A land without women

It’s always interesting to see the doublethink involved when the lifeless fruit of abortion-on-demand presents feminists with the paradox of women choosing to abort their little girls:

None of the 216 children born across 132 villages in one Indian state over the last three months were girls, authorities have revealed. Officials in Uttarkashi, Uttarakhand state have launched a probe over fears parents have been having sex-selective abortions.

India outlawed sex-selective abortion in 1994, but it’s still common practice to terminate female fetuses as they are seen as a financial burden, with families often needing to provide money for costly dowries, despite the fact they were outlawed in 1961.

Baby boys are favoured as they are seen as the main breadwinner and the birth of a son is seen as a cause for celebration and family pride. Ashish Chauhan, Uttarkashi’s district magistrate, said the rate was ‘suspicious and has highlighted female foeticide’ according to the ANI news agency.

Abortion is evil, period. As, of course, is feminism. The problem is there is no rational or practical way to balance both a) legal abortion on demand and b) a ban sex-selective abortions. The only correct solution is to ban all abortion.