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Topics: gender imbalance

Sex-Trafficking in China



On June 19, 2013 the State Department released its annual report, “Trafficking in Persons Report.” China received an automatic downgrade to the lowest ranking, Tier 3. The State Department acknowledged the one-child policy as the “key source of demand” for sex-trafficking within the country, but remained silent on revoking the policy in its recommendations for China. The report stated that “the Chinese government’s birth control policy and a cultural preference for sons, create a skewed …

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China Ratchets Up One-Child Policy; Ignores Calls to End Coercion



HUIZHOU, GUANGDONG, China, June 11, 2013–Recent reports from China show coercion in China’s infamous one-child policy is once again on the rise. Women in the southern city of Huizhou are being targeted for sterilization. Those who have once child are being forced to wear IUDs. Those who have two children are subject to tubal ligation. Those who bear an “illegal” child are being denied all government services. This means life without access to schools, hospitals, …

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For the Record …



Editor’s Note: Thanks to the tireless efforts of Colin Mason, our Director of media Production and de facto public relations officer, PRI has received unprecedented coverage in print, on the radio, on television, and across the blogosphere. The following is but a taste of PRI’s appearance in the public eye. Steve Mosher, an expert colleague of SPUC and the president of the Population Research Institute (PRI), has written a very information [sic] piece about World …

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Pro-Life Leader Blames Feminist Groups for Slaughter of Girls



Front Royal, VA, 07/24/08 – Steven Mosher, president of the Population Research Institute (PRI), says that America has a hidden problem of sex discrimination, but a form of discrimination that feminists refuse to address.In PRI’s latest YouTube video, Mosher decries the practice, common in East and South Asian countries, of sex-selective abortion. According to the United Nations, this practice has already claimed the lives of over 100 million girls worldwide. The video goes on to …

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International Hypocrisy: Why the Beijing Boycott Coalition Exists



  16 July 2008    Vol. 10 / No. 28 International Hypocrisy: Why the Beijing Boycott Coalition Exists In 1974, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) voted to hold the Games of the XXII Olympiad in Moscow, the capital of what was then the Soviet Union. Sparked by opposition to the Soviet Union’s renegade foreign policy in Afghanistan, and by that powers refusal to let its Jewish population immigrate to Israel, the United States led a massive boycott …

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For the Record…



“China’s ‘one-child’ per couple population control policy may be costing the Chinese economy billions of dollars, Steven Mosher, president of the Population Research Institute, said at a lecture in Washington, DC… “During his talk, which was entitled Population Control: Real Costs, Illusory Benefits, Mosher also said the policy has led to a huge unbalance in China’s gentler ratio, a booming sex trade around its borders and vast human rights abuses in the name of reproductive …

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From the Countries



Too Many Abortions in New Zealand The number of abortions in New Zealand is too high, says MP Gordon Copeland, adding that while the ratio of abortions to live births decreased in 2007, there are still too many abortions performed annually in his country. “Since I have been in Parliament, I have been carefully monitoring the abortion trend in New Zealand by measuring the number of abortions per 1,000 live births, year by year,”’ said …

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Sex-Selective Abortion Comes to America



By now, nearly everyone knows that tens of millions of unborn baby girls around the world have been aborted solely because of their sex. Ultrasound technology makes it possible to separate the boys from the girls at 18 weeks or so, and widespread abortion makes it possible to eliminate the less desirable sex, which in most cultures means girls. Up to 200 million girls may have been killed in this way, mostly in Asian and …

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