sterilisations love

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  • noun UK Plural form of sterilisation.

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  • Also the silence about the forced sterilisations that were performed in my country, mostly to women with disabilities or mental illnesses, or considered "racially impure", even in the seventies, and the law that still remains telling it is okay and perfectly legal to do this to other humans.

    Cat 'Aww!', woman as construct, crossdressing and Intersex/DSD issues

  • However the real reason is more likely to be to prevent him from carrying out his peaceful and legitimate human rights activities, including his efforts to bring local officials to justice for conducting a campaign of forced abortions and sterilisations, possibly affecting thousands of women.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • Now, on the issue of "Darwinism's" involvement with early 20th century eugenics practices, perhaps we should start with a recognition that nowadays nobody (outside of the lunatic fringes) is arguing for teaching the desirability of, for example, enforced sterilisations for the "defective".

    Cue outrage in three, two, one…

  • In 1942, in Skinner v Oklahoma, the SCOTUS cast doubt on the legality of such laws – but even in 1956, Mississippi was still performing compulsory sterilisations.

    Cue outrage in three, two, one…

  • Now, on the issue of "Darwinism's" involvement with early 20th century eugenics practices, perhaps we should start with a recognition that nowadays nobody (outside of the lunatic fringes) is arguing for teaching the desirability of, for example, enforced sterilisations for the "defective".

    Cue outrage in three, two, one…

  • He had been imprisoned on 24 August 2006 after exposing and speaking out against the policy of forced abortions and sterilisations in the Shandong Province.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • In 1942, in Skinner v Oklahoma, the SCOTUS cast doubt on the legality of such laws – but even in 1956, Mississippi was still performing compulsory sterilisations.

    Cue outrage in three, two, one…

  • This agenda has led to 40 million abortions world wide annually; in China it has led to the one-child policy and in one year to 21 million sterilisations, the insertion of 18 million IUDs and 14 million abortions.

    Chesterton and the Eugenic Nightmare

  • Or, if he did not intend to ridicule for the sake of ridicule, then he intended to indicate that Watson's eugenicism cannot be extricated from the moral condemnation that we direct at Hitler's eugenics program, involving as it did, racism, forced marriages, forced sterilisations, and mass murder.

    A Scientific Worldview?

  • The first paragraph:An anti-abortion activist investigating complaints by villagers who claimed they were forced to undergo abortions and sterilisations under China's controversial birth-control rules has been jailed on what his supporters called phony charges.

    Chen Guangcheng vs. the Culture of Death

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