Indian authorities raid illegal sex-selective abortion enterprise

By Dave Andrusko Early on Sunday the Directorate of Medical Services for the Indian state of Tamil Nadu busted an illegal sex-selective abortion racket in a sting operation, according to The Hindu, a local daily newspaper. The proprietor, a woman named Anandhi, had been arrested for the same offense in 2012 and 2016. Under the …

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Sex-selective abortion & the International Day of the Girl

Editor’s note. Although this appeared at the Canadian pro-life site “We Need a Law” on October 10, I just saw it today. Even though the story is pegged to the International Day of the Girl, which took place the following day, we shouldn’t let that get in the way of sharing its message. The following …

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Labour Party now admitting sex-selective abortion is an issue

By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children In news that will add to the growing concern about the Government’s roll-out of non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT), an investigation by the Victoria Derbyshire show has found thousands of British women discussing using NIPT to determine sex on an online forum. In response, Labour MP Naz Shah …

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Indian woman dies as baby is aborted in 7th month; authorities suspect sex-selective abortion

By Dave Andrusko Sex selective abortions are rampant in India, as NRL News Today has reported on many occasions [see here; here; and here). According to a story in The Hindu, a woman, seven months pregnant, died Tuesday of a suspected sex selective performed by a nurse. R. Ramuthai, 28, came from Uthapanaickanoor, near Usilampatti …

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Sex-selective abortion creating massive gender imbalance in Armenia

By Jonathon Van Maren Last month, I noted that the so-called “feminist foreign policy” of some Western countries was in reality responsible for the destruction of millions of baby girls in the womb, leading, in a sick irony, to a shortage of women. At the time, I was referring to an Indian government report that …

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Planned Parenthood vs. Little Girls

Sex-selective abortion in America By John Stonestreet with Shane Morris The worst form of discrimination against women in our time is one that is virtually ignored by feminists. The abortion industry has long billed itself as a champion of women’s rights. Almost thirty years ago, the head of the National Abortion Rights Action League, or …

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Sex-selective abortion resulting in disastrous gender imbalance in Armenia

Third highest sex-selective abortion rate in the world By Dave Andrusko According to a distressing story in Reuters, the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) “estimates that in Armenia, nearly 93,000 women will be missing by 2060 if the country’s high pre-natal sex selection rate remains unchanged.” Armenia, which became an independent nation in 1991, is …

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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. HB1434 passed by overwhelming margins in both the state House and state Senate. The measure …

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Bill banning Sex-Selective abortion on Ark. Gov’s desk

By Dave Andrusko Having passed overwhelmingly in both the House and Senate, a bill to ban sex-selective abortions was sent yesterday to Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson. The anti-gendercide bill is already law in Arizona, Kansas, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania and South Dakota, according to Ingrid Duran, NRLC’s Director of State Legislation. “In a …

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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 committee, is an abortionist herself. Savage claims it’s not gender discrimination to abort a baby …

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

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 for any reason, including because the baby is a girl. In an interview with the …

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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 salvo came from the prestigious Nuffield Council on Bioethics, a government-backed think tank. Here’s how …

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