The link above is from Sarah Dutim from The Guardian.
In this article, quite simply she has argued that the idea of Sex Selective Abortion is quite simply a Women’s Right.
Here is a portion of the article she wrote.
And as far as I’m concerned, it doesn’t matter why any woman wants to end her pregnancy. As the conscious and legally competent entity in the conception set-up, it’s the woman’s say that counts, and even the most terrible reason for having an abortion holds more sway than the best imaginable reason for compelling a woman to carry to term.
There are some people that are very concerned about this idea. They feel like it is a very slippery slope.
So for this, I thought I would ask some questions to both perspectives.
For those that are on the “Pro-Life” side.
Why do you feel this is a slippery slope? Where do you see the slope leading too?
For those who are on the “Pro-Choice” side.
When you see the idea of slippery slope, does this concern you?