Looking to outdo Alyssa Milano in the offerings of crazy and stupid, "Westworld" actress Evan Rachel Wood has called for men to get "mandatory vasectomies" in response to Georgia passing a fetal heartbeat bill that would forbid doctors from performing abortions once a baby's heartbeat is detected in the mother's womb.
"Mandatory vasectomies until you want to have children," Wood wrote last Thursday night after Georgia signed the bill into law. "They can be reversed, so. Come on guys, Lets save lives! Whats that? A hard no? Why? Cause its your body and we dont get to make that choice for you? Ooooooohhhhhh!!!"
According to Page Six, Wood followed up her silly suggestion on Friday by clarifying she would only have those mandatory vasectomies as a means to prove a point about legislating what people will or will not do with their bodies. "I dont want mandatory vasectomies because I don't believe we should legislate peoples bodies,” she said. "Its a dangerous slippery slope. I used the example to point out the hypocrisy of always putting the responsibility, punishment, blame, or means of prevention, solely on women."
Later, as social media users began to push back against Wood's craziness, she asked that people not judge her for those opinions.
"Dear Everyone, God, whatever that means to you, loves you, no matter what," she wrote. “Yes, even if you have an abortion. Because God is everything, to say God is not, is to say there is something God isnt, therefore not all powerful. We dont know God’s plan. So do not judge."
Evan Rachel Wood has expressed extreme political views before. In 2018, she announced that she would be undergoing a 24-hour hunger strike in response to the crisis at the U.S. Southern Border.
"It’s a small price to pay considering what families are going through," she told People at the time.
Prior to the strike, Wood even spent time in Texas where she delivered supplies to illegal immigrants leaving a detention center.
"I was buying things that I’ve bought for my own son," she said. "I broke down when I picked up a pair of shoes that I’ve bought for him because it made it so personal."
"[I wanted] to put faces with the stories [and] to actually be there and hug the children and play with them, see how sweet and loving they are but to see how tired and in pain they are — and see the fear in their parents’ eyes," Wood told People.
Needless to say, the Georgia anti-abortion law has sparked a whole wave of feminist craziness, with some rather counter-productive suggestions. Taking her cues from the classical Greek play Lysistrata by Aristophanes, actress Alyssa Milano called upon her feminist allies to undergo a sex strike, ignorant of the fact that the only men who would be affected are pro-choice males already on their side.
"Our reproductive rights are being erased," Milano tweeted on Saturday. "Until women have legal control over our own bodies we just cannot risk pregnancy. JOIN ME by not having sex until we get bodily autonomy back. I’m calling for a #SexStrike. Pass it on."