"We will donate 100 per cent of our respective episodic fees for this season to two organisations leading the charge against this draconian law: the ACLU of Georgia and Fair Fight Georgia".
'JOIN ME by not having sex until we get bodily autonomy back. "It's reminding people that we have control over our own bodies and how we use them".
So, Milano - along with thousands of her supporters and other women championing reproductive rights - took to social media to voice displeasure this weekend. I'm calling for a #SexStrike. What do U think about the #SexStrike, and Georgia's new EXTREMELY restrictive abortion laws??? Her tweet came days after Georgia became the fourth state in the USA this year to ban abortions once a fetal heartbeat is detected, which can be as early as six weeks, before many women know they are pregnant.
Twitter user @emrazz called on Milano to "Please stop feeding the narrative that women are providers and men are consumers of sex".
A number of actors had signed an open letter in March pledging not to work there should the law pass.
Milano told Buzzfeed that she will do everything in her power to get as many productions as possible to move out of the state in response to Gov. Kemp signing a new abortion law.
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The actress says she's contractualy obligated to stay here for another month, but will quit if they continue to film in Georgia in the future.
Other celebrities have also spoken out against the new law.
Chris Ortman, a spokesman for the Motion Picture Association, issued a statement saying the group planned to "monitor developments".
Milano's tweet comes in the wake of actress Evan Rachel Wood making a more extreme suggestion: Mandatory vasectomies for males.
"It is important to remember that similar legislation has been attempted in other states, and has either been enjoined by the courts or is now being challenged".
Milano has also threatened to quit her Netflix show Insatiable if its production remains in Georgia.