Joy Behar will not have sex with you if the Supreme Corut overturns Roe v. Wade. And that’s probably a good thing for most people.
The View co-host suggested this week that women across the country should go on a “sex strike” in order to protest a leaked draft opinion that suggests the Supreme Court will overturn the case that allows abortion on demand.
“Women in the world have conducted sex strikes in history,” Behar told her co-hosts. “In 2003, a sex strike helped to end Liberia’s brutal civil war, and the woman who started it was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. In 2009, Kenyan women enforced a sex ban until police political infighting ceased. Within one week, there was a stable government.”
“We have more power than we think we do and some of it could be in the bedroom,” she added.
Never mind that Behar’s call just reinforces the sex-based stereotypes about women.
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Spencer brown at TownHall has no problem with the idea and thinks most men will agree.
Like Ketanji Brown Jackson, this writer is not a biologist. But at a sprightly 79 years old, it seems unlikely that Behar would be needing the services of her local Planned Parenthood.
The left is just resorting to all their woke social justice-y buzzwords that make no sense. In New York, Behar and her gays will still be legally able to get abortions, not that they need them, if voters and their scandal-prone Democrat leaders want to allow that.
In their frenzied outrage, liberals are missing the irony that their supposed protests and decision to take a break from their advocacy and embrace of hookup culture is what pro-life activists have been suggesting for literally years.