We're not in a civil war. We're not even in a situation where women are under the gun for rights or anything of that nature. As it stands the only real threats to abortion are from exceptional individuals making exceptional laws in certain states and a lot of those are probably going to get shot full of holes by lawyers before too long. Everything else is more or less firmly ensconced, if not legally than culturally and politically. Women thinking they're in such dire threat that they need to do anything on this scale is mindblowing to me.The only sex strike I remember working is that one in Kenya, when there was one of the numerous civil wars going on, and a group of women decided to withhold sex for a week, going so far as to pay prostitutes to not screw.
From what I remember, the two factions began talking 3 days after the strike began, with the war being over a couple of days after that.
If they want people to stop viewing them as walking fuckholes (which likely happens so rarely as to amount to a rounding error) they should probably stop contextualizing themselves solely in terms of what they offer sexually.Imagine having nothing else to offer the world besides what value you place on your gender or your sex.
Fucking hell, this is so pathetic it hurts.