Suppose you recently started working at a medical facility and you had just gotten your best-friend-from-college a job there.
As a new employee, her job is to move people from the lobby to the proper treatment room. Specifically, moving people who recently came to the United States and English was not their first language.
Your friend calls you at the end of your shift because she had been summarily fired.
She was moving a young, Asian couple from the lobby to ultrasound and she deduced that the woman intended to abort the fetus if it was a girl. Instead of moving them to ultrasound she dropped them off at Ethics Counseling.
Your friend urges you to publicly protest because your friend just knew that the woman was being coerced by the man into making that decision. Her body, her choice. Right?
What do you do?
Registered agents with a large, Asian country start offering women in the United States $2000 if they abort girl fetuses.
They stand outside clinics in inner-city areas and if the candidates meet certain criteria then they are offered $2000 cash to abort the fetus.
After watching for a while, Social Justice Activists realize that the agents are making those decisions based on race and dependency on public welfare.
Is there anything wrong with this? After all, it is the woman's body and her choice. Bully for her if she can make a few bucks on the side.
The United States government decides to selectively fund abortion clinics in inner-cities.
After studying the statistics, Social Justice Activists realize that certain racial groups are aborting their babies at 3 times the rate of other racial groups primarily due to the location of the clinics.
Is this a problem?