Unnatural Selection

An interesting Q&A from Shanghai Scrap with the author of Unnatural Selection, a book about the world’s 160 million missing girls, abortion, and the “perversion of choice”.  In some Chinese counties, the male to female ratio at birth is skewed as far as 3:2 by elective abortions, which starts having broader societal implications.  How does a western pro-choice feminist reconcile this outcome?  Especially when the choices are predominantly being made by the women themselves.

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