Sometimes it’s easy to forget that there are countries in the world where some of the basic human rights that we take for granted are non-existent. Women remain second class citizens across the greater part of the globe and children are frequently regarded as little more than objects to raise funds. Take this appalling case of divorce involving a child of eight in Saudi Arabia. It seems that social pressure at least brought the husband in this case to do what we in the West would consider the decent thing but, in the meantime and until the age of marriage is raised legally in countries like Saudi, there are countless children effectively being sold into marriage on a daily basis. Who, more than them, should be able to say,"I don't know why I married him?" Who, more than them, should be entitled to seek a divorce if not avoid marriage in the first place.