Sperm discrimination

Sex determination techniques for insemination
Active prejudice towards undesirable sperm
A clinic in Hong Kong charges £2,500 for separating male and female sperm and insemination. The process it uses, devised 20 years ago, is considered 75-80% reliable for selecting boys and 70% for girls.
1. Gender choice is a 'lesser evil' than other practices, such as amniocentesis or ultrasound scans -- followed by abortion in the event of a female foetus.

2. This service is for those who want to have a 'balanced family'.

3. The Chinese attitude makes it very important to have boys, as only boys can carry on the family name.

In gender selection, it is women who always suffer the discrimination. The operation of such a clinic keeps that kind of thing going.
(E) Emanations of other problems