Petra Luna is a public figure who is a professional musician by trade but much more to her beloved fans and followers. She has become one of the matriarchs of her cause to fight child abuse as well as one of the cause’s most recognized faces. An exemplary survivor of all forms of abuse, she inspires thousands of people to unite in the name of her cause. She also encourages victims of abuse to seek help, justice and recovery through her music and nonprofit organization she calls the P. Luna Foundation. She currently commands an internet network of awareness web sites that has gained over 100,000 followers and receives over 1,000,000 hits per year.
You can read her complete bio, and get the full album credits at petraluna.com
ALL proceeds from the sale of this music are donated to the P. Luna Foundation!
The P. Luna Foundation fights child abuse by creating innovative programs to educate, aid law enforcement, and build awareness about the growing epidemic of child abuse and exploitation.
What do we do?
Child Abuse EDUCATION, AWARENESS AND PREVENTION and an annual campaign called Male Abuse Awareness Week every December 1-8.
By buying these songs, you are not just buying music. You are giving to a great cause. For more information, go to help4guys.org and/or plunafoundation.org.
About this CD:
Warning: This CD contains explicit lyrics and content dealing with child sexual abuse.
“Fight Them All” is about a reoccurring dream by 9 year old female victim of sexual abuse. The dream consists of her killing her step father who is molesting her and her mother who knows about it and fails to do anything to protect her.
“I’m Fat So What” is a song that makes light of having a few extra pounds and not obsessing over it.
“War” is a battle cry for all adults who were sexually abused to rise up and help the kids of today from becoming victims of this terrible form of abuse. This song is a declaration of war.
“On Fire” is about animal abuse, specifically dogs. On Fire means that the fight is on to help dogs from the cowards that are cruel enough to abuse them.
“Innocence” is about emotional abuse and how someone with a seemingly normal childhood can turn to drug addiction and prostitution. Telling children they are no good is as harmful as a fist.
“Mama’s Hands” is a horror story about a little girl whose mother locks her in a room and physically tortures her.