Fresh off her incredibly bizarre and vulgar slam poetry session at the Women's March on Washington to protest the democratic election of Donald Trump, insane Hollywood feminist Ashley Judd went all Lena Dunham and reported an airport worker who apparently had the audacity to call her "sweetheart" and compliment her dress.
Where does this guy think we are? Saudi freaking Arabia?
And Ms. Judd, eager to stamp-out "everyday sexism," took to Facebook to lament the traumatic incident.
“I was coming through security and a guy said ‘Hey, sweetheart,'” whined Judd. “And I said ‘I’m not your sweetheart. I am your client.’”
The horror continues, as the self-styled Nasty Woman recollected the kind employee — trigger warning — complimenting her dress.
“Then when I was setting my things out he said, ‘hey, nice dress."
The totally rational actress claims the man "touched" her as he grabbed her belongings and placed them on what can only be assumed to have been a conveyer belt.
“I didn’t see him touch anybody else," she accused. "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."
Unbelievably, the nice guy then told her: "Have a good day, sweetheart."
Watch the insanity, below:
And we have a follow-up video! Thank goodness.
Here, Judd basically explains that the manager said he had a talking-to with the employee she complained about (for essentially doing his job in a friendly manner) and that she was given vouchers for coffee in recompense for the intense ordeal. Then, framing herself as a modern Rosa Parks, Judd complimented herself on her bravery for speaking up.
"Just because 89 people don't speak up, doesn't mean it's okay," the actress said the manager told her, "and the one person who does speak up, is the person who can help employees realize that it is inappropriate to use that kind of language."
For clarity, "that kind of language" includes a man calling her "sweetheart" and saying "nice dress."
How deeply entrenched in your own victimhood do you have to be to be triggered by a friendly airport employee calling you sweetheart? Really?
Stay crazy, homegirl.