Sex Boycott

Activist Alyssa Milano tweeted…

“Our reproductive rights are being erased. Until women have legal control over our own bodies we just cannot risk pregnancy. JOIN ME by not having sex until we get bodily autonomy back. I’m calling for a #SexStrike. Pass it on.”

Milano then added people have to “determine for themselves” how long the “sex strike” should last. For her part, she hasn’t decided yet how long she will forgo sex. “I mean I don’t know. I sent a tweet last night I haven’t really thought much past that this morning.”

What, exactly, does Milano and her ilk mean by “reproductive rights”?

If you were just learning the English language, you might safely deduce that this phrase meant “the right to reproduce.” But that would be a logical deduction, and there is nothing logical about the “Orwellian” reasoning of the left.

Instead, “reproductive rights” means a woman’s “right to kill the baby” in her womb. This is classic “doublespeak”, but in an especially deadly form, as “reproduction” here means “termination.”

“No sex until we have the right to kill our unborn!” Milano, of course, references a woman’s “legal right” over her body, reflecting the pro-abortion mentality that the baby is not an independent human being who has a “legal right” to life. Instead, the baby is an appendage of the mother’s body.

Some have even likened the baby in the womb to a “tumor or a growth or a clump of cells.” Mothers should have the “legal right” to dispose of such intrusions. This is what Milano also means by “bodily autonomy.”

In contrast, the baby has “no autonomy.” If the child wasn’t planned and isn’t wanted, it has only one choice: “to meet with a violent end.” To be a casualty. The “unborn have no constitutional rights” as Hillary Clinton proudly proclaimed.

And note carefully what Milano is saying: “It’s not worth having sex if you have to risk pregnancy.” So, it’s sex for “recreation”, not procreation, and abortion is just another form of “birth control.”

Of course, the left doesn’t normally put things so plainly and honestly.

Instead, pro-abortionists will remind us of the very difficult cases of a woman carrying a severely “disabled” baby, or a 15-year-old “rape” victim, sexually abused by her own step-father.

Cases like that are meant to evoke “compassion and sympathy”, and rightly so. But Milano let the “cat out of the bag.” That’s not the main concern with most who are “shouting” their murderous abortions today.

The issue is that “recreational” or “unprotected” sex just might lead to an “unwanted” pregnancy, and “abortion” is the simple solution. It’s “birth control” after conception rather than before conception, “just a little gorier and bloodier.”

But not to worry. If you don’t “want” the baby, don’t “have” the baby. And if that “choice” is taken away from you, Milano argues, then don’t “conceive” the baby.

For the record, that’s called “abstinence”, as others have gleefully pointed out, including this tweet: “Not sure this was thought through, but the pro life crowd supports your call to abstinence to prevent abortions. Well done!”

It would seem that Milano is intending to “punish” men as well, withholding “sex” from them since all men are somehow “guilty.” After all, it was mainly men who voted for Georgia’s pro-life bill and a male governor who signed it.

So, Milano apparently reasons, let’s hit these men where it “hurts and withhold sex.”

Lesbian Bette Midler, though, seems to have taken this one step further, tweeting, “I hope the #womenofGeorgia stop having sex with men until these indignities are overturned” in unison with the activists below.

In other words, “lesbian” sex is fine, since it cannot result in a “pregnancy”. Plus, women are not the “culprits” in passing this new law. Instead, punish those “evil” men, but let the ladies have “fun” as they please.

Am I reading too much into the words “stop having sex with men”? I think not.

What Midler and Milano fail to “grasp” is that there are millions of couples in America who have sex to be “intimate as well as to reproduce.” For them, the greatest news a wife could share with her husband would be, “I’m pregnant!”

And millions of Americans welcome “children” into the world every year, with tears of “joy and gratitude.”

All that is lost on the “radical” left, for whom pregnancy is a “risk” you take when you have sex, “abortion” is a method of birth control, and “reproductive rights” refers to the “right to stop” reproduction.

