“I suggest a sex strike. It is no longer safe to have sex in America, so therefore you withhold it. Sleep with women. Let’s go for it. Let’s advocate for some false lesbianism,” TikTok user EmilyScott1990 proposed.
As recent history has shown us, when modern-day “feminists” don’t get their way, absolute foolishness inevitably ensues. And that’s exactly what happened in the aftermath of the decision announced Friday in which a majority of Justices on the Supreme Court agreed that Roe v. Wade must be struck down.
The ruling caused the Usual Suspects on the left including Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) and Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) to use what we’ve been reliably told over the last year and a half is “inciteful” language in calls for people to get “into the streets” and “fight” in “defiance” of the Supreme Court. Biden administration DOJ Attorney General Merrick Garland sounded a little “insurrectiony” in a statement where he declared his department would do whatever they could to minimize the impact of the ruling.
Feminist mobs on Twitter and at some “protests” took a different approach, however, with some calling for a “sex strike” in response to the ruling, believing it was “no longer safe” for women to have sex in America, and thinking sex strikes would be especially effective if women withheld it from male elected officials:
Big Apple abortion protesters were in support of a sex strike Saturday — as “abstinence” started trending on Twitter in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.
“If you’re a man who won’t get a vasectomy, even though it’s reversible, and you’re not out in the streets fighting for my rights, you do not deserve to have sex with me,” Brianna Campbell, a 24-year-old EMT, told The Post.
Caroline Healey, a 22-year-old event coordinator, also questioned why sex was more important than women’s rights.
“I think it’s absolutely valid for us to be withholding the Holy Grail that men seem to think is important,” she told The Post at an abortion protest in Manhattan’s Union Square.
“Why shouldn’t we withhold it if we’re always worried that they’re not going put a condom on, that they’re going take one off after we ask them to,” she added.
“I suggest a sex strike. It is no longer safe to have sex in America, so therefore you withhold it. Sleep with women. Let’s go for it. Let’s advocate for some false lesbianism,” TikTok user EmilyScott1990 proposed with an air of confidence that indicated she wholeheartedly believed her plan would work:
— VICTORY (@kaur_jeeto) June 26, 2022
Look, if women can’t have access to safe abortions and a Supreme Court Justice mentions they should go after contraception next, I think it’s time for women to go on a #SexStrike.
— TisSarahBarah (@TisSarahBarah) June 24, 2022
Join the #SexStrike in response to SCOTUS overturning Roe. Maybe when male lawmakers find out they aren't getting any from their wives or mistresses, we'll finally get Congressional action to pass a federal law protecting abortion rights. pic.twitter.com/RC4UOUI79q
— 👽 McSpocky™ ☮️🇺🇸🌊 #VoteBlue2022 (@mcspocky) June 24, 2022
Sex strike. Work strike. Spending strike.
We’re not going to fuck you. We’re not doing your menial less-paid jobs. We’re not cleaning up your shit. We’re not buying ANYTHING in your stores.
You want to flex on women?
Okay motherfuckers. #GeneralStrikeNow
— Tiffany Drastic (@PDXEleven) June 24, 2022
— AJ (@HopeOverFear99) June 24, 2022
WOMEN HAVE THE POWER HERE. NO MORE SEX UNTIL ABORTION RIGHTS ARE FEDERAL LAW
— Ivy Landsman-slevin (@SlevinIvy) June 24, 2022
If you’re celebrating the overturn of RoeVWade, disrespectfully, go fuck yourself.
No literally. #SEXSTRIKE
Don’t fuck your husbands, don’t fuck your boyfriends, don’t fuck that random from that one app.
NO SEX WITH SPERM DONORS UNTIL WE HAVE OUR RIGHTS
— ✊🏻✊🏽BLM✊🏿✊🏼 (@szarahjaq) June 25, 2022
As they were when far-left actresses like Alyssa Milano and Bette Midler advocated for sex strikes in the past, pro-lifers were quick to point out that these same women have always had this option:
— Pam Stenzel (@pamstenz819) June 26, 2022
Not only that, but isn’t rejecting destructive casual sex culture actually a good thing?
LOL great news: women are now afraid of casual relationships!
Not like we haven't been saying all along how destructive hook up culture is to your psyche, your personal value, and your soul 💁♀️ pic.twitter.com/W0LRhppF4K
— Andrea Mew (@andreajmew) June 24, 2022
Plus, it would eliminate the need for abortions in the first place:
— Gypsy Soul Nancy (@GypsySoulNancy) June 26, 2022
As I’ve said before, the only women who would take part in a “sex strike” of this nature would be women who think like Bette Midler, Alyssa Milano and other radical leftists with similarly warped mindsets. With that in mind, I feel confident in saying that most pro-lifers would be completely on board with these types of women abstaining from sex, because it would lessen the likelihood that there would eventually be mini-versions of them who would one day follow in their parents’ pro-abortion footsteps.
That said, it would appear that the “twerking protesters” in Dallas over the weekend did not get the sex strike memo:
Dallas women TWERKING for abortions. WTF
“Shakin dat a** so we can kill our babies, proud to be a hoe and not to be a ladies” pic.twitter.com/tyTCEbDXhr
— ELIJAH SCHAFFER (@ElijahSchaffer) June 25, 2022
Or, in a weird way, maybe they did get the memo – judging by the “performances.” I report, you decide.
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