Today, Live Action released a new undercover video showing a Planned Parenthood abortion clinic in Austin, TX encouraging a woman to obtain a late-term abortion because she was purportedly carrying a girl and wanted to have a boy. The video is first in a new series titled "Gendercide: Sex-Selection in America," exposing the practice of sex-selective abortion in the United States and how Planned Parenthood and the rest of the abortion industry facilitate the selective elimination of baby girls in the womb.
Live Action writes, "Planned Parenthood claims to oppose 'gendercide.' So, why was Planned Parenthood staff so focused on aborting a baby girl, just because she was a girl? Even going so far as to coach a late term abortion, in order to confirm that the baby was the unwanted sex?"
You can join the growing coalition opposing the practice of sex-selective abortions here.
More information: Protect Our Girls, Live Action and Planned Parenthood busted in new undercover sting on sex selective abortions.
LA's press release notes:
Six studies in the past four years indicate that there are thousands of "missing girls" in the U.S., many from sex-selective abortion. The U.K., India, Australia, and other countries ban sex-selective abortion, but the U.S., save for three states, does not. On Wednesday, Congress will debate the Prenatal Non-Discrimination Act (PRENDA), which would ban sex-selective abortions nationally.
Planned Parenthood's response is reported here and includes information about the employee featured in the video (she was previously fired) and PP's statement in opposition to sex selective abortions. But, would PP deny service to someone seeking a sex selective abortion? Apparently the answer is "no", except is states where the practice is illegal.