Actress and activist Alyssa Milano found power in admitting ‘she doesn’t balance it all’

(25 Oct 2018) At a recent event, Alyssa Milano, who is the mother of two children, aged six and three, said she found her power when she accepted the fact that she can’t balance it all, contrary to what others assume. (Oct. 24)

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Alyssa Milano looks back at #MeToo explosion

(3 Oct 2018) It was one year ago this month that Alyssa Milano helped to elevate the Harry Weinstein conversation. She invited those who have been sexually harassed or assaulted to write “me too” on Twiter. It created a movement that still exists today. (Oct. 3)

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Alyssa Milano and Debby Ryan’s career connection

(19 Sep 2018) Starting a career from a young age has its benefits, but it’s not without challenges as child roles evolve into adult parts. Co-stars Alyssa Milano and Debby Ryan of the Netflix comedy “Insatiable” are each former child stars who know what it’s like to struggle to be taken seriously. They say the “Insatiable” set was a haven from criticism of the series before it even premiered and of the #MeToo movement. (Sept. 18)

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Alyssa Milano, Debby Ryan talk ‘Insatiable’ and fat shaming

(9 Aug 2018) Alyssa Milano and Debby Ryan respond to controversy over fat shaming on Netflix’s new series “Insatiable.” (Aug. 9)

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Milano: Women ‘are not protected under the Constitution’

At a New York protest pushing for the introduction of the Equal Rights Amendment, actress Alyssa Milano discusses the importance of the act and how she found her rage. (June 5)

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Advocates Rally for Equal Rights Amendment

Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney, actress Alyssa Milano and others rallied Monday for the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment. The ERA was passed by Congress in 1972, but is still one state short of the 38 needed to ratify the amendment. (June 4)

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Trump FCC Chair Ajit Pai Will Probably Get His Way On Net Neutrality (HBO)

Which Trump-appointed government official do celebrities hate most?

The competition is stiff, but it just might be Ajit Pai, the mild-mannered, 44-year old chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, who has provoked the twitter ire of everyone from Cher and Alyssa Milano to John Oliver.

That’s because Pai is promising to repeal net neutrality regulations, the 2015 rules designed to ensure that internet providers treat all internet data equally.

Next week, the FCC will vote on the proposal. And in all likelihood, Pai will get his way.

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