Ashley Judd – more known these days for her insane feminist outbursts than she is for her mediocre acting career – streamed an ugly rant on Facebook Live this weekend attacking a man who dared to call her “sweetheart.”
“This is the kind of thing that happens which I categorize as everyday sexism,” Judd stated in the live stream. “It’s so easy to let it go, not to speak up.”
Judd, apparently not willing to take the easy route, continued, “so, I was coming through security and a guy said, ‘hey sweetheart,’ and I said, ‘I’m not your sweetheart, I am your client.'”
“And then when I was setting my things out he said, ‘hey, nice dress,'” Judd added.
After detailing some of the other horrible words and acts of kindness the man sent her way, Judd declared, “I have plenty of time, I’m really early for my flight, and I caught my breath and I said my prayers and, y’know, my intention is to put principles above personalities, I’m not here to be controversial, I’m not here to be combative, but I asked for a manager and I introduced myself and I shook his hand and I asked for his name and I explained the situation and I also explained, um, that there were lots of other people who saw it.”
In other words, don’t compliment Ashley Judd or she’ll try to get you fired.
See Judd’s full abhorrently self-important rant below.
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As insane as that rant is, it’s not the most insane thing Ashley Judd has done within the past year.
No, that honor would likely have to go to her unhinged tirade at the Women’s March that’s too vulgar and nonsensical for inclusion in this article.
Let’s just say kids were present and she spent much of her time talking about period blood as if it were some sort of badge of honor.
Thankfully – especially for the men out there – feminist harpies like Ashley Judd do not speak for all American women.
Check out the video below to hear what normal women wish Women’s Marchers like Judd would understand.
Ashley Judd, Facebook