Published Friday, 20 September 2013
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Ann Furedi insists that her views are not quite so clear-cut as has been reported.
While she says that she has not referred to any kind of abortion as being "good or bad", she feels that a baby's gender could contribute to a mother's distress to the point where an abortion would be legal on the grounds that the mother's wellbeing is at risk.
"There may be cultural reasons; there can be all kinds of difficulties," Ann told This Morning's Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford, during a debate on the issue on Friday.
"No woman ever comes into a clinic and says: 'Do you know what? I think I'd rather have a girl than a boy, so I don't want to have this baby'."
Journalist Sonia Poulton says she, like Ann, is pro-choice - but she still doesn't agree with her point of view on sex-selection abortions, stating that it's "abhorrent and immoral".
She thinks that the issue opens doors to go down a "designer baby" route.
"My other worry is that it's not always the woman's choice. Sometimes that is pressure that she may get from her community," Sonia added.
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