Stay out of it. If she wants to tell, she will. Right now she doesn't. Encourage her to be happy and have self esteem and let her know you will be there for her if she does decide to tell. You could also gently point out to her that if there are other small children in the family, it might be important to let their parents know.
Only if your gf wants to, otherwise you HAVE to be silent on the matter. it is her family and her choice... only she knows her family dynamics. She needs your support in whichever decision she makes. I understand how you feel but going against her might things worse not better. Tell her you will stand by her whenever she feels ready to tell.... and leave it at that. mx:))
I understand you care a lot for your girlfriend and really want justice. But ultimately it's not fair for you to do that for her, it's a huge betrayal of her trust especially if she has not told anyone else, it should be solely her decision to speak up when she is ready to. The only thing you can do is be supportive and encourage her along the way.
It sounds like a really screwed up family dynamic. I have two thoughts: one is that its your girlfriends call. The other is that silence and shame enables abuse and that he could be capable of doing it again.
No. Do not. Your girlfriend is in a very controlling situation. You are probably better off finding another to date.
Hell no Oo
you take matters into your own hands and bury the bastard in some field. Your supposed to be her man now, her protecter, well go make her feel safe!
No, that is her personal business and she confided in you. She must be the one to say something. If you push she will buck. So let her do it at her own time.
The only thing you can do is protect her from the cousin by being a barrier between them. That's as far as you need to take it for now.
IF he starts acting suspicious at all, tell her parents.
don't tell,you sort it.
Nope, let her decide when and how to tell people; it's her life, you're only dating her.