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Marry Our Daughter: American Teenagers For Sale

by | 13th, September 2007

marryourdaughter533.jpgIN AMERICA you can sell your daughter:

Kyra A.
Age: 14 ½,
Location: Southeast

Bride Price:
$27,995 Kyra likes the outdoors, more the open air of the beach or the desert than the woods. She would love to live somewhere away from it all. She is bright and funny and full of life and while she has little direct experience with the opposite sex we have made sure she is aware of everything she needs to know to be a good wife and mother.

Our service:

Marry Our Daughter is an introduction service assisting those following the Biblical tradition of arranging marriages for their daughters.

Those who wish to list their Daughters with our site should click on SIGN UP OUR DAUGHTER on our main page for a form to fill out.

Those who wish to propose to a specific Daughter should click on the PROPOSE button on the Daughter’s INFO CARD.


A: Absolutely. Within the United States girls can marry as young as 13 years old with parental permission, and the Bride Price is a custom of long standing, mentioned many times in the Bible, and as such is a protected religious practice. Click HERE for a listing of the age limits and legal requirements in various states. Click HERE for what the Bible says on Bride Price.

Americans only:

A: We need to be able to follow up on the satisfaction of our customers, which is too difficult to do in foreign countries.

Do I get a free Silver Ring Thing? Writes the NY Times:

“People get angry so fast they don’t stop to question whether its real,” says the creator of, John Ordover, who masqueraded as the site’s fictional publicity director, the unlikely surnamed Roger Mandervan.

It’s a spoof. It gets around 1,000 angry letters a day.

“As far as I can tell, in every state but Oregon, parents can marry off their children,” Mr. Ordover said, pointing to this Cornell University Web site which tracks the various state marriage laws. Texas has a particularly ridiculous legal discrepancy, he says. Kids as young as 14 need parental permission to get married – unless, the law says, they have already been married before.

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