Chinese Embassy Brags Uyghur Women ‘No Longer Baby Making Machines’ After Reports About Forced Sterilization


The Chinese Communist Party’s U.S. Embassy boasted on Twitter how a study revealed Uyghur women felt as if they were “no longer baby-making machines.”

The study, which links “eradicating extremism” to the “emancipation” of Uyghur women and improvement of “gender quality and reproductive health,” comes amidst several reports the Chinese government has forcibly sterilized several women in Xinjiang province.

In an effort to cut Uyghur birth rates, the Chinese Communist Party has also been accuse of forcing abortions and birth control on the female population in the Chinese province.

Posting on Twitter, the embassy links to a study published in state-run media outlet China Daily claiming to show that the “eradication of extremism has given Xinjian women more autonomy.”

Natalie Winters

Natalie Winters is freelance reporter.

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