‘BETI - Female Selective Abortion in India’ is a graphic narrative based in India, that represents sex discrimination and gender bias through a cultural narrative with supplemental information on topics such as, science, laws and statistics. The book mainly focuses in the most extreme form of sex discrimination, female selective abortion, which is; is the termination of pregnancy based on the fetus being female. This occurs in select groups in India that sex discriminates due to cultural prejudice against females regardless of availability of resources and economy. The graphic narrative is to educate females on sex discrimination (female selective abortion) and why this leads to gender bias for women and gender imbalance in society in the future. This book fills the gap of information between the science relating to reproduction and sex and what the cultural misconceptions of sex (ie. gender) and reproduction are. Understanding these topics will within a narrative of a story with the right scientific infomration will enable them to make connections about gender based on a different context, through science as opposed purely through cultural perception.