In general, more boys than girls are born in the United States, by a ratio of 1.05 to 1. But among American families of Chinese, Korean and Indian descent, the likelihood of having a boy increased to 1.17 to 1 if the first child was a girl, according to the Columbia economists. If the first two children were girls, the ratio for a third child was 1.51 to 1 — or about 50 percent greater — in favor of boys.How long does it take to finally cast off the misogyny of the old world?
Still killing daughters
Asian immigrants to the US are probably aborting their daughters:
at Monday, June 15, 2009