Alyssa Milano is known as the spearhead of last year's Me Too movement, but she is also not shy in her posts on Instagram.
Milano was one of the first to revive the #MeToo concept last fall, and put it into popular use on Twitter. The idea was first circulated on MySpace in 2006 by activist Tarana Burke, but Milano brought it into the zeitgeist, ultimately toppling several powerful abusers in Hollywood.
Milano is still working on activist causes -- especially feminist ones, and she's also still expressing her promiscuous side. Her Instagram feed is made up of equal parts public speaking engagements and revealing selfies. The 45-year-old spends lots of time by the pool, where she stikes sulty poses in swimwear.
She is also a big fan of Throwback Thursday posts, which in her case are often glamour shots from old photoshoots and appearances.
Here's a look at some of Milano's most revealing Instagram posts.
On Tuesday, Milano took a moment by the pool to let her followers know about her new favorite sunscreen.
"This is not a paid ad, just a recommendation," she wrote. "I wanted to share that I tried @docblocksun sunscreen and I’m slightly obsessed."
Whatever Milano was up to on April 7, 2017, she was dressed to the nines for it. In the caption, she put a heart emoji the same blue as her dress.
In April, Milano took her fans on an 18 year throwback when she posted her Cosmopolitan cover from 2000.
Last April, Milano scowled discerningly in a gym selfie, wearing a sports bra with no shirt. The picture inspired a debate over revealing selfies in the comments.
Last year, Netflix picked up Insatiable for a full season, and Milano celebrated by posting a selfie in character.
"This is Coralee," she wrote. "@Netflix picked up #Insatiable and Coralee for 13 episodes. I hope you love her and the show as much as I do."
Before Insatiable was picked up, Milano posted a photo of her legs on set. It would be two weeks before anyone knew what she was referencing.
In 2016, Milano flashed back three years to her Maxim shoot in 2013. She tagged the magazine in the post, which reached over 43,000 likes.
Nearly a year ago now, Milano was photographed taking a nap under her sun hat in Miami.
"Miami, I could never be mad at you," she wrote.
Milano has a lot of old photoshoots to draw on for her throwback Thursdays, including her Touch shoot from 2007.