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Alyssa Milano's #SexStrike won't work, but we need to talk about abortion

Alyssa Milano's new call for a "sex strike" to protest anti-abortion laws may not have nearly as much success as her early push for the #MeToo movement did. But, I must admit, she has my attention.

Fired up by Georgia's new "fetal heartbeat" law, which is one of the most restrictive anti-abortion laws in the country, and a wave of similar bills proposed or passed in some other states, she tweeted a call Friday to a form of strategic abstinence.

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