Gendercide, Theology and the Female Voice

An excellent editorial in the Dallas Morning News¬†reminds us of the enormous amount of hidden “gendercide” that has taken place over the last generation. ¬†“Gendercide” is the selective abortion or infanticide of female fetuses and infants, particularly in China and India, but also in the Middle East, Africa and Eastern Europe. Beverly Hill, the article author, states flatly: Contrary to popular belief, the status of women does not improve when females are in short supply. In fact, just the opposite occurs. Sex trafficking increases, as does the buying and selling of brides. Aging bachelors, unable to find women of appropriate … Continue reading Gendercide, Theology and the Female Voice