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.
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
I’m so embarrassed that an organization I work with has partnered so publicly with Alyssa Milano.— elisabeth epps is tired. (@elisabeth) May 13, 2019
I have no power here, no pull and no platform, but I’ve gotta do/say something.
There’s no way I’m the only one cringing to be even peripherally associated with that woman.
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