The180

Abortions for some but not all, left-footed braking, and regret over raising a secular child

On this week's episode of The 180: Ableism and disability scholar Gregor Wolbring questions why Canadians are outraged over sex-selective abortions but accept the option for ability-selective ones as the standard of care. Plus, the case for left-footed braking, and hear one woman's regrets about raising her child without religion.
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On this week's episode of The 180: Ableism and disability scholar Gregor Wolbring questions why Canadians are outraged over sex-selective abortions but accept the option for ability-selective ones as the standard of care. Plus, the case for left-footed braking, and hear one woman's regrets about raising her child without religion. 

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