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Sunday, May 12, 2019

I am glad they won't have sex with men

I am so glad that fear of pregnancy has spooked Alyssa Milano, 46, and Bette Midler, 73, from having sex with men because they might not be able to get an abortion if they wait too long in certain states.

My happiness stems from the fact that after all these years, these women are promoting abstinence and chastity. Perhaps modesty will follow.



Midler is a particularly interesting case. She left Broadway for the bathhouses to launch her career as a solo act. Her pianist was Barry Manilow, who later found game of his own.

She said, "Despite the way things turned out [with the AIDS crisis], I'm still proud of those days. I feel like I was at the forefront of the gay liberation movement, and I hope I did my part to help it move forward. So, I kind of wear the label of 'Bathhouse Betty' with pride."

Proud that she helped spread AIDS?

Of course, in those days she and other activists vehemently opposed the idea of abstinence or shutting down the bathhouses to stop the spread of AIDS (or as it was called originally, gay cancer).

Now she pushes abstinence.

Milano also is a piece of work. She is a foaming-at-the-mouth opponent of President Donald John Trump because he once said in private that if you are handsome, rich, and famous in Hollywood some good-looking women will let you get away with anything.

She is part of the virtue signaling Me Too movement, but she defended Sleepy Creepy Joe actually touching boys, girls and women inappropriately -- in public. She said, "To Joe, this was a culture difference, because culturally he was raised in a family that was super affectionate."

Harvey Weinstein may have found an excuse.

I hope this abstinence movement grows, so that all the women who would abort a baby will not become pregnant because we really need to stop killing babies if we are to continue as a nation blessed by God.

UPDATE: People crossed the line. Comments turned off. Sorry. Damned liberals strike.