Most Incoherent Psycho-Babble was one Miss Ashley Judd
The Most Disgusting “NASTY” Woman award goes to… Ms. Judd!!! A disgrace to The Bluegrass State!
As a woman from the Beautiful Bluegrass State of Kentucky, I find Ashley Judd ignorant, disgusting, and nothing more than a Hippocratic moron! A washed up aging has been, that doesn’t even come close to representing Kentucky Gals. Kentucky Lady’s are up at arms over her arrogant display of Hate Speech! Ashley Judd is a nothing, a nobody, with a severe lack of common sense.
I lost every last shred of respect I had for her because she clearly demonstrated that she is very willing and eager to spew sexual hate speech towards another woman and in a very public and publicized setting.
What Ashley Judd said Saturday, at the Women’s March in Washington, D.C., was so disgusting and hypocritical, that I am struggling to find words to express my dismay. She said, “I’m not as nasty as your own daughter being your favorite sex symbol, your wet dreams infused with your own genes.” That line references Ivanka Trump. A Woman. That is exactly the kind of horrific sexual hate speech that Judd has been decrying. And yet she had no problem whatsoever inflicting it upon another woman. She clearly took great pleasure in doing so. Her hypocrisy is so stunning!
You just contributed to the problem, Ashley. You added more sexual hate speech to public discourse. You attempted to traumatize another woman. And you delegitimized anything and everything you will ever say in the future about eradicating the abuse of women. Beyond revolting. What happened to your positive affirmations?
It’s okay for her to spew hate speech towards two people, but she’s so wounded and outraged when someone does it to her. Hypocrite! That kind of hate speech is never okay, towards anyone, man or woman.
The day following President Donald Trump’s inauguration, hundreds of thousands of feminists participated in the Women’s March on Washington to protest…? Well, we’re not exactly sure what they were protesting against per se, but these “pussy hat”-sporting gals were promoting the hell out of the murder of the unborn.
During the lively (for those outside the womb) festivities, Hollywood celebrity after Hollywood celebrity graced the masses with their odd slam poetry-esque speeches, each one more terrible than the last. And the winner by a long shot for Most Incoherent Psycho-Babble was one Miss Ashley Judd.
In a tragic attempt, Judd engages in a bit of slam poetry, signaling to the crowd just how tolerant of everyone she really is, unless you happen to be pro-life, from the South, or a Trump voter. She speaks of her period blood-stained jeans and claims Ivanka Trump is the president’s “favorite sex symbol.” The actress also gently compares our president to Hitler, a sure way to unite America and definitely not overplay her opposition to the point of eye-rolls everywhere.
Well, if we learned anything from this past presidential election, it’s that the rantings of rich, out-of-touch celebrities will definitely sway the American people to the left. Well done, Ash. NOT
As hundreds of thousands of Americans filled the streets of the nation’s capital for the Women’s March on Washington, Ashley Judd read a poem that compared Donald Trump to Hitler.
Judd was reciting a poem written by a 19-year-old from Tennessee when she read the line: ‘I feel Hitler in these streets, a mustache traded for a toupee.’
A celebration of ‘nasty women Poem’
The poem was a celebration of ‘nasty women’, as Trump so famously called Hillary Clinton during a debate before the presidential election.
‘I am a nasty woman,’ Judd began as she read the poem. ‘I’m not as nasty as a man who looks like he bathes in Cheeto dust.’
‘I’m not as nasty as your own daughter being your favorite sex symbol, your wet dreams infused with your own genes,’ she read later, clearly referencing Ivanka.
Unbelievably, Both CNN and MSNBC cut away from the coverage when Judd said the phrase “wet dream”, probably fearing she was going to get even more “nasty”.
The media (and the public) went into overdrive recently, speculating over one of Judd’s recent appearances in which she appeared “puffy faced.” She ruined her face with plastic surgery, or Botox, or something similar, the online world crowed.
In the interview, Ashley claims, “I think it’s hatred of women that invites the criticism… I think it’s the objectification of girls and women and this hypersexualization of our society that invites the criticism.”Hypersexualization? In my opinion, that’s a separate argument. Our society does hypersexualize women, and it’s especially creepy when young girls are hypersexualized. But I don’t understand the point here, with Judd. Is she saying that our culture is so sexualized that we don’t put worth in a woman if we don’t deem her “sexy”? A valid and interesting point, but is that what she’s saying? Or is it that a once-beautiful Hollywood starlet, who relied upon and profited from her beauty and her “sexiness” for years and years, had never before had her appearance criticized?
Judd continues, “It doesn’t have anything to do with me, really, and how I look… There was no presumption of goodwill. The conversation went straight to, ‘Oh my gosh.’ [There was a] nasty, vitriolic and gloating tone. I started to catch the double bind where, you know, my face looks puffy, ‘She’s had work,’ you know? And then, look at the same image in a different interpretation by a separate set of people is, ‘Oh, come on, she doesn’t even have any wrinkles at all, she’s clearly had work.’ So, I look bad, I’ve had work. I look too good, I’ve had work.” Except that no one was saying she looked “too good”! Sorry. That amused me. But really, no one was like, “She looks awesome, she must have had work done.” People only talked about the “puffy face” because she did look so noticeably different.