Alyssa Milano unintentionally “admitted” that abstinence works. The fact that the heartbeat bill – or any legislation, for that matter – does not “ban or restrict” birth control for women or men was ignored.

“Condoms, birth control pills, diaphragms” and the rest are all still available to “prevent” pregnancy. “Why call for the dramatic action of abstinence when normal birth control methods prevent pregnancy in the first place?”

The left has made itself perfectly “clear”, and the logic is positively “deadly.” And so, while some of Milano’s followers and colleagues will go “on strike”, abstaining from sex and producing “no offspring”, pro-lifers will continue to have “sex and babies.” It works out well after all.

The internet was having a “fabulous” time responding to Alyssa Milano’s call for a “sex strike” until Georgia’s fetal “heartbeat” bill is overturned.

“Hello, men. I’m available.” — Meredith (@FletchHerCox) May 11, 2019

Thanks for supporting abstinence @Alyssa_Milano, the number one way to prevent unintended pregnancy.” @AshleyBratcher

“What’s wrong with the #sexstrike is the notion that, like a child’s toy, cell phone, or video game, a woman’s body is an object that should be withheld to induce behavior modification and given back to men once they get off punishment.” @TalbertSwan

“From an evolutionary perspective, the radical feminist #sexstrike has the potential to save America. Yes, ladies, leave the terrible bondage of procreation to us horrible conservatives. Consider me a dear ally, friend and mentor on your commitment to abstinence.” @RealCandaceO

“Feminists promoting the #sexstrike make me laugh. Don’t they know that according to Sharia Law a woman can’t say ‘no’ to her husband? I’d like to see them oppose the law of the Mosque, but they won’t, because that would be Islamophobia”. @Imamofpeace

“Don’t let anyone talk you out of this Alyssa. It’s a fantastic idea. Less clients for Planned Parenthood! It’s what we’ve always wanted.” — Robby Starbuck (@robbystarbuck) May 11, 2019

“Great idea. Finally something responsible and the best way to prevent an abortion. Abortion shouldn’t be birth control anyway.” — Ed Christenson (@ed_christenson) May 11, 2019

“Thank you for encouraging insane FAR LEFT communists to stop reproducing. Your gift to humanity will not be forgotten!” #youdabest — Kg3737373 (@kg3737373) May 11, 2019

“Withhold sex from whom exactly? Women who are willing to withhold sex are not women who are going to be partnered with someone who holds differing political views.” — Augusta (@AugustaSgrbn) November 3, 2018

“Pro-abortion women are starting a sex strike to save abortion — and if you aren’t smacked by the irony of that, something is wrong with you.”

“Does it count as a sex strike if no one is fucking anyway?” Anna Khachiyan‏ @annakhachiyan

“Does Alyssa Milano have a team around her that could help her tweet less of the wrong things?” #SexStrike — Fabiola Cineas (@FabiolaCineas) May 11, 2019

“Please stop feeding the narrative that women are providers and men are consumers of sex. Bribing men for equal rights with access to our bodies is not how feminism works.” — feminist next door (@emrazz) May 11, 2019

 “The idea of a #SexStrike – where sex is something men seek and women withhold – is the same regressive model of sexuality that Republican men use to legislate! No thanks.” — Jessica Valenti (@JessicaValenti) May 11, 2019

 “Also a big part of the reason GOP men want to ban abortion is because they hate the idea of women having non-married, non-procreative sex! If anything we should be doing more fucking! I’ll stop soon, I promise. This just set me off. — Jessica Valenti (@JessicaValenti) May 11, 2019

 “Alyssa Milano is back being ridiculous again I see. What is a sex strike going to do besides reinforce patriarchal notions that women have sex only to please men?

