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Gendercide in China

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Vivian Huang

on 22 May 2013

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Gendercide in China By: Vivian Huang, Emily Hu, Kristine Li How can we stop Gendercide? Families hope to give birth to a boy because they carry out the family name. In the chinese culture, only boys can inherit wealth, families without a son are looked down upon. Girls are looked down upon because they lose their family name when they marry and they didn't have as much rights/benefits of men. Because of that, over 200 million girls have been murdered, aborted, and neglected by parents. This violated women's rights.

“It appears that more girls have been killed in the last fifty years, precisely because they were girls, than men were killed in all of the battles of the twentieth century.”
— Half The Sky We can sign petitions that go against the one child policy online. • Gendercide is gender-selective mass killing.
• Girls of China What is Gendercide? One Child Policy - Its was established in 1979 by Deng Xiaoping, to limit communist growth. This limits a couple to only have one child.
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