The worst part of Judd’s flawed argument (once again, in my opinion) was the part where she talks about how women try to “fix” their appearances and the cycle of seeking self-worth in beauty products and exercise equipment. This, coming from a woman who had a long-standing contract with Estee Lauder. At the very least, if you consider Ashley’s argument to be valid and without flaws, you have to admit that she was actively engaged with and profiting from this misogynistic system (that she’s now blasting) for years.
Everyone is talking about “the puffy-face controversy’s” because Ashley is still talking about it too. Ashley gave an interview to NBC to further explain her face and excoriate her critics, just as she did in her Daily Beast essay. Interestingly enough, Ashley continues to shill her flawed (in my opinion) argument, which amounts to “People said mean things about me, and that makes them misogynists.”
Once again, I think Ashley is simply angry that people said mean things about her, and that they say harsh things about women – not that women are judged on their appearances in general. Ashley’s point is NOT “We should not say things about a woman’s appearance, good or bad, because a woman should be judged on her mind.” Ashley’s point is “People shouldn’t say mean things about my appearance in particular because it’s anti-woman to notice when I have a puffy face.” It’s absolutely fine with her if you want to compliment her “flawless skin” (her words) or say that she looks pretty.
Jason Patrick says Judd is, “lazy, selfish, arrogant.” He told Entertainment Weekly that, “working with her was a nightmare”. The two worked together in the 2003 revival of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.
Ashley Judd is a Naked Hypocrite 11/15/2006
Ashley Judd is full of it. She was on the radio in Minneapolis, and when asked what she thought of being named one of the sexiest woman alive by FHM, she said, “Gross … wouldn’t the world be a nicer place if that magazine didn’t exist?” And then she’s on the cover of Marie Claire — stark naked!
The article focuses on her work as the Global Ambassador of YouthAIDS. We’re not sure why she didn’t wear a shirt to work the cause.
Perhaps Ashley likes being naked on mags for girls, but not for boys?
Another thought: Why didn’t she appear on the cover clothed and with some of the children she is trying to help? Wouldn’t that speak volumes about the cause, instead of making this all about her?
Ashley Judd’s political career ended before it began!
As opposed to Ashley Judd: The Acting Years? Pretty much.
When did they come to an end? They haven’t, officially. She still dabbles in TV, but after roles in Heat, Kiss the Girls and Double Jeopardy, her film career tapered off around 2004 with her star turn in the thriller Twisted, one of reviews aggregator Rotten Tomatoes’ worst films of the last decade.
Ah, so she switched to politics? Well, to activism and humanitarian work at first, on issues of gender equality to Aids and blood minerals. She started to talk about running for the Kentucky Senate seat in the 2014 elections, against Republican Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell.
The actor-turned-activist decided not to run against Mitch McConnell for the Kentucky Senate seat in the 2014 elections.
In a series of tweets, she told supporters: “Regretfully, I am currently unable to consider a campaign for the Senate.”
Ashley Judd’s own public statements about men being dominant are whacked out. She does not represent “thinking women” those that have careers and work along side of men some of us even marry them. Some of us respect men and don’t pigeon hole them as evil, dominant and accuse fathers that walk their daughters down the aisle as giving their girls over to a dominant life. Her own craziness that went public is her own doing.
Ashley is just another idiot actress who is in love with herself. She thinks that she is soo smart, well I know for a fact that she is as dumb as a rock and she has no idea what she is saying with those BIG words she likes to use. She was stupid in college and that’s why she went into acting because she is an idiot.
Ashley Judd is in fact, the most egocentric actress out there. She is a horrible actress and a self-centered idiot. She is not as smart as she thinks she is. At every interview, she puts off like she has this large vocabulary, but if you actually listen to her she has no idea what she is saying. She uses big words but does not know how to use them. Ashley is in love with herself. She is a hypocrite who is overrated. I have no respect for her. She is only in the spotlight because of her famous family. If it was not for the Judds, she would be a cashier at the local Piggly Wiggly.
The hypocritical perplexities are pontificating the actuality that she is surfing in a quagmire of BULLSH#T!! At least that is what she would say……she likes BIG words, why? Because without her beauty she would be nothing, so maybe she likes to act like she has hidden intellectual, moral depths. I think NOT!! What a rude young lady!!
ASHLEY JUDD is no DIFFERENT from TOM CRUISE, CHER, or any other fading star in meltdown. None of her movies, were all that great, Years from now, when she’s stocking shelves at Walmart or working in a dollar store, WE’LL BE BETTER OFF WITHOUT THE LIKES OF HER.
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