Something is happening to your body.
Something strange that’s not happening to the bodies of your friends.
It began with the bumps.
On your chest.
Two swellings that are very tender to the touch. So much so that you can no longer sleep on your stomach. And when you go to the swimming pond now, you can’t take off your top because the other kids stare.
Then came the hair.
Which is supposed to be only on your head, like your friends. But your hair is now sprouting in places you don’t understand. Like that place where the big man who comes to lay on top of you at night touches.
He has hair down there, too.
Did it rub off on you?
But there’s something even stranger happening to your body now. The growing bump. Much, much bigger than your chest bumps. This growing bump gets bigger every month. It makes you feel sick sometimes. It makes you feel tired a lot, too.
And there’s something scary about this bump.
It squirms. It pokes you. It twists and flops.
There’s something alive in there…
As disquieting as it is, there are babies having babies around the world.
In 1930, a 6-year-old girl in the USSR became pregnant after being molested by her grandfather. Though she carried the baby to term, it was stillborn.
In 1910, a 7-year-old Chinese girl became pregnant by a 9-year-old Chinese boy. The two became the nation’s youngest parents ever.
In April of 2000, an 8-year-old Russian girl from the Rostov region gave birth to a baby conceived with a 13-year-old boy.
Girls as young as 1 years old have become pregnant and birthed babies.
Though we tend to think of this phenomena as extremely rare, in fact there have been 245 girls under the age of 10 who have given birth within the last half-century alone.
And these are just the ones which are documented.
Most parents hide such disturbing pregnancies, for obvious reasons. Because of this, it is very difficult to document this phenomena, and nearly impossible to know exactly how often it occurs or the biological cause of such very young girls becoming pregnant and carrying a child to term.
What do you think of this phenomena?