The practice spreads from China and India to Vietnam:
Birth history statistics indicate that the SRB in Viet Nam has recorded a steady growth since 2001. Starting from a level probably close to the biological standard of 105, the SRB reached 108 in 2005 and 112 in 2006, a value significantly above the normal level…. These results suggest that prenatal sex determination followed by selective abortion has recently become more common in Viet Nam.
How fortunate that Oppressive Patriarchy is no longer an issue. I’m sure that the brave new age of Secular Science will be much better for women… assuming, of course, that they’re permitted to live in the first place.