Planned Parenthood Gives Advice on Sex-Selection Abortion

The group Live Action continues to reveal what really goes on inside Planned Parenthood's clinics. In a video released today, a counselor at a clinic in Austin, Texas is shown casually discussing a sex-selection abortion of an otherwise healthy baby. This is what a real war on women looks like, but don't expect Sandra Fluke or Debbie Wasserman-Schultz to care.

The video is chilling for the calm, matter of fact way in which the Planned Parenthood counselor discusses aborting the baby if it turns out to be a girl. After confirming that the patient is pregnant she says:

PP Staff: I see that you say that you want to terminate if it’s a girl, so are you just wanting to continue the pregnancy in the meantime, or what?

When the woman asks if it will be a problem getting a sex-selection abortion, the Planned Parenthood counselor seems more worried about the fact that it will be a relatively late term abortion, having explained previously that an ultrasound can't usually detect the sex of the baby until 5 months (18 weeks):

Woman: And, um, so I feel like worried that–you know, I mean, do you know a doctor who could–do you think I should go and just ask for an ultrasound and just not tell him that I’m gonna terminate if it’s a girl, or–I just feel like there’s been some judgment for my–

PP Staff: Um, I mean, to be honest with you, um, I would probably think so, just because we’ve had even clinicians, I mean, regular doctors that actually have even told women, you know, you can’t go and terminate after you’re 16 weeks. You know? Which is not true, but, you know, they–a lot of doctors, you know–they’ll place judgment because of the fact that the brain is already developed, every–a lot, pretty much everything’s already developed.

Sex-selection abortion is common in other parts of the world. In China, the government's one-child policy means families, especially rural farmers, feel pressure to have boys. As a result of aborting or simply abandoning newborn girls, China has developed a statistically significant sex-ratio imbalance. Official estimates suggest there may be 30 million more boys under the age of 20 than girls.

A seven minute edit of the Live Action footage is available below. The transcript of the entire exchange is available here. According to an interview with Lila Rose at the Daily Caller, there are more videos coming.


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