Thursday, September 13, 2007

Gender selection violates right to life: Indian Court

Wow. In a case that sought to overturn the ban on sex selection abortion, a judge at the Bombay High Court ruled:

“Sex selection is not only against the spirit of the Indian Constitution, it also insults and humiliates womanhood. It violates a woman’s right to life. This is perhaps the greatest argument in favour of the ban on pre-natal sex-determination tests in India.”

Indeed judge, indeed.

Perhaps you might also remember that in March, an Indian court ruled that a fetus is a person

God bless the Indians.

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