Aging snowflake Ashley Judd doesn’t like being called sweetheart by airport workers and she definitely doesn’t like anyone putting their hands on her when they use that term.
Former elegant actress Ashley Judd didn’t enjoy an airport employee referring to her as a sweetheart when she was returning from the plane or telling her that her dress looked nice.
What a horrible crime. I often refer to others as dear, darling, sweetheart because of my upbringing. To me, they are just terms of endearment, friendly referrals and it’s sad when one is always looking for the negative.
Stop being such a DRAMA QUEEN. If being called “sweetheart” is the most horrible thing that happened to her that day, please consider the young women who were killed, beaten, had acid thrown in their faces because they live under Sharia Law. Don’t promote what you know nothing about, educate yourself.
— Roger Simon (@rogerlsimon) August 9, 2017
Source: Page Six
“This is the kind of thing to me that happens which I categorize as everyday sexism,” she fumed in a Facebook Live video on Saturday. “And it is so easy to let it go and not to speak up, particularly when it is so easy for someone to push back and say, ‘Oh, I was just being polite.’ So I was coming through security and a guy said ‘Hey sweetheart,’ and I said, ‘I’m not your sweetheart, I am your client.’ So I was already setting a boundary.”
Judd, 49, didn’t specify at which airport the incident occurred, but had been traveling through Europe over the weekend to film “Berlin Station.” She claimed the offenses didn’t end there.
“When I was setting my things out, he said, ‘Hey nice dress!’ I didn’t hear him say anything about the attire of any of the other folks in the entire line and I am in one of the most traveled airports in the world. I’m surrounded by lots and lots of other people dressed in lots of different kinds of dress. … And then guess what happened next? He touched me,” she alleged.
“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,” she explained. “And then for good measure, he just said one more time, ‘Have a good day sweetheart!’”
Ashley Judd complains of "everyday sexism" after receiving compliment on her dress and someone calling her sweetheart. Move north sweety🤓
— John Cox (@grousewalker) August 9, 2017
— Howie Carr (@HowieCarrShow) August 9, 2017
Crazy Ashley Judd gets triggered by being called "sweetheart" Would she had been happier being called "Nasty Woman"?https://t.co/Hi4VKx9czg
— Malena Chastain🇺🇸 (@malenachastain7) August 9, 2017
Hey sweetheart! I think you're hot but a little crazy on the sides …
— CBC is Fake News (@zeropirate_info) August 9, 2017
She’s only creating more issues where there are none. She grew up in the south and should be used to this language, but her preference is to be called a nasty woman. Turning terms of endearment into politically incorrect derogatory comments seems to be the main job of the left these days. Completely ignorant.
I liked her a one time but she has turned out to be a real nut job. I won’t even watch her movies. If she shows up in something I am watching, I turn it off.