13-Year-Old Child Bride Bleeds to Death After Sex with “Husband”
After writing a couple of quick posts about degenerate near midget Tyler Ross Cole – the 18-year-old who was caught having sex with a 13-year-old runaway he met on Facebook – I got a couple of nasty comments from most likely young girls defending this scumbag. As usual it was all about how the girl “knew what she was doing” and the adult wasn’t hurting her.
Sorry ladies but adults having sex with children can hurt them – or even kill them. From Betty Confidential:
In Yemen, arranging child marriages is a popular practice, with more than a quarter of Yemen’s females being married under the age of 15. This is partly because of the tribal belief that, the younger the bride, the better the chance that she will be obedient to her husband. These marriages are also very tempting to poor families, as the husband must pay the family for his underage bride.
So, children as young as 12 and 13 are being married to men in their 20s and older. Girls like one 13-year-old from Hajja province, who was married to a 23-year-old man, and then died just four days after their wedding. She bled to death – from a tear in her genitals.
Her husband was her brother’s good friend, and the two had arranged to “exchange” their sisters because it would be cheaper than usual bride-prices. The husband has since been detained by authorities after his wife’s death on April 2.
In September, another child bride (this time, a 12-year-old), died after struggling to give birth for three full days.
I linked this story because it also shows why people who molest young girls do so. The children are not yet experienced enough to have an equal relationship with the molester. That’s why Cole wants children – not because he loves them but because they don’t have the wherewithal to know why they shouldn’t be with him.
More importantly the average 13-year-old hasn’t finished growing, thus sex with them can literally hurt them and pregnancy can kill them. So all you Cole supporters out there think about that.