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Alyssa Milano calls for a sex strike to protest anti-abortion laws, gets slammed on Twitter

The Age Saturday, 11 May 2019
Alyssa Milano is calling on her followers to join her in a sex strike to protest anti-abortion laws - and the response has not been great.
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New abortion legislation in the US state of Georgia has caused Alyssa Milano to call for a #SexStrike on Twitter. Earlier this year, 50 actors signed an open letter in March calling for a Hollywood boycott of continued production in the state.

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