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Members of the WeChat group for pregnant remarried women present a petition to legalize their pregnancies at the provincial offices in Guangzhou, Guangdong, June 21, 2016. Credit: WeChat group, published in Sixth Tone

Another courageous article from Shanghai online news portal Sixth Tone describes the continued desperation of re-married women in Guangdong.

Another courageous article from Shanghai online news portal Sixth Tone describes the continued desperation of re-married women in Guangdong.

Because it was too late in the pregnancy to abort via medication or suction, Anxiang (not her real name) had to abort via induction. On August 1, she had an injection to terminate her daughter. Two days later, she was induced and went through labor in order to deliver the still-born child. The next day she sent a heartbreaking message to the WeChat group of remarried couples in Guangdong. “I saw my daughter. She didn’t move. She was dead.”

Reggie Littlejohn, President of Women’s Rights Without Frontiers, stated, “Our hearts go out to Anxiang and her husband. Although Anxiang was not physically dragged out of her home for an abortion, this abortion was nevertheless coerced. You can force someone through physical coercion or financial coercion. Any abortion against the will of the mother is forced. Read more.

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