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I think we would all agree that sex trafficking is a horrible thing, but there are a lot of questions here that no one seems to be asking. Verification is also important, and I don’t see any here.
How does this qualify as a documentary, what is the definition used here? It’s one person telling a tale with nothing else at all. There’s no details, no facts, nothing ‘real’ that can be looked into or verify. There is nothing else at all provided, no other footage, there’s nothing.
I have an ex with BPD who writes these weird blogs where, alternately she was abused by me, her father, her mother or all three.
She now sells essential oils and claims she can ‘open her third eye and see the winged serpents in people that make them sick’.
Unfortunately for a lot of actual abuse survivors, there are plenty of sick people who love the power a good victim story seems to give them.
Hmm, she speaks in very vague terms about all of this. No names, no places, nothing that can be verified in any way. And she says she knew a place where they literally slaughtered hundreds of children, but now she… teaches prison yoga. Because all her rapists are dead, according to her. How convenient.
From the first time I heard this woman speak years ago… I had a weird feeling about her. I couldn’t prove she was lying and that she’s mentally ill but I’m inclined to believe she’s completely unstable and lying (or entirely delusional).
There are real victims out there but I don’t think she’s one of them. Saying that she won’t name names even after these supposed predators have already died is what made me decide she’s lying.