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How a #SexStrike became fake news

Elizabeth Bruenig, The Washington Post Published 10:29 pm EDT, Wednesday, May 15, 2019 In Aristophanes’s play “Lysistrata,” the eponymous ancient Greek heroine convenes women from across the Hellenistic world to forswear sex until such time as their husbands agree to end the Peloponnesian War. Along with some other drastic actions, the women’s sexual moratorium does eventually …

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The #SexStrike wasn’t real. Why was there so much coverage?

Actress Alyssa Milano speaks at the State Capitol on April 2 in Atlanta after delivering a letter to Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp’s office detailing her opposition to HB 481. (John Bazemore/AP) Elizabeth Bruenig Opinion columnist focusing on politics, religion and morality in public life. In Aristophanes’s play “Lysistrata,” the eponymous ancient Greek heroine convenes women …

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