Alyssa Milano

The US star posted a candid video of herself brushing her hair on Instagram to demonstrate her point.
"I want you to know, this illness is not a hoax," the Charmed star wrote on Instagram.
Milano's call to withhold sex over attacks on abortion rights reveals a deep divide on what's an acceptable means of fighting the patriarchy. But in war, all bets are off and you bring every tool at your disposal
New abortion legislation in the US state of Georgia has caused Alyssa Milano to call for a #SexStrike on Twitter. Earlier this year, 50 actors signed an open letter in March calling for a Hollywood boycott of continued production in the state.
'We are not shaming... we are addressing the damage that occurs from fat-shaming.'
It has matured into a borderless global hive-mind with the collective power to change culture with a hashtag.
In October 2017, Alyssa Milano asked the women of Twitter to write ‘#MeToo’ if they had ever been sexually harassed or assaulted
“The tumour is being cut out right now with no anaesthesia,” the actress tweets. “Please send flowers.”
Activist Tarana Burke created the movement as a way to connect with survivors.