Too many ‘quality’ women

China now wants them back at home and pregnant.

An ageing population is not the only result of China’s unbalanced population growth. Discriminatory practices long thought to be dead and buried are also being revived, a case in point being the recent media campaigns targeting women, with an eye to redefining their roles inside the family.

The government, in fact, is now encouraging women to put their career aside, along with the other freedoms they have gained with emancipation in the last half century, and go back to being housewives. New manpower is needed to correct the imbalances caused by over thirty years of social engineering. The slogans being echoed in the media would have you believe that young women should marry early and have children the way they used to, even two per couple, now that the one-child policy has been sidelined as of the start of this year.

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