AUTHOR INTERVIEW: 'No girls' policies lead to troubling imbalance

  • Article by: CHRISTY DESMITH , Special to the Star Tribune
  • Updated: June 15, 2011 - 10:22 AM

Mara Hvistendahl explores the world's worrisome preference for baby boys.

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dltonkaJun. 15, 11 8:04 AM

Amazing to me that she is still pro-choice. Women's rights trump all, even if it means there might not be any women left to have rights.

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MrFlamJun. 23, 11 9:07 AM

She supports a woman's right to choose, but doesn't if she doesn't like the reasons? Just a bit contradictory.

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beaglemomJun. 23, 1111:03 AM

I have said for years that this will either make women very "valuable" or very abused. These very special boys are going to want sons for their own someday and who will be ther mothers? These same boys will want to have sex at some point and who is that going to be with? It is an incredibly unnatural process on an enormous scale. It will result in rape, abuses etc. Are those things just a "choice" too?

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