When Bosnian Serbian forces took the city of Srebrenica, they massacred 8,000 noncombatant men and boys in an effort to eliminate those they thought would take up arms again them. While generally termed a racially-motived genocide, Heather McRobie of The Guardian suggests we start additionally thinking of the incident as a gendercide. To the lists of gendercides, she suggests adding the mass murders of women in Guatemala City and Ciudad Juárez and to think about adding the widescale murders of female children in India and China. According to Robie, recognizing gender-based mass murders as gendercides rather than "femicides" will help bring more attention and legitimacy to an issue largely considered a "women's issue." Also, it's equally wrong. [The Guardian]