U.K. Labour Party calls for ban on sex-selective abortions

By Dave Andrusko A growing alliance of resistance is developing against sex-selective abortions, made easy by the use blood tests that determine a baby’s sex early in pregnancy. There are stories this week that the U.K. Labour Party is calling for a ban on sex-selective abortions. [here and here]. “Blood tests used to reveal a baby’s gender …

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For the pro-abortionist, the inherent contradictions of sex-selective abortions

By Dave Andrusko For that tiny sliver of the population which believes there are never enough abortions and never a reason to stop any abortion, no matter how flimsy the grounds, it’s to be expected they could blow a fuse when states pass laws banning the practice of aborting children because they are females, aka …

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Bill to be introduced in Parliament to end “uncertainty” over legality of sex-selective abortions

  By Dave Andrusko I try to keep up with the politics of abortion in Great Britain but I would never claim to understand the nuts and bolts of how a parliamentary system handles a contentious issue most politicians wish would go away. Having said that, there is a fascinating development afoot, according to John …

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Artist exposes female sex-selective abortions with massive sculpting project

  By Lauren Enriquez To raise awareness about the male gender preference and female sex-selective abortion wreaking havoc on demographics in China and India, French sculptor Prune Nourry created a huge exhibit of clay sculptures of Chinese girls. The exhibit, on display at the China Institute in New York City, is called Terracotta Daughters. The …

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Why we should talk about sex-selective abortions

BY MARGARET SOMERVILLE Recently, Stephen Woodworth tried to speak to students at the University of Waterloo, but the Conservative Member of Parliament (MP) was shouted down by pro-choice supporters who oppose even discussing abortion, let alone having any law on it. His sin against the pro-choice commandments was introducing private member’s Motion 312 in Parliament …

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The Unexpected results when no one’s expecting

By Dave Andrusko When publishers are kind enough to send along an advance copy of a book, if it relates to our mission, I try my best to read them. Alas, because I have not had a chance to digest “What to Expect When No One’s Expecting: America’s Coming Demographic Disaster,” this post will be …

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The Persistence and Ingenuity of the Canadian Pro-Life Movement

By Dave Andrusko Yesterday NRL News Today provided the latest update on Canada’s resurgent Pro-Life Movement. In essence, Conservative MP Mark Warawa was asking for the bare minimum of any civilized society when he said that even pro-abortionists ought to agree with the thrust of “Motion 408” which calls on Parliament to condemn discrimination against …

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Breaking: Tory MP files motion to condemn sex-selective abortions

By Patrick B. Craine Editor’s note. This first appeared at www.lifesitenews.com/news/breaking-tory-mp-files-motion-to-condemn-sex-selective-abortions and is reprinted with permission. OTTAWA, Sept. 27, 2012 – The very day Canada’s Parliament rejected Stephen Woodworth’s motion to re-examine the definition of human life, a British Columbia Tory launched a new salvo with a motion calling on the House to condemn sex-selective …

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Indian mother forced to abort 5 daughters

By Peter Baklinski Editor’s note. This first appeared at lifesitenews.com and is reprinted with permission. AHMEDABAD, India, April 23, 2012 – After the horrific experience of being forced to abort five daughters, a mother in India has risen from the ashes to become a champion for Indian wives and mothers who suffer abuse, rejection, and …

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