I think one of the most potent and predominant things that I extracted from all my research was this: There isn't a single social or political issue in this world that could be considered simple. When observing a global issue, there are so many variables to consider, and from so many different sources. For example, it was extremely difficult to find a precise and accurate number of the "boys to girls born" ratio, because almost every different source had different statistics. Likewise, it was difficult to determine exactly how these women feel about the endless cycle of opression and sexism they continue to face. Some sources indicated that were incredibly distraught, and that many faced post-partum depression. Many others stated that the practice of gendercide and infanticide was so common, it effected them so minimally. It is incredibly difficult for one to even comprehend the complexity and the interconnection of everything. This principle both shocks and amazes me immensely.