- n. Plural form of sterilization.
“It also alleged the sterilizations were a violation of each patient's sexual privacy and was considered an assault.”
“The sterilizations were a semiofficial tool to limit the population of Gypsies, or Roma as they prefer to be called, whose typically large families were seen as a burden on the state.”
“However, DeJarnette could take some solace in the fact that more sterilizations took place during the New Deal than at any other time in American history.”
“Unfortunately, white middle-class feminists under the reproductive rights banner largely ignored women who had been subjected to forced sterilizations, were targeted by eugenics and were denied the right to have or raise their own children.”
“Michelle Dulak Thomson: Mass killings, no; mass sterilizations, yes.”
“Chen angered authorities after documenting forced late-term abortions and sterilizations and other abuses in his rural community, but was sentenced for instigating an attack on government offices and organizing a group of people to disrupt traffic, charges his supporters say were fabricated.”
“The regulation for the new health care reform bill demands that all health plans pay for contraceptives, sterilizations and education to use both.”
“The organization also provides low-cost sterilizations for the estimated 500,000 free-roaming cats in Miami-Dade County, she says.”
“In the amateur video, released online by a U.S.-based campaign group, Chen Guangcheng -- a self-taught legal advocate for women who had forced abortions and sterilizations -- and his wife Yuan Weijing describe the experience of being smuggled out of his family's village, and how the couple and their children were being held at home since Chen's release from prison five months ago.”
“Chen angered authorities after documenting forced late-term abortions and sterilizations and other abuses in his rural community and was sent to prison in 2006.”
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