17 Mar 2014 Forced abortion because fetus was female
In what is becoming an eerily familiar pattern, another story late last week of a woman forced to having an abortion because the fetus was a female.
Samira (not her real name) agreed to tell her story to The Independent after they had run a series of articles on the skewed gender ratio and gender specific abortions.
From the article,
“Since falling pregnant, I think about it all the time. What’s going to happen? I’m really, really scared. I’m stressed out and I’m having nightmares about bleeding and being beaten up,” Samira said. “I think about running away with her and having the baby somewhere, but the thing is I can’t leave my children with him… I have my duty to my other children. I can’t leave them for someone who is not born. I don’t want it to happen.”
Samira is a courageous woman who decided to tell her story. Unfortunately, there are many more women faced with similar choices. This is not a problem isolated to the United Kingdom or any one country. Gendercide is a global problem and it’s time for governments to recognize their responsibility in restraining this immoral activity in the countries they lead.
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