Actress Alyssa Milano walks to a Senate Judiciary Committee meeting after a break on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, Sept. 27, 2018, during a hearing for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. (Associated Press) Actress-turned-activist Alyssa Milano won’t speak at the next Women’s March unless its organizers condemn controversial, anti-Semitic Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan. Women’s March organizers Linda Sarsour and […]Read more
Getting serious. Alyssa Milano is thinking bout taking her passion for politics and women empowerment to the next level. The Charmed star, 45, recently spoke to Us Weekly about her desire to be a change maker at the Variety Power of Women event sponsored by Audi. Milano revealed that she’d consider running for office, but “not yet” because her children […]Read more
The former Charmed star has been a vocal opponent of Kavanaugh and has been seen leading protests against his nomination in recent weeks. The 45-year-old was spotted in the hearing room yesterday as the woman accusing him of sexual abuse, Christine Blasey Ford, appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee. Ford told the committee members Kavanaugh had put his hand over […]Read more
Alyssa Milano Defends #MeToo Movement Amid Asia Argento Allegations, Says There Are 'Female Predators'
“Women have to support men in this. There is no question,” Milano says on “Good Morning America.” Alyssa Milano has defended the #MeToo movement in the wake of the sexual misconduct allegations made against fellow activist Asia Argento. "People that have been abused can also be abusers, and that’s a sad fact," Milano said on "Good Morning America" Thursday. "In […]Read more