Daughters in Demand

Given a choice, many parents prefer to adopt girls. But should parents be allowed to select their child's sex? And how does the desire for daughters affect the adoption community—and the children themselves?

Two children awaiting adoption sit on a seesaw

Given a choice, many parents prefer to adopt girls. But should parents be allowed to select their childs sex? And how does the desire for daughters affect the adoption communityand the children themselves?

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