It’s been a while since we heard from Ashley Judd. The last time we encountered her, Ash was spewing out some feminist slam poetry in a pu**y hat. She’s since escaped from whatever insane asylum tasked with housing her to continue her crusade against misogyny. Her latest
attempt at staying relevant fight for social justice? Combatting the scourge of overly-nice airport employees. For serious.
Actress Ashley Judd was so outraged by the sexist assault she received at an airport on Saturday that she took to Facebook Live to rant about the experience.
Okay, pause. “Sexist assault.” Someone complimented her. How is that a “sexist assault”?
“I was coming through security and a guy said ‘Hey sweetheart,” she recalled. “And I said ‘I’m not your sweetheart. I am your client.’”
“Then when I was setting my things out he said ‘hey nice dress.’”
But then when she was “setting her things out” the man had the nerve to touch her.
“I didn’t see him touch anybody else. And I turned around and I said ‘that was unnecessary.” By that time, you know, my skin was burning, my feet are burning. It’s so hard to continue to set these boundaries when someone continues to push.
“And then for good measure, he said again, ‘have a good day sweetheart,’” she said with horror.
Geez, is it your time of the month? That’s not sexist for me to ask, since Ashley loves talking about her flow. Halt thy hate tweets. I think I speak for the rest of us when I say take a chill pill, sweetheart. No need to be so bossy.
C’mon, toots. If being treated kindly is the worst airport injustice your pea-brain can muster up then it must be so dreadful and unjust to receive compliments and decency from airport security. Sorry to burst your bubble, honeybuns, but you should be grateful for that star treatment. For the rest of us, dealing with airport security is a different story altogether.
Ashley and her feminist gal pals are always eager to pump up their SJW street cred by scoring some victimhood brownie points. So, silliness, like receiving compliments or being called “girl”, is seen as misogynistic micro-aggressions in need of correcting. All the while, these same girls make nary a peep about the treatment of women in Islam. You know, actual victims of an actual patriarchy. But being called “sweetheart” is a real problem. Got it.
These are the wages of the cancer we call feminism. The f-word turns talented, multi-millionaire actresses like Ashley Judd into blithering morons with pig dung in the place of gray matter. Now, that might seem harsh. Usually, I’d agree. But Ashley wants us to treat her like equally. And if a man had spewed this much verbal shart, we’d call him out for it using all the colorful language at our disposal (and some we’d make up). We’re just giving her what she wants. Consider chivalry thrown out the window, babe. #Equality
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