That Planned Parenthood is behind this refusal to ban the murder of females is clear.
If we needed another proof that the feminist movement failed to really help women, here is one test.
Check out this article, from which I take a snippet, the second one below. The Chinese have an army of over one million men. The fact that many men in China cannot find mates, find wives, leads them to a more aggressive life-style. The lack of females in a society not only kills traditional marriage, lowers the birth-rate, but allows a society based on war to develop. Sparta killed their girls. I borrow this photo from The Economist, which in 2010, called any society which supported gendercide, "unbalanced" and full of the "ancient prejudice" against girls and women.
In January 2010 the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) showed what can happen to a country when girl babies don’t count. Within ten years, the academy said, one in five young men would be unable to find a bride because of the dearth of young women—a figure unprecedented in a country at peace.
The number is based on the sexual discrepancy among people aged 19 and below. According to CASS, China in 2020 will have 30m-40m more men of this age than young women. For comparison, there are 23m boys below the age of 20 in Germany, France and Britain combined and around 40m American boys and young men. So within ten years, China faces the prospect of having the equivalent of the whole young male population of America, or almost twice that of Europe’s three largest countries, with little prospect of marriage, untethered to a home of their own and without the stake in society that marriage and children provide.
Sad that the Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave should have fallen so low into a barbaric mind-set. From LifeSiteNews, this quotation shows that we are now of the same ilk as China with regards to girls. We have joined the ranks of barbarians.
Tom McClusky, Senior Vice President for Family Research Council Action, said he was “deeply saddened” by PRENDA’s demise.
“That anyone on either side of the political aisle would vote against a bill preventing gendercide in the United States is profoundly troubling,” said McClusky.
“We are heartened that a strong majority of House members voted to ban performing or coercing abortions for the purpose of eliminating unborn babies of an undesired sex – usually, girls,” said NRLC Legislative Director Douglas Johnson. “Shamefully, President Obama, and a minority of 168 House members, complied with the political demands of pro-abortion pressure groups, rather than defend the coerced women, and their unborn daughters, who are victimized by sex-selection abortions.”
NRLC pointed out in a release Thursday that the Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) had warned legislators that it would score the PRENDA vote as a vote against “women’s health.”
“So, for PPFA, abortion for sex selection is just another menu option, except where it is illegal – and PPFA vehemently opposes making it illegal,” said the pro-life group.