6:30 pm, March 5th | by Colette McIntyre
In today’s EOD roundup, The Daily Caller continues their illustrious history of making me frown by publishing a piece that argues actress Ashley Judd is unfit to run for Senate in Kentucky because we’ve probably all seen her naked. You know, in her movies. In which she was acting. Which was her job.
4:25 pm, February 22nd | by Colette McIntyre
In today’s #watwc, we discover one of the weirdest book titles of the year, the meaning of “feminism,” Lena Duham’s personal criteria for engaging in Twitter debate, and more!
4:15 pm, August 21st | by Amy Tennery
Ever seen Double Jeopardy? Then you know Ashley Judd is not to be screwed with.
12:00 pm, April 19th | by Amy Tennery
Sure, Rick Santorum dropped out of the GOP race a full nine days ago (feels like a lifetime, right?) and sure, the Twitterverse already took its potshots on the former candidate. But a new “Funny Or Die” video responds to Santorum’s exit from the political arena in a whole new, brilliant way.
3:15 pm, April 11th | by Laura Donovan
Never underestimate the power of the Miley Cyrus boost, even if you’re long-time celebrity Ashley Judd.
The “Hannah Montana” actress, who has more than 5 million Twitter followers on Judd, tweeted out the “Missing” star’s viral Daily Beast column that calls out media misogyny and fixation on celebrities’ bodies.
1:45 pm, April 9th | by Laura Donovan
Ashley Judd has been in the brutal entertainment business for more than twenty years, but body image criticism still manages to hit a nerve with her.
The “Missing” actress, whose “puffy face” was thoroughly explained by Us Weekly and E! News last month, pushed back in a Monday Daily Beast column in which she accuses the media of going on a misogynistic attack on her.