Jill Stanek, once again, gets to the heart of the matter and points out the problems that pro-aborts have to have with things that come out during the day regarding abortion. This time it’s the topic of sex selection. For one thing, countries that have people selecting which babies to abort based on sex have a major problem finding females to continue their race! Since the male generally carries on the family name and line, and males do more work, they are more valuable to the family. And there are some countries that limit (or imply a limit) to the size of the family, and that means that if they have to choose, they choose the boy.
We join her post, already in progess:
Sex selection abortions are also epidemic in China. They’re causing quite a few problems for adult women, such as sex-trafficking, rape, and wife sharing.
It’s logical to presume sex selection abortions are also committed in the U.S., even if only among sexist immigrants.
This phenomenon presents many interesting questions….
- Would feminists/abortion proponents support or oppose a U.S. ban on sex-selection abortions? (If the feminist movement is to promote the advancement of women, wouldn’t opposing a sex-selection ban result in a loss of constituents?)
- If it is only blobs of tissues that are aborted, can proponents even broach the topic of sex-selection abortions? Haven’t they chosen a course of ignorance of cause and surprise at result?
What if certain abortions prove sociologically harmful to born women, as has been demonstrated with sex-selection abortions?
- Does it matter that the female fetuses being aborted are late-term? Is there a difference between early and late abortions?
- What if a late-term female fetus survives the abortion? Female infanticide is also a problem in India and China. So what?
- If, as the Trib stated, Indian sex-selection abortions are “largely a phenomenon of the elite and educated,” should states perhaps take the opposite approach of passing a law to ensure sex-selection abortions are available to poor women via taxpayer funding?