CNN has a new euphemism for abortions that specifically target preborn girls: "sex-selection operations."
In a January 30 report on India’s growing gender gap, the “most trusted name in news” talked about the country's 63 million "missing" girls.
"The preference for boys and the availability of sex-selective operations, although illegal in India, means there's a gender gap," stated the report by Euan McKirdy.
But pro-life advocates told LifeSiteNews that the euphemism hides the reality that preborn girls are being eliminated by abortion on a massive scale simply because they are female, what amounts to "gendercide."...
National Right to Life Committee President Carol Tobias told LifeSiteNews how abortion supporters use euphemisms such as "choice" and "reproductive health" to avoid using the "A-word.”
“CNN, referring to ‘sex-selective operations’ instead of ‘sex-selective abortions’ employs that ruse, hoping people won’t really think about how baby girls are eliminated in India,” she said.
Laura Klassen, director of Canada’s Choice 42, said that Abortion is so widely accepted "precisely because of slick euphemisms," she said, adding that such phrases are "cleverly disguising" the horror that people are killing their pre-born children.
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