Ashley Judd strikes back at the appearance-obsessed media

I've written before about how Ashley Judd rubs me the wrong way. We've just heard too many stories about how she's a diva and how she treats people badly. Jason Patric, who worked with her on stage in 2003, even called

Ashley Judd is going after critics who have pointed out her recent "puffy" appearance. In an op-ed piece, Judd said the criticism over her looks has been "nasty, gendered, and misogynistic and embodies what all girls and women in our culture,

I've written before about how Ashley Judd rubs me the wrong way. We've just heard too many stories about how she's a diva and how she treats people badly. Jason Patric, who worked with her on stage in 2003, even called

I've written before about how Ashley Judd rubs me the wrong way. We've just heard too many stories about how she's a diva and how she treats people badly. Jason Patric, who worked with her on stage in 2003, even called

Missing star Ashley Judd made waves yesterday with a powerful, articulate Daily Beast essay that slammed the media for making cutting remarks about her looks. But the piece isn't just about Judd's appearance — it's a feminist call to arms that charges