Not so fast – some women are NOT happy with Hollywood’s activism in their state

Yesterday, Alyssa Milano called for a sex strike to protest Georgia’s new heart beat bill. Several other Hollywood actors have also said they want to boycott working in the state until everyone has the same rights.

However, it seems her activism and that of the others is not welcomed by all, and she’s getting called out for it by several feminists who you’d think would be on board.

Not only are they angry about decreased revenue, but they feel the boycott plays into the stereotype that women are only put on earth to satisfy men’s sexual needs.

Milano isn’t the only one they’re unhappy with either, Josh Gad (the voice of Olaf in Frozen) got called out too.

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One thought on “Not so fast – some women are NOT happy with Hollywood’s activism in their state”

  1. I’m skeptical about what the heartbeat bill actually achieves if abortion seekers are still granted abortions for “health” conditions. The definition of health includes emotional health and financial health which implies that under federal law, abortion is still -practically speaking – available on demand in Georgia. Correct me if I’m wrong – I’m not a legal expert.

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