Actress Alyssa Milano ignited some backlash after she called for a sex strike as a response to the passing of restrictive abortion laws.

"Until women have legal control over our own bodies we just cannot risk pregnancy," the Charmed star tweeted Friday. "JOIN ME by not having sex until we get bodily autonomy back."

Milano's words came shortly after Georgia Governor Brian Kemp signed a law that would ban abortions if a heartbeat can be detected inside the womb. Per CNN, it includes some anomalies, like if the pregnancy risks the life or yields irreversible physical effects to the mother.

As for how long she'll personally abstain from sex, Milano admits she hasn't really given it much thought.

"I mean I don’t know," the 46-year-old told The Associated Press. "I sent a tweet last night I haven't really thought much past that this morning."

Users on Twitter did plenty of thinking themselves, hitting back at Milano for her confusing call to action.

Others brought up a good point that all men shouldn't be punished based on the actions of one in particular.

And many warned against the dangers of some feminists who refuse to stick up for members in the Black community. 

This isn't the first time Milano has been embroiled in controversy. Just last month, the former Who's The Boss star faced some criticism for defending 2020 presidential hopeful Joe Biden's touching and smelling of women's hair as a form of empathy. 

"Oh Alyssa no. You can count someone as a friend, have had nothing but positive interactions with them- & they can still have had harassed or assaulted other people," someone retorted. "Being an impactful advocate means listening to & believing others ESPECIALLY when it’s out of your comfort zone

Milano has yet to respond to this controversy, but it appears she will soon with an op-ed about her proposed strike.  We can't wait to read her rebuttal.

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