Alyssa Milano is providing ladies who’ve skilled abortion an opportunity to inform their tales.
The “Mistresses” alum reached out to her social media followers by way of Twitter on Friday and mentioned their “private abortion” tales could be shared on her upcoming podcast “Sorry Not Sorry.”
“Should you’d wish to share your private abortion story on my podcast to assist shine a lightweight on the significance of bodily autonomy, please report story in your voice memo app and e mail it to under handle. Should you’d like to stay nameless please say so in your e mail. #SorryNotSorry,” the actress and human rights activist tweeted.
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Final week, Milano and a few 30 Georgia-based TV and movie staff urged Republican Gov. Brian Kemp to veto an abortion ban that has drawn scorn from Hollywood figures.
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The so-called “heartbeat invoice” would prohibit most abortions within the state after a fetal heartbeat is detected, which might come as early as six weeks right into a being pregnant — earlier than many ladies know they’re having a toddler. It could not apply within the case of rape, incest or if the lifetime of the mom is at risk.
Georgia’s present legislation permits abortions to be carried out as much as 20 weeks into the being pregnant. The invoice will enable rape and incest victims to have an abortion at as much as 20 weeks, however would require them to file an official police report, 11 Alive reported.
Milano beforehand slammed the state as “completely corrupt” after Kemp received the gubernatorial election over Democratic candidate Stacey Abrams.
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“There are over 20 productions capturing in Georgia,” she tweeted. “Is the leisure trade keen to assist the financial system of a completely corrupt state that suppresses democracy; the place the winner isn’t the only option for the folks however one of the best schemer or criminal?”
Fox Information’ Tyler McCarthy contributed to this report.