says technique should be “restricted” Editor’s note. This is based on a post that appeared on the blog of SPUC–the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children and is reposted with permission. The Nuffield Council on Bioethics has warned that Non-Invasive

Sex-Selection abortion results in huge gender disparity in Canadian women born in India

Dr. Marcelo Urquia

By Dave Andrusko A study published Monday in the Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Canada documents that for Indian women migrating to Canada, a preference for boys over girls does not diminish, regardless of how long they have lived in Canada,

Condemning sex selection abortions difficult for pro-choice activists

By Sarah Terzo Abortion rights groups are put in a difficult position by sex-selection abortions. They have said for years that a woman’s decision to abort is no one’s business but her own, and that no one should ever interfere

Ark. Gov. signs bill banning Sex-Selective abortion

By Dave Andrusko And now there are eight. When Gov. Asa Hutchinson signed House Bill 1434 yesterday, Arkansas joined Arizona, Kansas, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania and South Dakota in having laws on the books that ban sex-selective abortions.

Why are sex-selective abortions so offensive, if abortion itself isn’t?

By Cassy Fiano A British ethicist caused international outrage when she argued that women should be allowed to have abortions because the child they’re carrying is the “wrong” sex. Professor Wendy Savage, a member of the British Medical Association ethics

British Medical Association medical ethics expert: sex-selective abortion in interests of mother AND baby

Prof. Savage said that sex-selective abortion is "another myth propagated by the anti-abortion lobby." [Image: Eyevine]

Editor’s note. This comes from SPUC–the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children. An influential member of the British Medical Association’s medical ethics committee has said that women should be able to have abortions at any stage of pregnancy, and

British Ethics Think Tank demands a ban on early pregnancy blood test to curb abortion of baby girls

By Dave Andrusko The issue of sex-selective abortion refuses to go away in Great Britain, in spite of unwillingness of authorities to prosecute abortionists who have been caught on camera agreeing to abort babies because they are girls. The latest

Sex-Selective abortion is “gender-based violence”

Editor’s note. The following was posted at the Canadian pro-life site and is reposted with permission. This past week Maryam Monsef, Canada’s Status of Women Minister gave Planned Parenthood Ottawa $285,000 so they can use it to help women

Ark. House passes bill banning abortions based solely on baby’s sex

By Dave Andrusko Arkansas took an important first step this week to becoming the eighth state to ban abortions based solely on the sex of the baby. On Tuesday, the House voted 79-3 in favor of House Bill 1434, the

Woman forced into a sex-selection abortion, but British authorities refuse to press charges out of “political correctness”

Mandy Sanghera, human rights activist and government adviser

By Dave Andrusko Regular NRL News Today readers will remember the dozens of stories we posted about a 2012 undercover Daily Telegraph investigation that revealed beyond doubt that abortionists in Britain were willing to abort a child simply because the

Discrimination on top of discrimination

By Paul Stark Editor’s note. My family and I will be on vacation through September 6. I will occasionally add new items but for the most part we will repost “the best of the best” — the stories our readers