We have no doubt that deep down, Alyssa Milano loves her kids. But that part of her is apparently buried under some pretty heavy emotional baggage:


“After going through therapy after giving birth to Milo and remembering that one moment of feeling like I was being held down and had things being done to me that I didn’t want, to me, was very reminiscent of being sexually assaulted,” Milano, 48, told People’s podcast “Me Becoming Mom.”

She was specifically triggered when she realized how so many people had “access” to her vagina while she was giving birth to her daughter.

“I remembered at one point really not enjoying the fact that lots of people had access to my vagina,” she said, adding, “and thinking to myself, ‘Why does — I don’t like this. Why does it feel so familiar? I’ve never had a baby before. Why does this invasive feeling feel so familiar?’”

When Alyssa Milano decided to have children, we have to assume that she was aware that at some point they’d have to come out. And, well, there are really only two possible exit routes for a baby.

Did she not go into the delivery room knowing that there was a good chance her baby would be born vaginally?

Sounds like her kids could use a break from Alyssa Milano. Imagine finding out someday that your mother likened your birth to being sexually assaulted.

In all seriousness, Alyssa Milano really does need help. We hope she gets it.