In China: Using the Internet to Get Rid of Your Baby?
via The Atlantic:

A Guangzhou woman contemplating divorce attempted to give away her baby on second-hand-goods website, according to a Sina News article.
The mother, age 30, said that she was not ready to raise a child alone. She reportedly listed her 2-month-old baby boy as a “99 percent new” item, 100 percent free, and attached the above picture of her child on the site. She still hasn’t found a taker.

FJP: Wait, really? 

In China: Using the Internet to Get Rid of Your Baby?

via The Atlantic:

A Guangzhou woman contemplating divorce attempted to give away her baby on second-hand-goods website, according to a Sina News article.

The mother, age 30, said that she was not ready to raise a child alone. She reportedly listed her 2-month-old baby boy as a “99 percent new” item, 100 percent free, and attached the above picture of her child on the site. She still hasn’t found a taker.

FJP: Wait, really? 

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  1. dimwen reblogged this from futurejournalismproject and added:
    This is horrible; but also a pro-lifers worst dream :-/
  2. unniejackee reblogged this from afternoonsnoozebutton
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  7. pallas-athena reblogged this from afternoonsnoozebutton and added:
    I just did a final project on single mothers in China. It’s not a pretty story, and they are mostly nonexistent in a...
  8. kyrioib reblogged this from afternoonsnoozebutton and added:
    …I’d take him.
  9. minnesotan reblogged this from afternoonsnoozebutton
  10. basquavita reblogged this from afternoonsnoozebutton and added:
    shit i’ll take him. i been raising my baby (rabbit) alone since i was 20
  11. 3v3rythingisgood reblogged this from afternoonsnoozebutton
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  13. dearspacee reblogged this from futurejournalismproject and added:
    For real real?
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