Monday, October 24, 2011

Sex Selection Abortions?

Thanks to Frank Turk of Pyromaniacs for the heads up on a very thought-provoking essay by Michael Stokes Paulsen, who serves as University Chair and Professor of Law at the University of St. Thomas in Minneapolis. Professor Paulsen is also the co-director of its Pro-Life Advocacy Center (“PLACE”).

The essay can be seen here at The Public Discourse website. It deals with the troubling subject of abortion, and makes the case that some minds might be changed on the subject if they realized that many abortions are being done on the basis of sex selection. And the ones harmed the most? Females.

Oh, the tragic irony of it — the thought that some women are hell bent on "the right to choose," and it turns out that females are the ones getting aborted.

And when I say tragic, I mean it.

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