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On Saturday, Alyssa Milano called for a sex strike in response to the abortion law passed in Georgia. Milano called for women to resist having sex until they had legal control over their body.
Two abortion laws have made headlines in the past week, in both Georgia and Alabama, along with many other states in recent months. The new law in Georgia bans abortion once a fetal heartbeat is heard and is scheduled to go into effect in 2020.
Critics of Milano’s sex strike have spoken out on separate sides of the issue. Many have spoken out in regards to objections in support of the abortion laws. Others have spoken out against the Milano strike on the basis that it suggest sex is just used as a method to reward men. Allie Beth Stucky, who has supported the laws, gave a response to Pam Keith, a former Democratic congressional candidate from Florida:
Matt Walsh also gave a hilarious response to the sex strike:
Milano and Democrats would like to label these laws as a war on women and women’s rights. These actions by Milano come on the heels of Pennsylvania Democratic Representative Brian Sims who harassed some teenagers and others outside of a Planned Parenthood clinic in Philadelphia. Hundreds came out to support those in Philadelphia on Saturday at a pro-life rally outside the Planned Parenthood clinic and Rep. Sims has now blocked his Twitter account. The left would like to think that everyone is in support of their agenda and for these “women’s rights” that they claim to be arguing for, but I believe the responses on Twitter and the support in Philadelphia would speak otherwise.