Advocating For The Dignity of Human Life From Fertilization To Natural Death

Hollywood sex strike roils America!

sex strikePro abortion Hollywood actress, Alyssa Milano, has solved the abortion crisis! She has called for a national sex strike! It seems she is angered at the Georgia legislature for banning human abortion at the point at which a human heartbeat is detected.

She is angry that women can’t get abortions later than six weeks after conceiving. To retaliate against “the patriarchy,” she calls for a national “sex strike” which … would … reduce …abortion …even … MORE … than the Heartbeat Bill!

Three cheers for Ms. Milano!

Iowans for LIFE is all for reducing the incidence of human abortion. We join Ms. Milano in calling for a sex strike when the conjugal act is done outside the bounds of a traditional marriage between one man and one woman.

Within marriage, sexual intimacy is an act of profound beauty and love. Within marriage, it shouldn’t be used as a weapon, but as an expression of unity with an acceptance of the potential for new life when a man and woman make love.

Don’t weaponize love

Ms. Milano seems more interested in weaponizing love making, as she expressed in her recent Tweet:

“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.”

The only rights that are being erased by the Alyssa Milano’s of the world are the rights of the unique human beings who are denied their right to life, liberty and pursuit of happiness when aborted.

We agree

We agree that women should have control over their bodies as long as it doesn’t deny immutable rights to the vulnerable person in the womb who doesn’t have control over her own body.

So Ms. Milano instincts are wrong, but the net result of her sex strike are spot on.

Chastity is back! Join the movement! JOIN Alyssa!

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