Deesh Sekhon is an Indian woman. In a way, this alone makes her a survivor.
It's been called gendercide: the elimination of girls through sex-selective abortion, neglect or murder to avoid a deep-set custom in Indian culture -- paying dowry to future husbands' families. According to the United Nations, as many as 50,000 female fetuses are aborted every month in India, and untold numbers of baby girls are abandoned or killed.
In December, Sekhon, a photographer from Abbotsford, British...Full Story