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May 13, 2019

Feminist Heads Virtually Explode As Infighting Over #SexStrike Commences After Radical Pro-Abortion Activist Proposes A Conservative Value As If It Is A New Idea


By Susan Duclos - All News PipeLine

After Georgia signed it's "heartbeat bill" into law, which bans abortion once a baby has a "detectable human heartbeat" and makes the unborn child a "natural person" under state law, feminists across the internet lost their minds and started proposing a "boycott" on sex with conservative men, with others calling for a complete #SexStrike saying "we cannot risk pregnancy," until they "get legal control" over their own bodies.

Other feminists attempted to intervene by explaining "this is not how feminism works," while conservatives "pounced" to explain that it has been a long-held conservative belief that abstinence prevents unwanted pregnancy, thereby decreasing the amounts of abortions conducted every day.


It began with a failed democrat Florida congressional candidate, Pam Keith," who tweeted on May 10th, "Ladies: STOP having sex w/conservative men.†TOTAL👏🏽COMPLETE👏🏽SEX👏🏽BOYCOTT.👏🏽†Donít let them anywhere near you. Give them the hand and keep it moving. Get a B.O.B. But make it a rule to run, not walk, from men who want to steal your agency over yourself & your life. Thatís it."

On May 11, has-been actress Alyssa Milano, jumped on the bandwagon and called for a complete #SexStrike, claiming "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. Iím calling for a #SexStrike. Pass it on."

Hollywood has-beens, like Bette Midler, and some online feminist activists supported the idea, using the same flawed logic and terminology, with claims that "our reproductive rights" are "being systematically eliminated!"

Note -Before moving on to the mixed reactions and infighting this is causing among the feminist community, it should be noted that no one is attempting to stop women from reproducing, so using the term "reproductive rights," is deliberately misleading. Killing a baby, abortion, is not about "reproducing," it is about terminating life.

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Interestingly, this may be the first time in history that conservatives agreed with Milano, a far left feminist #MeToo activist, while other feminists cringed and attempted to explain to Milano how weaponizing the female body and using it as a "bargaining chip" isn't "how feminism works."

Feminist next door: "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."

Hannah Dillon: "This exactly. 1. Men are not the only ones who enjoy sex. 2. ďSex strikesĒ reinforce the idea that our only value as women is our ability to provide gratification to men. "

2019-2020 Green Bay Packers #NewHeadCoach: "A sex strike is not going to be effective. Feminism is about women having the same rights and opportunities as men. Women donít need to provide men with sex. Men donít own our bodies. Women control their own bodies and can do whatever they want with it."

Conservatives explained that Milano's #SexStrike which she plans to now write an op-ed about, is a pro-life position, and welcomed the idea of less sex means less unwanted pregnancy and would decrease abortion.

The Reagan Battallion: "Not sure this was thought through, but the pro life crowd supports your call to abstinence to prevent abortions. Well done!"

Sydney Vaughn: "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."

Sandra Lowell: "Great idea!!! Abstinence is the best way to prevent unwanted pregnancies!!

Those are just a small sample of reactions, more can be found at the #SexStrike hashtag, from both conservatives and liberal activists, at Twitchy, Right Scoop and Yid.



Social media users are not the only ones discussing this issue as the liberal mainstream media is jumping into the mix as well, some for the idea, some against it.

The Independent UK article titled "Alyssa Milano's sex strike plays right into the hands of misogynists," states in the sub-header "The activistís proposal dances perilously close to the argument that if women could only stop having sex for pleasure, we wouldnít need to terminate pregnancies at all."

Feminist writer Sirena Bergman writes in the article linked above "If we begin to argue that women have it in their power to not need abortions, it naturally follows that those who do should be perceived as responsible for their indiscretions, and punished for them."

Of course Bergman doesn't like that idea, but it is the discussion we should be having... personal responsibility for our choices.

Excluding rape, a woman that considers herself "pro-choice," meaning pro-abortion," does have choices, before having unprotected sex and before becoming pregnant, and no one is trying to take that choice away from them, but what is wrong with having the discussion that people should take responsibility for those choices, rather than using abortion as a form of birth control?

Apparently modern day feminists and the pro-abortion crowd never want to discuss personal responsibility before having sexual relations, nor the personal responsibility of making sure they are using birth control before getting pregnant.


The disconnect here really stems from the fact that the only women that would join Milano's #SexStrike are rabid feminist pro-abortion activists, to which conservative men generally want absolutely no part of anyway. The only "men" that would support it are already soy boy, beta males that no conservative woman wants anything to do with.

Bonus: If radical feminist pro-abortion activists all stop having sex, it prevents more children being brought up to be pro-abortion radical feminist baby killers. I am not seeing a downside here! I fully support and encourage all liberal and radical feminists to join Milano in her #SexStrike.

For conservatives that have for years been saying if a woman doesn't want to get pregnant, she has the "choice" to abstain from sex until she is in a relationship where both parties want children, Milano's idea is a win/win all the way around, she just doesn't understand how the conservative mind works, as explained below by Tim pool.

Last but not least, a hysterical 52 second clip of a woman mocking Milano's idea by pretending to explain to her boyfriend why she is joining the #SexStrike.†

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