Lysistrata is not an effective organizing tool. Instead, fuck whomever and support abortion funds.” #SexStrike — Imani Gandy (@AngryBlackLady) May 11, 2019

“Calling for a #SexStrike to protest for reproductive rights is ludicrous when the reason we’re facing a draconian attack on abortion is because of conservatives trying to control female bodies & sexuality. This reinforces women as gatekeepers to sex! It’s the opposite of helpful!” — Ella Dawson (@brosandprose) May 11, 2019

#Sexstrike stuff is very funny. Why are you having sex with anti-choice men in the first place? Stop doing that and not just for a sex strike but forever.” — Erika W. Smith (@erikawynn) May 11, 2019

“A more sustainable model than #sexstrike is this: don’t fuck anyone who is anti-choice. Ever. Judging by my mentions and how they speak to women, this should be easy. They are tempting no one.” — Geraldine (@everywhereist) May 11, 2019

“This idea frames sex as something that hetero women are subjected to rather than enthusiastic participants in.” — Lara Witt (@Femmefeministe) May 11, 2019

“This is the funniest thing I’ve seen all year you guys. Does Alyssa Milano understand her plan means: Democrats get no sex, get even grumpier and more unhinged.
Republicans keep having sex. Republicans get to laugh. Less babies get murdered as long as they keep this up” — Robby Starbuck (@robbystarbuck) May 11, 2019

“A #SexStrike goes some way toward rediscovering traditional sexual morality. Just don’t call it ‘continence’ or ‘chastity,’ lest the liberals wise up to the fact that they’re promoting what their enemies have been preaching for, oh, 3,000 years or so.” — Sohrab Ahmari (@SohrabAhmari) May 11, 2019

“Women who support the #SexStrike see sex as simply something they ‘give’ to men to gain something in return. They do not see sex as a mutual expression of love. In this case, they wish to exchange sex for abortion laws. Logically, such women are no different than prostitutes.” — RAMZPAUL (@ramzpaul) May 11, 2019

“My problem with this #SexStrike. It feeds the narrative that women only have sex to satisfy men’s sexual needs. It ignores women’s sexuality. Women like sex too!
It is not something we give to men to keep them happy! This pushes an outdated narrative, please stop it.”
— Michelle Guido (@heyyguido) May 11, 2019

“A #SexStrike also gives the impression that the primary function of a woman is as a body for heterosexual men to have sex with. I’m not down with that.” — Shannon Watts (@shannonrwatts) May 11, 2019

“Isn’t telling women to not have sex also a form of YOU denying them control over their bodies? Doesn’t this also presume that all women are straight and cis? @Alyssa_Milano is such an odd “activist.” — Preston Mitchum (@PrestonMitchum) May 11, 2019

“I’m sorry but I’m not sure how consequential women who don’t shave their underarms and wear vaginas on their head participating in a #SexStrike will be. Not sure these types of women are in any type of particular demand.” — CJ Pearson (@thecjpearson) May 11, 2019

“Liberal women go on a #SexStrike, you’ll find them at their usual hangout on aisle 12.” Payback is coming. — (@CommieforniaMag) May 11, 2019

“I’m all for this #SexStrike that’s being called for as women fight to prevent men from controlling their bodies, but most of these controlling, ignorant, old men are already likely on their own unintended sex strike. How about ONLY Women make laws controlling women’s bodies?” — Brian Krassenstein (@krassenstein) May 11, 2019

“I fully support the fight for women to have autonomy over their own bodies, including the #SexStrike. Though I also suspect that those men hateful enough to legislatively subjugate women aren’t having much sex to begin with, nor do they yield to consent.” #RealMenAreProChoice — John Pavlovitz (@johnpavlovitz) May 11, 2019

“Men who feel comfortable restricting women’s bodily autonomy in the legislature definitely do it at home/in the bedroom too. They will continue to get sex through force, coercion, or money.” — lauren (@readsalot2311) May 11, 2019

“Not having sex to own the very people who want you to stop having sex.” — Ines Helene (@inihelene) May 11, 2019

“That’s a great idea and amazingly enough will accomplish the goal of there being fewer abortions! Thanks for helping out with the #ProLife movement!” #UNPLANNED — Patriot_Keeper (@Patriot_Keeper) May 11, 2019

