Saving the World's Endangered Gender
February 19, 2013
United States Congressman Trent Franks addressed the issue of
gender-selected abortion at Regent's Endangerd Gender Symposium.
For many, the news of a newborn girl is met with gifts and pink showers of celebration. But in some places in the world—especially in areas like China and India— the prospect of a baby girl is met with fear, abandonment and, ultimately, their disposal. On Saturday, Feb. 16, Regent University's School of Law hosted five distinguished speakers during the Endangered Gender symposium. The panel explored the impact gendercide has had on the global male to female ratio.
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