Alyssa Milano had a unique response to Georgia’s new abortion law, suggesting women join her on a sex strike until they’ve regained “full control” of their bodies.
See the response to the Charmed actress below.
Alyssa Milano Dragged After Suggesting Women Go On #SexStrike was originally published on hiphopwired.com
Only butt stuff during the sex strike— Rachel Sennott (@Rachel_Sennott) May 12, 2019
me explaining to my boyfriend why we’re going on a sex strike: pic.twitter.com/AU6PYVv30C— Eva Victor (@evavictor) May 12, 2019
Someone tell Alyssa Milano’s husband to call me.— Bridget Phetasy (@BridgetPhetasy) May 11, 2019
Women go on a sex strike this week and dudes are like, meh, we have the PS4.— Stephen L. Miller (@redsteeze) May 13, 2019
Jon Snow goes on a sex strike and his girl torches an entire city to the ground and turns innocent people into flaming charcoal.
@Alyssa_Milano god forbid women have sex because they enjoy it. God forbid women have sex outside of marriage or monogamous relationships. Let’s stop criminalizing and restricting a woman’s right to choose and exercise her sexuality for politics. Keep politics separate. 🙅🏽♀️nope— Aminka Belvitt (@MsBelvitt) May 12, 2019
1. I already plan on having sex this weekend.— Rebecca Theodore-Vachon (@FilmFatale_NYC) May 11, 2019
2. My partner is pro-choice, why should he be punished? He’s not the enemy.
3. I feel like this sex strike is kinda what these uptight jackass politicians who want to illegalize abortion want? pic.twitter.com/vSZBW4hqy8
Alyssa Milano calls for sex strike to protest new abortion laws. Given the lack of sex in many marriages a lot of men wouldn't notice the difference. And it's pretty insulting to women who do like sex to suggest a strike would simply punish their partners. https://t.co/vS1VEtfyil— Bettina Arndt (@thebettinaarndt) May 13, 2019
As someone who has mostly had sex solely because it's fun (which is what the abortion bans are *really* punishing women for), I think this sex strike business is an inappropriate way to deal with sexist men being sexist. Punishing myself doesn't hold them accountable.— Elizabeth Spiers (@espiers) May 12, 2019