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North Korean women help to meet the shortage of brides in China's male-dominated society. Why are an estimated 85 percent of the North Koreans who manage to make their way to freedom in South Korea women?
And why do nearly all come by way of China, rather than across the heavily guarded DMZ, and have sad stories of sexual abuse to tell? The backward North Korean economy produces very little that the world wants. But Big Brother China, however, is hungry for the two things Pyongyang does have in relative abundance: The women help to meet the shortage of brides in China's male-dominated society. China's one-child policy has devastated the female population.
Over the past three-and-a-half decades that the policy has been in place, tens of millions of girls have disappeared from the population. They were killed in utero by sex-selection abortions, at birth by female infanticide , or after birth by simple neglect. Sex-selection abortion is the biggest offender. Almost ten million such abortions were carried out between the years and That works out to unborn girls eliminated every day, , eliminated each year, and six and half million each decade.
This targeting of unborn baby girls has so skewed the sex ratio at birth that there are now at least boys born for every girls. The result is that women of marriageable age are in short supply. There are now an estimated 33 million men in China who cannot find brides -- at least inside of China. And so they look abroad. The State Department's "Trafficking in Persons Report" acknowledged the connection, stating that "the Chinese government's birth control policy and a cultural preference for sons, create a skewed sex-ration of boys to girls in China, which served as a key source of demand for the trafficking of foreign women as brides for Chinese men and for forced prostitution.
The population of Kim Jong Un 's socialist paradise subsists in near famine conditions , with two in five North Koreans undernourished and more than two-thirds on food aid. The latest United Nations report , published in March , paints a grim picture: Out of a population of 24 million, "an estimated 18 million people are dependent on Government food rations while A lack of access to basic services including water and sanitation, as well as a weak health infrastructure further threaten the well-being of the population, particularly young children and pregnant and breastfeeding women.