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Every 50 seconds parents in India kill their daughter-Part II

The Child Marriage Restraint Act of 2006 sets the legal age of marriage for women at 18 and for men at 21. The Adolescence Education Programme, which integrates life skills and HIV prevention into the school curriculum, has been adopted nationally, but as of 2011, seven states (Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh) have refused or banned its implementation, citing cultural reasons. India’s abortion law is relatively progressive, permitting abortion for socioeconomic reasons; to protect a woman’s life or mental or physical health; in cases of rape, incest or foetal impairment; or if the pregnancy resulted from contraceptive method failure. A substantial minority of women are married before the legal age of 18. The higher legal age of marriage for men represents codified gender inequality that reinforces disparities in education and professional opportunities. Efforts to increase awareness of the law and its penalties, as well as legal support for young women can help to address this issue. The high level of unmet need for contraception among young married women indicates the importance of improving access to affordable, youth-friendly services so that young women are able to effectively plan their births and thus their lives. Given that fewer than half of secondary-school–aged women go to school, family life education programmes should begin in primary school and be made available outside of schools. These programmes should address topics that include stigma toward non-marital sexual activity, gender inequality and gender-based violence. State-level implementation of youth-friendly sexual and reproductive health services has been uneven. Evidence suggests that in many states, fears about privacy and judgemental provider attitudes prevent young people from seeking out the services they need.

Planned Parenthood is by far the nation’s largest abortion provider. Over the holidays, they conveniently and quietly published their annual report for 2016-2017. Last year, Planned Parenthood published their annual report months late – in May! An analysis of the 2016-2017 reports along with Planned Parenthood’s previous reports shows that Planned Parenthood is responsible for the deaths of over 7.6 million human babies. We know the Planned Parenthood number is likely low, in fact, pro-life journalists with the Media Research Center estimated in 2016 that Planned Parenthood had killed upwards of 7.5 million babies.

In the 2016-2017 fiscal year detailed in the report, Planned Parenthood performed 321,384 abortions. Last annual report (2015-2016), Planned Parenthood performed 328,348 abortions. The year before that (2014-2015) Planned Parenthood performed 323,999 abortions.

Despite record income, non-abortion services are in decline, clients are abandoning them in droves, and dozens of facilities have closed. Meanwhile, abortions are holding steady at over 320,000 a year. Yet this report barely scratches the surface of the abortion giant’s troubles as it faces federal investigation for its role in the grotesque harvest and sale of aborted babies’ body parts for profit. Enough is enough. Community health centres vastly outnumber Planned Parenthood facilities nationwide and offer comprehensive primary and preventative care for women and families. It is fortunate that we are seeing a decrease in abortions performed, but there is still much work to be done. According to its annual report, Planned Parenthood provided just 3,889 adoption referrals while performing 321,848 abortions. That’s nearly 83 abortions for every adoption referral. Planned Parenthood’s prenatal services decreased from 9,419 last year to 7,762 this year. For every prenatal service given, Planned Parenthood performed 41 abortions. Like past reports, this one also tried to sell the misleading idea that abortions make up only 3% of the services provided by the abortion corporation.

If you look at China, they are eating babies. On the menu of some exclusive Chinese restaurants is an item that goes by the name of Spare Rib Soup. Very expensive, it is usually served only in the back rooms to known customers, who are willing to pay to premium for this delicacy. So what is Spare Rib Soup?

Spare Rib Soup…. is actually a human soup, made from the bodies of aborted babies. The Chinese—at least some Chinese—as a rejuvenating potion, regards it. A kind of fountain of youth that will fix sagging wrinkles, grow back missing hair, and generally put a spring back in your step. There are several videos on youtube Planned Parenthood uses Partial-Birth Abortions to sell Baby Parts. They are very horrifying. People have stopped so low that they are eating babies.

There are several organisations that are harvesting and selling parts and pieces from aborted babies. There are many videos that explain importance of not crushing the organs so they “can get it all intact” will stay with you a long time.

Federal law prohibits the commercial trafficking of fetal tissue for profit and carries a penalty of up to 10 years in prison and a $500,000 fine.

Also Read: Every 50 seconds parents in India kill their daughter-Part I

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Dr Vaidehi Taman
Dr Vaidehi an Accredited Journalist from Maharashtra is bestowed with Honourary Doctorate in Journalism, Investigative Journalist, Editor, Ethical Hacker, Philanthropist, and Author. She is Editor-in-Chief of Newsmakers Broadcasting and Communications Pvt. Ltd. for 11 years, which features an English daily tabloid – Afternoon Voice, a Marathi web portal – Mumbai Manoos, monthly magazines like Hackers5, Beyond The News (international) and Maritime Bridges. She is also an EC Council Certified Ethical Hacker, Certified Security Analyst and is also a Licensed Penetration Tester which caters to her freelance jobs.

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