Why parents should not be told the sex of their fetus: a response to the commentaries
I am pleased to see that my article, ‘Why parents should not be told the sex of their fetus’, has generated some thoughtful commentaries. The article challenges a number of commonly held ideas, so I am glad to have this opportunity to emphasise and extend some of the points in the article. I will focus on Davis’ commentary and Mikhalevich and Powell’s commentary primarily because I agree with Kane and Rothman’s views. (Although I will also respond to Rothman’s concern.)
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