# How do gravitational waves transfer momentum?

In Electromagnetism I understand it in terms of the Lorentz force: the E-component of the field causes the charge to respond infinitesimally with a $\vec{v}$ in the E-direction such that the $\vec{v}\times \vec{B}$ term produces a force in the EM-field's $\vec{E}\times \vec{B}$ direction of motion. Is there an analog of this in General Relativity?