When celebrities and stars look and appear different to the media – what do they do? They speculate and typically, and often times falsely accuse them of having “work done” by a cosmetic or plastic surgeon.
Recently there was a lot of buzz about Ashley Judd’s fuller, more renewed, and even “puffy” facial features, which did more than cause a viral stir and rumors of plastic surgery. This actually brought Ashley to the surface to defend herself and ridicule the media for their “objectification” and further denoted that they “pick [women] apart” when they start “pointedly nasty, gendered, and misogynistic” rumors that embodies what “all girls and women in our culture endure every day.”
Judd proclaimed that her medication for a sinus infection actually caused her face to appear puffy. She denied rumors of having plastic surgery or facial fillers as many assumed, and lamented “It affects each and every one of us, in multiple and nefarious ways: our self-image, how we show up in our relationships and at work, our sense of our worth, value, and potential as human beings.”
Normally Judd would not comment about what the media has to say about her, but this time they went too far, particularly because a comment was made about her marriage. Judd claimed women went as far as to tell her to “watch out” because her husband is “looking for a second wife.”
“The insanity has to stop, because as focused on me as it appears to have been, it is about all girls and women.”
In such a case, would you have done the same thing?
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