My #Video Response to 10 Questions on #India’s #Gendercide of #Women

for sure it is a long and hard process to change a society. I adore Rita Banerji’s engagement for a human basic: respect vs. women.


As founder of The 50 Million Missing Campaign to end female gendercide in India, I was recently sent a list of e-interview questions from college students in Delhi. I respond to these questions in the video below.  The 10 questions I answer are also listed below the video embed.  The video is a bit long (40 minutes) but these are very frequently asked questions and they are important to this issue.  So please watch, and if you have additional questions, do put them in the comment box below.

To watch a video that I presented to the UN in which I explain how more than 50 million women have been exterminated from India click here.

  1. Can female gendercide ever end given how entrenched it is in Indian culture and religion?
  2. Why do parents not give up baby girls for adoption instead of killing them?
  3. What’s the use advocating for…

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5 responses to “My #Video Response to 10 Questions on #India’s #Gendercide of #Women

  1. Thank you dear Dietmar! You are the greatest friend for me and the 50 Million Missing Campaign!


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  3. Thank you for showing your daughters. I am proud of their integration.
    Your caring comments bolster me and enrich my days.
    Jeanne Poland


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