Remember back in January when Newsweek ran a piece on all the conservatives “mocking” Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez after an old music video of her dancing surfaced? How many examples of conservatives mocking Ocasio-Cortez did Newsweek include in its piece? Zero.
It was the same thing all over again when conservatives “pounced” on a photo of Malia Obama drinking wine with her friends; absolutely no one cared, but Ana Navarro shamed all the conservative “haters” who supported Brett Kavanaugh, who “drank himself into oblivion in high school.”
Now we’ve got one of the Krassensteins (ugh) suggesting that all the conservatives “attacking” Alyssa Milano over her sex strike are rapists.
Watching all of the Republicans attack Alyssa Milano's Sex Strike, shows us clearly that they aren't really "pro-life" after all, but instead essentially "pro-rape."
Anyone criticizing the #SexStrike is openly saying they don't believe women have a choice to have sex.
— Ed Krassenstein (@EdKrassen) May 11, 2019
As Twitchy just reported, conservatives on Twitter were 100 percent on board with Milano, who was tacitly admitting that abstinence is the best birth control there is. In fact, the only one who seemed to hate the idea was über-liberal Jessica Valenti — she is not a Republican; trust us. Seriously, show us one blue-check Republican on Twitter who’s “attacked” Milano over the idea.
But no … follow the path from Krassenstein’s eyes through the liberal filter in his brain and out comes the idea that Republicans are pro-rape.
Holy f*ck you are too stupid for words.
— BonkPolitics (@BonkPolitics) May 11, 2019
This is extremely not it chief
— pokey pup (@Whatapityonyou) May 11, 2019
You're beyond ridiculous.
I laugh at you.
— Thomas (@Thomas_195813) May 11, 2019
Did Soros make you say this?
— Tonecop45 (@tonecop45) May 11, 2019
That is absurd.?
— Susan Williams (@chicatweety) May 11, 2019
I havent seen these types of comments. All I saw was comments comparing this to abstinence and saying this was a good thing. I think a majority of conservatives were actually agreeing with her "sex-strike"
— Nile Hollis ?? (@HollisNile) May 11, 2019
This guy gets it. ☝️
— WE4OU ?? (@ECW4OU) May 11, 2019
Literally every Republican is voicing their SUPPORT for this. Conservatives have been preaching abstinence for years.
— Chris Mowery (@chrism2577) May 11, 2019
We are actually congratulating her. She finally found out how not to get pregnant if you do not want to. Live a chaste life. And once you marry, then make love only to your husband (if you are a woman) and be open to life. #SexStrike
— Lost Son (@_LostSon_) May 11, 2019
It's a great way to prevent potential abortions. So who is injured again?
— ㋐Lazm㋐ 尻子玉セーフ (@limpandazure) May 11, 2019
I literally follow this account to see the absurdity some people can reach, but this takes the cake.
— ѕ a м p l e т e х т (@ultramegadan) May 11, 2019
I don't think your arms reach that far, dude.
— I Lack Morels? (@RealMommaPaula) May 11, 2019
This is a deep and nuanced understanding of it. We need to impeach sex.
— Peter Fraser (@TheRealFRZA) May 11, 2019
Wow, what a bad take on the situation lol ?
— Ryan Baker (@BigBake88) May 11, 2019
Did someone drop you on your head?
— Dan Gainor (@dangainor) May 11, 2019
You're literally brain dead. Get help.
— J.R. (@AwNaw) May 11, 2019
I'm a conservative and I whole-heartedly support progressive women in their sex strike. Abstinence is the most effective way to own the cons.
— Smells Like Teen Statism (@BlueEightySix) May 11, 2019
Well that’s a leap…. pic.twitter.com/fsVfaq3n9V
— Gabe Hirakawa (@GabeHirakawa) May 11, 2019
Who's attacking? Some of us are endorsing #SexStrike. Some of us are laughing at it. Most of us are doing a bit of both.
— Agatha Gregson (@gregson_agatha) May 11, 2019
What’s funny is, going through the responses to Krassenstein’s tweet, the only people we see “attacking” the sex strike are feminists like Valenti.
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.
— feminist next door (@emrazz) May 11, 2019
I'm not a fan of it, either, because it reduces sex to a commodity.
— Kelly Love, NBCT (@mrskellylove) May 11, 2019
No, this is deeply problematic. It is equating sex as something that only men want or enjoy.
— SumGuy (@DarkHorse1382) May 11, 2019
Women have the right to choose or choose not to have sex and this is the very reason I do not support a #SexStrike. Sex should never be a bargaining chip. It's like saying I'm not going to perform my duties and sex should not be a duty.
— Jacqueline Smith (@jacquied47) May 11, 2019
I am 100% against restrictions or criminality of abortion or birth control in ANY context, but sex shouldn’t be used as a commodity
— snipe, mother of assets ? (@snipeyhead) May 11, 2019
Understood, but if that's the way that some women want to take back their power, then I stand behind their right to do that.
— KelShel (@kelshel7781) May 11, 2019
Sure, but Ed saying that anyone who doesn’t agree is pro-rape is pretty bonkers too.
— snipe, mother of assets ? (@snipeyhead) May 11, 2019
I love you Ed but I respectfully disagree. I am pro-choice, strongly, and believe women do have a choice to have sex. In my opinion they shouldn’t be letting pro life folks make that decision for them which is what this scenario seems like to me.
— shane ?️? ? (@shanecenters) May 11, 2019
No…it's a bad idea.
— Emilia (@amelieanomaly) May 11, 2019
Alyssa Milano’s on fire — after pushing the #MeToo movement she excused Joe Biden’s inappropriate touching and made him the first guest on her stupid new podcast, and now she’s pushing a sex strike that only feminists are disagreeing with.
Biden’s wife even had to reassure an audience recently that her husband is “learning” about personal space at 76 — please, Ms. Milano, work your magic with Biden as you did with John Ossoff.
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) May 11, 2019