Actress Ashley Judd on March 15 motions toward the Kentucky bench before the first half of the NCAA college basketball Southeastern Conference tournament championship game between Kentucky and Arkansas, in Nashville, Tenn. The Kentucky Wildcats fan Judd is firing back at those who posted threats and hateful comments online after she tweeted that she thought Arkansas was playing dirty in its SEC basketball matchup with her alma mater. In an online essay posted March 19, Judd says she routinely copes with tweets that “sexualize, objectify, insult, degrade and even physically threaten me.”
Actress Ashley Judd on March 15 motions toward the Kentucky bench before the first half of the NCAA college basketball Southeastern Conference tournament championship game between Kentucky and Arkansas, in Nashville, Tenn. The Kentucky Wildcats fan Judd is firing back at those who posted threats and hateful comments online after she tweeted that she thought Arkansas was playing dirty in its SEC basketball matchup with her alma mater. In an online essay posted March 19, Judd says she routinely copes with tweets that “sexualize, objectify, insult, degrade and even physically threaten me.” Steve Helber The Associated Press
Actress Ashley Judd on March 15 motions toward the Kentucky bench before the first half of the NCAA college basketball Southeastern Conference tournament championship game between Kentucky and Arkansas, in Nashville, Tenn. The Kentucky Wildcats fan Judd is firing back at those who posted threats and hateful comments online after she tweeted that she thought Arkansas was playing dirty in its SEC basketball matchup with her alma mater. In an online essay posted March 19, Judd says she routinely copes with tweets that “sexualize, objectify, insult, degrade and even physically threaten me.” Steve Helber The Associated Press

Leonard Pitts Jr.: Ashley Judd fights back to try to hold misogynists accountable

March 23, 2015 5:36 PM