“Your brain cells are being erased at record setting pace.” — Tony Bruno (@TonyBrunoShow) May 11, 2019

“No SJWs breeding? Do it. Please do it. Meanwhile us normal people will make and raise big families of even MORE normal people with actual foundations based on morals values, logic, science, and common sense.” — Josh The Amazing Animator (@mordennight) May 11, 2019

 “Please tell me how I, as a woman, do not have “legal control over my body.” — Kayla Elles (@kaylamelles) May 11, 2019

“So, this tweet effectively admits the efficacy of an abstinence commitment? Keep it up, and everyone should get on board with the idea that if you aren’t willing or able to have a child, you should avoid the one activity that leads to having a child.” — Now That I’m Catholic (@now_catholic) May 11, 2019

“Bruh… I’ll never understand trying to withhold sex from dudes to get something. 1)sex isn’t the end all be all of our universe and 2) like I don’t have a computer and/or an imagination. We good over here fam. Good luck tho.” — chrisdrawsome (@chrisdrawsome) May 11, 2019

“Pope Paul VI right now:— Antoinette Lopes (@AntoinetteLopes) May 11, 2019

“If I got paid every time I used this gif when it comes to one of your ideas I could probably pay off the national debt.” —HelloHoudini @HelloHoudini) May 11, 2019 — Ocean Man (@OceanMan64) May 11, 2019

 “Only for Republican men. The men who are supportive to women’s rights are excluded. I’m lucky to have one of those.” — Vote Dem for the Planet (@Brasilmagic) May 11, 2019

“I think this is a great idea, Alyssa! I sincerely hope that every feminist in the world joins you!” — Matt Walsh (@MattWalshBlog) 1557590709.0

“I thought the Georgia abortion ban was a huge win by itself. But now that it‘s convinced feminists to stop having sex…” — Matt Walsh (@MattWalshBlog) 1557591044.0

“Considering that conservative men avoid feminists like the plague, the only dudes affected by the sex strike are th…” — Matt Walsh (@MattWalshBlog) 1557592144.0

Wait this is such a good idea. Don’t want to get pregnant… don’t have sex. It’s almost like it was……. designed that way?” — madeleine kohnen (@Mrs_maddikohnen) May 11, 2019

 “Lol you mean abstinence is a way to avoid pregnancy? And it’s a choice to abstain? This is easily the most pro-life strike I’ve ever seen.” — Sydney Vaughn (@AHumanPerson7) May 11, 2019

 “Does anyone else see the irony in calling for a #sexstrike to gain choice regarding unintentional pregnancies?” — Nicole Saphier, MD (@NBSaphierMD) May 11, 2019

“JOIN US in applauding @Alyssa_Milano. What do you think? Her #sexstrike actually treats preborn lives with respect.” — UnplannedMovie (@UnplannedMovie) 1557599405.0

“Finally, progressives are embracing the pro-life message. Don’t want to get pregnant? Don’t have sex.” — Erick Erickson (@EWErickson) 1557582053.0

“I just woke up and liberals are now campaigning for abstinence. 2019 is so weird.” #SexStrike — Daniel Bostic (@debostic) May 11, 2019

“It’s as if you had the power to avoid an unwanted pregnancy the whole time. What an odd moment to put it together.” — Amy (@AmyOtto8) May 11, 2019 — Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) May 11, 2019

“I love reading tweets that this as they demonstrate inherent prejudice within the Dems/Left & theit #IdentityPolitics. They EXPECT all women to think the same & as they do, all Blacks, all Hispanics, all members of the LGBT community. Yr suppose to be a monolithic group thinker.” — Peter J. Dawson (@PeterDawsonUSA) May 11, 2019

“You are the AOC of Hollywierd. Pro-lifers agree with this message. Thank you.” — RoThom (@rothomny20) May 11, 2019

“BREAKING: Liberal women go on a #SexStrike. STD rates plummet.” — Matt Barber (@jmattbarber) May 11, 2019

