Girls are being disproportionally aborted. Many countries where abortion is legal and there is a preference for sons over daughters disproportionately abort their girls. This has led to a severe imbalance of boys to girls in those places. Many countries have attempted to combat this problem with government bans but with no success.
However, there is one country that has seen a reversal in this disastrous phenomenon and it is South Korea. According to a study published by the Journal of Biosocial Science one of the primary predictors for sex-selection abortion of girls is religion. The study shows that the influence of Christianity dramatically offset the use of sex selection abortion.
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