By Niamh Ui Bhriain
The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) in Britain said that it wouldn’t prosecute doctors who were caught on tape saying they were willing to abort babies simply because they were girls.
Did this horrendous decision cause outrage amongst Irish feminists?
It did not.
Let’s be clear about what happened. The British newspaper The Telegraph secretly taped doctors in two separate abortion clinics who agreed to abort baby girls for being the wrong gender. Gendercide or sex-selective abortion is against the law in Britain.
However, the CPS said that while there was enough evidence to charge and likely convict the abortionists involved, it would not be in the “public interest” to do so.
But there is no outcry, because, you see, this is abortion, so you can still call yourself a woman’s rights advocate and uphold the right to kill a baby simply because she is a girl.
In the world of feminism gone mad, abortion has become the ultimate sacred cow; and only unwavering and full approval is ever permitted. So even gendercide will not be condemned.
To be fair, I thought that maybe feminist Ireland had spoken up and it wasn’t reported by the media. So I checked out the websites and twitter feed of the National Women’s Council of Ireland and Choice Ireland. Was there any outrage there?
Nope. Not a mention.
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