Coffee Date with Luna: Why?

Hello everyone and welcome to another Coffee Date with Luna!

Our theme of today is not a very nice one but it’s a necessary one. I understand that there are many important subjects we could discuss and write about here but I, as a survivor or domestic abuse and a person that knows damn well how the system works, have to speak about this.

Epstein. May he rot in hell for all eternity and may that abomination of a woman that’s in jail now join him after she spills the truth on everyone involved.  Disgusting. It is disgusting that the authorities knew about this while they were abusing and trafficking girls. We all know it’s all true. We all know those girls do not have a reason to lie and that they are just a drop in the ocean of millions of girls whose childhood and teenage years were taken away from them. Why aren’t we talking about the girls who were brainwashed, scared into submission, to the sisters that were IGNORED BY THE FBI WHEN THEY SPOKE UP YEARS BEFORE EPSTEIN HAD A RAPE ISLAND!!!!!

Disgusting. I could insult and rain shit on Epstein and Maxwell but let’s talk about the actual impact this has on women who are victims of any type of assault and abuse, not just sexual.

Why was Epstein able to do what he did?

Why was he conveniently suicided when the eye of the public was on this case?

The two things that run the world and are well connected. This shit went to the top. Why is no one speaking about that carrot looking troll in the White house who is a known misogynist, who insulted women and said “you need to grab them by the pussy” – why is no one looking into his friendship with Epstein? Why is prince andrew still free? Why are we letting this happen in front of our eyes.

A victim has come forward and accused prince andrew and he is out while she is still fighting for justice.  Even if there’s a crown on your head or a title in front of your name, you will be held accountable. I think it’s just deplorable how the British press had more to say about Markle, how they harassed her while there’s an alleged pedophile in the “royal” family. We can also talk about how the “royal” family is not saying anything about this, but I do not have the whole day. All I will say that as long as the powerful protect the powerful, the rest of us are a long way from justice.

And this is what scares the shit out of me. This case went up to the top. Not only were judges, FBI and lawyers looking at this, the world was keeping up with this case. The world was looking at this and everyone involved is telling women all across the world that they need to shut up when they are assaulted because no one is doing shit about it.

We are literally looking at money buying a way out for pedophiles so why should women anywhere be encouraged to speak out not only on Epstein but on other men? I know what fear is and I know what it means to FIGHT FOR YOUR LIFE in a system designed to fail the victims and this is not an exaggeration. Why don’t we understand that women speaking out on assault and looking for protection are actually trying to save their life? Why do we need a dead woman, bodies piling up to realize that the fight against abuse is a fight for life?

True story now. I was a minor when I testified against my father and I mean, I was a minor! I have memories of my childhood very suppressed but I was somewhere between 10-12 years old. A psychiatrist who worked with my father stated that he is a man capable of killing. A trained specialist in his field described my father as a potential murderer. The police ignored us for years, there was actually a plot to get my sister and me away from my mom and we fought through everything, we got our day in court. Do you know what happened when 10-12 years old me stepped out of the judge’s room where I testified? My father was sitting there. The system that finally said “We are here to protect you before he kills you” let my severely violent father know that his underaged child was giving a testimony which will help to put him in prison. The fear I felt that day in something that cannot be described in words. For years I lived in fear of him escaping and killing the three of us. And just for the record, he did escape a few times from the facility where they held him after he got out of jail.

So these aggressions against women in the Epstein case by the system happen on a daily basis as well and why should women feel encouraged to step out or believe they have the right to protection if we are looking at pedophiles and rapists walking around freely while there are evidence and allegations against them?

I know that his coffee date has been a lot of WHY? But I believe you got my message. I am just here being 24 years old and still fighting my traumas, looking at this case and asking myself

When is this going to stop?

When are women going to have rights in reality, not just paper?

When will humanity be more important than money?

When will there be justice?

How many more victims are there?

How many more will there be?

16 thoughts on “Coffee Date with Luna: Why?

  1. A VERY important thing to discuss. Thank you for sharing your story. It breaks my heart to know so many have this trauma in their lives. It important to make sure our communities are places where this does not occur

  2. You’re amazing. Hard to find the right words… but thanks for sharing and for speaking up. ❤️

  3. Thank you dear Luna for sharing your story here. YES, this is a hugely important issue that gets little to no real attention and action taken to eradicate it! You are exactly right unfortunately, money, power and greed keep this filthy machine running. It takes a each and every woman, like yourself to tell your story of bravery and courage so that another woman feels safe to come forward with her truth. I do believe the tide is turning. This patriarchal society we live in is crumbling. Your courage speaks volumes and the questions you present here all deserve answers. Thank you, sending you so much love sister❤❤❤

  4. How very brave to share your story. Thank you for this.

  5. You are so brave!
    Thank you for sharing your story

  6. Thank you for sharing. It must have taken a lot of courage. We must keep fighting these rapists and pedophiles.

  7. Very, very brave.

  8. I feel that there are not many words that I could say BUT WOW! I admire your strength. You have shown incredible strength to write such words alone.

  9. You are so brave Luna – brave now and brave then. I wish I had had your bravery and spoken out when I was 13, and not in the danger you were. One of the reasons that things haven’t changed is that people like me lacked your courage to speak out – and I am so sorry for that. And I admire you for doing so. <3

    1. You ere 13, a little girl. Never ever feel bad that you didn’t speak out. Just commenting what you did above, is speaking out, and that is courage in itself.

  10. Thank you for sharing this.

  11. Thank you Luna for sharing your story
    Stay safe happy healthy and wealthy

  12. 💔❤️

  13. Thank-you. Your bravery in writing about this issue, is giving many strength to write about their ordeals. The more it is known, the more chance there is of abuse being stopped.

  14. Thank you for your courage in expressing this, Luna. As a Brit, I’m ashamed of our royal family, a bunch of elites overflowing with their sense of entitlement. You are absolutely right abour power protecting power, as wwealth protects wealth. Most countries have a system of law, but few have a system of justice. An those who are supposed to ensure the law is both fair and just are largely more concerned with making a profit from it than with ensuring people get their just deserts, whether victim or criminal. Keep safe and stay well.

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