Argument: Sex selection does not result in parents choosing boys over girls
"A Boy for You, a Girl for Me: Technology Allows Choice". Washington Post. December 14, 2004 - "Proponents counter that there is no bias against girls in the United States. In fact, American couples are just as likely, if not more likely, to want a girl.
'We get roughly the same number of parents coming in who will request a boy as will request a girl,' said David L. Hill, scientific director of the ART Reproductive Center in Beverly Hills, Calif. 'It's not as if everyone is coming in wanting a male.'
At MicroSort, 75 percent of parents have been seeking girls, Karabinus said."