by Chuck Colson –
On Sunday, June 26, CNN aired a heart-breaking report, “Nepal’s Stolen Children.” The documentary, narrated by actress Demi Moore, told the story of Nepalese girls who were sold into slavery and turned into prostitutes in neighboring India.
During the broadcast Moore broke down and cried and spoke about making sure this kind of thing never happens again.
While no one can diagree with that. The problem is that we are ignoring an important part of what is driving this inhumane traffic in innocence.
That “part” was the subject of a New York Times column the day after the broadcast. The title, “160 Million and Counting,” referred to the number of “missing” women in the world. Not “missing” as in “disappeared,” rather, as in “never born in the first place.” [Read more…]