Sex chat between boy and girl
In all societies that record births, between 103 and 106 boys are normally born for every 100 girls.
The ratio has been so stable over time that it appears to be the natural order of things.
For comparison, there are 23m boys below the age of 20 in Germany, France and Britain combined and around 40m American boys and young men.
According to CASS, China in 2020 will have 30m-40m more men of this age than young women.Gendercide—to borrow the title of a 1985 book by Mary Anne Warren—is often seen as an unintended consequence of China's one-child policy, or as a product of poverty or ignorance. The surplus of bachelors—called in China , or “bare branches”— seems to have accelerated between 19, in ways not obviously linked to the one-child policy, which was introduced in 1979.And, as is becoming clear, the war against baby girls is not confined to China.Taiwan's sex ratio also rose from just above normal in 1980 to 110 in the early 1990s; it remains just below that level today.
During the same period, South Korea's sex ratio rose from just above normal to 117 in 1990—then the highest in the world—before falling back to more natural levels.That order has changed fundamentally in the past 25 years.