Alyssa Milano, 48, recently shared her experience giving birth to her son, who is now 10. You’re probably wondering why this is coming up now, ten years later. In case you weren’t aware, child birth is a whole conversation peice. Every woman that’s given birth, I’m sure, can tell you that they’re ears perk up when hearing child birth convos. The conversation came up earlier this week, on People’s new Podcast called ‘Me Becoming Mom’; when the actress recalled feeling uncomfortable about how many people had access to her vagina.
And although it’s supposed to be a great experience, it wasn’t such a high time for her. Thus, sharing some graphic details about her experience, you may want to brace yourself. The actress first came forward about being sexually assaulted in 2018 when she helped launch the viral #MeToo campaign.
“I remembered at one point (while giving birth) really not enjoying the fact that lots of people had access to my vagina,” said Milano, 48. “And thinking to myself, ‘Why does— I don’t like this. Why does it feel so familiar? I’ve never had a baby before. Why does this invasive feeling feel so familiar?’ That was just a fleeting moment, a tick in time, but I didn’t forget about it.”