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Interracial relationship leads to permanent disfigurement for British model.


When white women have relationships with black men, they immediately assume an astronomically higher risk of being beaten, murdered, or diagnosed with AIDS.

British model Katie Piper thought that having a black boyfriend was fashionable. Interracial relationships are glorified by Hollywood. She was probably never told that black men are nine times more likely to beat or murder their girlfriend or wife. In the United States, “femicide” is a leading cause of death among young black women.

A black boyfriend Piper met over the internet became enraged and brutally beat her. He then recruited another black man to throw acid on her face.

Sulfuric acid burned through all four layers of the skin on the 26-year-old’s face and neck.

She was left blind in one eye, unable to eat from the damage to her throat, and in need of over 30 corrective operations to repair the damage.

Piper begged relatives to kill her as she laid in a hospital bed after the attack. She has spent the last 18 months undergoing surgeries. She appeared on British television wearing a plastic mask over the weekend. All of the British media is praising her now, but none are talking about the obvious.

AIDS

A 2004 report by the CDC says that AIDS is the:

* the leading cause of death for black women aged 25–34 years.
* the 3rd leading cause of death for black women aged 35–44 years.
* the 4th leading cause of death for black women aged 45–54 years.

By way of comparison, AIDS was only the 11th leading cause of death for white women aged 25-34!

Homicide

The same CDC reports say that homicide is the:

* the leading cause of death among black men aged 15-34 years. (Three age categories!)

* the second leading cause of death for black women aged 15-24 years.
* the fifth leading cause of death for black women aged 25-34 years.

Among women aged 15-24, homicide accounts for 5% of premature deaths in white females, but 20% of all premature deaths by black females.

The majority of black female homicide victims are killed by a current or former boyfriend, which many refer to as “femicide.” About 93% of all black homicide victims are killed by a black perpetrator overall. 85% of white homicide victims are killed by a white perpetrator.

“The National Black Women’s Health Project” has identified the battering of women as the number one health issue for African American women (Joseph, 1997).

Femicide is a leading cause of premature deaths in African American women aged 15-44. (Journal of Issues in Nursing Vol 7, No. 1)

In 1998, Salber and Taliaferro reported that the spousal homicide rate among African Americans is 8.4 times more than for whites. The incidence of spousal homicide is 7.7 times higher in interracial marriages compared to intraracial marriages. (Source WebMD.com)