Nojoud Muhammed Nasser wants a divorce. She is eight years old, and really too cute to be illustrating an angry feminist rant, but I guess that's sort of the point: Nasser's dad married her off to a thirty-year-old child molester, and while that sort of thing is perfectly legal in Yemen since they amended the marital age limit laws in 1999, the molester was not supposed to try to actually molest her, according to the law, until she was "mature." Remarkably, he did not comply. It's a tossup who is the more reprehensible man in this story: the husband —"Whenever I wanted to play in the yard he beat me and asked me to go to the bedroom with him," she tells the Yemen Times, or the dad, who "beat me and told me that I must marry this man, and if I did not, I would be raped and no law and no sheikh in this country would help me" — until you learn her dad is a beggar who probably has mental problems. Some interesting context re the Yemen Times: they employ columnist Maged Thabet Al-Kholidy, author of the recent internet sensation: "There Must Be Violence Against Women."