Stumble. Bumble. Fumble. It's what we do. PHOTO OF THE YEAR: women's march, January 2017 -- Me too? Im guessing that's a NO. ALL-TIME CLASSIC BLOOPER FOR MY PILOT BUDDIES:
Kentucky native Ashley Judd is still triggered by the Trump victory. She claims the trauma she suffers from being an underage rape victim is not as bad as having "sexual predator" Donald Trump in the White House. via HuffPo: “It remains for me the worst thing that’s ever happened to me in my lifetime,” Judd said in a conversation with Congresswoman Barbara Lee (D-Calif.) at Watch Us Run, HuffPost Women’s inauguration day event. “Raped as a child, bad,” Judd said. “Re-raped by a political system that ordains a clown, really bad.” Ashley Judd's "Nasty Woman" speech at the D.C. Women's March on Inauguration weekend was raw and real.
Actress @AshleyJudd recites a beat poem about being a “nasty woman” at #WomensMarch https://t.co/EGN6efPzCq— Bradd Jaffy (@BraddJaffy) January 21, 2017 In with the Trump, in with the hysteria. Faded celebs are losing their minds over The Donald. Ashley Judd went vaggie loco again. But in a good way. She slammed a damning poem that was one part brilliant and two parts crazy. Ash's rant was but a small part of domestic discord. (Her sister Wynona stayed out of the kerfuffle). THE VELVET VICE SEES DAYLIGHT The vagina suit is America's new go-to look in the wake of Donald Trump's election as U.S. president. A million women protested across the country one day after the Trump inauguration spurred violent protests. Reproductive rights,