In the “Opposing Perspectives: Too Many Boys?” feature in Chapter 2 (p. 51) of o

In the “Opposing Perspectives: Too Many Boys?” feature in Chapter 2 (p. 51) of our text, the topic of prenatal sex selection is discussed. Arguments for and against prenatal sex selection are identified, as well as potential influences in determining the legality of this practice. However, what is not necessarily reflected in the section is the range of potential advantages and disadvantages of selecting the sex of a child for different groups. Some of these advantages and disadvantages may be more likely to represent the practical aspect of prenatal sex selection (e.g., if a family has two children of the same sex they will be able to save money because the children can wear the same clothes), rather than the ethical or moral aspects of this practice.
View the video below then respond to the prompt that follows in a well-constructed essay of at least one page (250 words). Conclude your essay with your opinion on the topic. Be sure to provide a rationale for your opinion.

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