Saturday, June 02, 2007

Female Feticide a problem in South Korea

Seoul (AsiaNews) – South Korea’s pro-abortion policy and the practice of female feticide are creating one of the country’s worse social problems. Unless the government does something, there will be fewer women in marriageable age and 11.9 per cent of all South Korean males will not be able to find a mate to marry within ten years, this according to estimates released by the National Statistical Office (NSO) in its 2006 report on gender ratio disparity.


True feminists support all abortions. The slogan goes: if you can't trust me with a choice, how can you trust me with a child?

I love how feminists ascribe moral and intellectual infallibility to women when it comes to abortion. If there was ever a sign that this slogan is empty, it's this. As if all women are capable of making the right decision. Did the women who decided to kill their girl fetuses make the right decision? Clearly not. But most feminists won't admit that. The so-called right to abortion is sacrosanct. Even if it creates social havoc, it has to be supported. There must be no restrictons whatsoever.

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