I saw some study that said that the process were you can choose the sex of your child is used about 90% of the time to get a girl...I mean its fine people choose...but why don't people want boys? It kinda saddens me...I'd prefer the natural way myself...but honestly I'd love and cherish whatever God gave me...even if I had the choice...I couldn't choose...Id have to flip a coin or something...I love boys and girls. they're both a precious gift to the world...why are more people choosing girls..I mean this means that if everyone chose the gender of their kids...we'd have 90% of the population come out female..that could cause some issues. Why are girls more important than boys?
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Well, that's kind of interesting to me since most of the men I've talked to about kids all say they want a boy simply because they think boys are easier to raise and less worry. Now, I don't know if I agree- I think teenage guys get into trouble, can be moody like girls and as a mother I think I would worry no matter who my child was. So, I'm not sure it's actually TRUE boys are easier, but expectant fathers I've talked to seem to think they are, which means if they had a choice it wouldn't be a girl. As for expectant mothers/women in general, I don't think there are a majority who would choose a girl first, I think it's fairly evenly split between wanting a boy/girl and not caring. Personally, I wouldn't choose, just let things happen the way nature intended and the surprise when it comes out will be welcome either way. I go back and forth between wanting my first to be a girl or a boy, but I would be glad of either and eventally would like to have both. So, I'm not sure where the information the study used came from, but it seems incongruent with my own knowledge/experiences.0