“but they were both girls, and my father-in-law gave them to foreigners”

“It’s not a child,” she interrupted. “It’s a girl baby, and we can’t keep it.”

A heartbreaking, revolting first-person account of China’s unwanted baby daughters, written by woman who tried to save one: China’s lost girls

(One important aspect of baby girl adoption in China not emphasized in the above article is how international adoption fuels baby theft and trafficking. See here, here, here, and here.)

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