“Hmmmm, I had no idea that condoms & birth control pills are being outlawed – please let us know where this is happening…& abstinence apparently works as well…you have lost no rights – you are spouting propaganda & justification for the murder of innocent babies;- you are evil.” — Tony Shaffer (@T_S_P_O_O_K_Y) May 11, 2019

“You not having sex just made the world a better place for us dudes. Now there’s one less colossal raging psycho out there we’ll have to possibly date in order to find the right woman. From men everywhere across this great nation, from the bottom of our hearts, THANK YOU!!! “— Joshua Blucher (@LandRoveraddict) May 11, 2019

“I get the point you’re trying to make, but this implies that sex is a commodity given to men. Women enjoy sex too. We’re not toys that can be taken away from men when they’re misbehaving. It objectifies women and doesn’t teach men why freedom over our bodies is important.” — Kara (@kmh_whispers) May 11, 2019

 “She’s admitting that abortion as an option increases risky behavior. She’s also admitting that abstinence works. This #SexStrike is going to reduce the number of abortions performed in this country. I’m not seeing a downside to this.” —Loyal Moses 🐴 🐄 (@loyalmoses) May 11, 2019

“Abstinence is always the best birth control. THANK YOU for coming around to the Evangelical Right. Love you Alyssa and Praise God.” — Steve Johnson (@spjohnson12) May 11, 2019

“Lmao. This is a brilliant plan…no really…keep at it Alyssa! Thank you for helping us promote abstinence! The #ProLife movement thanks you!” — Noe @noe141967) May 11, 2019

“This is the best news out yet. We pro-life folks feel abstinence is the best form of contraception.” #sexstrike #abstinence #ProLife #AbortionIsMurder — Timothy Parker (@FreiheitAdler) May 11, 2019

 “This is the moment where Alyssa’s transformation to evangelical Christianity started. She also realized she had solved the free birth control question.” — OccasionalBrainiac (@OccasionalBrai1) May 11, 2019

2 Responses to “Sex Boycott”

  1. She is crap out of luck since she does NOT really own her own body. GOD owns it FIRST and FOREMOST, since HE created it. And when a woman becomes pregnant, God AND the baby OWN her body. It doesn’t matter what they think about a statement like this, but this is truth. And one day they will realize how true this is. Our bodies are NOT any of ours. God created us, so HE OWNS it. Either they believe it now or they believe it later. And if they refuse to believe it now, then they will be in for the rudest awakening of their existence when they are standing before God to be judged for destroying what GOD has made. If they have a problem with it, be it her or any woman who believes in the MURDERING of an unborn LIFE, then that’s just it, THEIR problem. And if they don’t like my statement, WHO CARES, NOT ME.


  2. I also think that she is doing us a world of good, to a point, if this works. Sex should be KEPT IN MARRIAGE ONLY. So if people stop having sex, then that will cure the fornication and adultery sin problem. That just means there will be no pregnancy outside of marriage. BUT, inside marriage, GOD says to NEVER deny your spouse, HUSBAND to WIFE and WIFE to HUSBAND ONLY. NOT same sex, for that is a sin. They are to NEVER deny each other sex, UNLESS it is by AGREEMENT, but only for a short time. Then they are to come back together and have sex on a regular basis so the devil does not get a foot hold in their life. NEITHER have authority over their own bodies. Hers belongs to him, and his to her. But if Alyssa is advocating SIN against God, then boy is she in for a very rude awakening with him. GOD comes first, NOT HER WISHES. And GOD says to never deny each other when the other one wants it. So her sex boycott is a violation to the word of GOD when she is saying to deny your spouse sex. Good luck with that Alyssa. It will be an epic failure, but good luck with that.

    1 Corinthians 7:4-5
    4 The wife does not have authority over her own body, but the husband does; and likewise also the husband does not have authority over his own body, but the wife does. 5 Stop depriving one another, except by agreement for a time, so that you may devote yourselves to prayer, and [a]come together again so that Satan will not tempt you because of your lack of self-control.


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