These days, Ashley Judd is more known for being a liberal woman’s activist than being an actress. Earlier in the year, she gave a ridiculous speech about being a “nasty woman” at the Women’s March.
Well, last week she was at it again; she tried to get a man fired for calling her “sweetheart” and complimenting her dress.
She used a Facebook Livestream to complain about an airport worker, who she said treated her with sexism. He was helping her through security when the incident happened.
“This is the kind of thing that happens which I categorize as everyday sexism,” said Judd in her livestream. “It’s so easy to let it go, not to speak up.”
Judd was not going to let it go.
“So, I was coming through security and a guy said, ‘Hey, Sweetheart,’ and I said, ‘I’m not your sweetheart, I am your client.'”
She also says the man touched her shoulder to guide her through security. However, the final offense was when he complimented her dress.
“And then when I was setting my things out he said, ‘Hey, nice dress,'” Judd added.
She made a very big deal of the fact that the man did not compliment anyone else’s appearance, even though there were many other people there. While most people probably would have been flattered at the compliment, or at least just brushed it off, Judd decided she had to do something about it.
“I have plenty of time. I’m really early for my flight, and I caught my breath, and I said my prayers. Y’know, my intention is to put principles above personalities. I’m not here to be controversial. I’m not here to be combative,” she said, “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. I also explained…that there were lots of other people who saw it.”
In a follow-up video, Judd said the manager told her that he would be speaking to the man responsible for complimenting her. You have to wonder if he got fired.
Do you think Judd’s response was at all justified? Read about another crazy feminist who criticized Ivanka Trump for wearing a pink dress.