December 6, 2012, - 3:17 pm
Why is has-been actress Ashley Judd (real name: Ashley Tyler Ciminella) endorsing the wacko idea that all heterosexual sex with women, even if it’s consensual, is rape by the man?
In a recent speech, Constitutional scholar Judd urged her audience to read the work of Catharine MacKinnon, the University of Michigan law professor whose claim to fame is her bizarre and warped assertion that any man who has sex with an adult woman is a rapist, regardless of consent by the woman. See the video, below, in which she says, “Read Catharine MacKinnon!” (at about 3:17 into it).
Judd is rumored to be seeking the U.S. Senate seat from Kentucky in 2014, and so she’s building her resume and claiming to be an expert on child sex-trafficking. Her credentials in that field apparently consist of starring in movies (most of them crappy), kicking fellow classmates out of her home near Harvard (after she invited them), attending University of Kentucky basketball games, and wearing a dumb t-shirt that says, “This is What a Feminist Looks Like.” Problem is, even if she had any credentials other than these–and she doesn’t, she’s now endorsing this fruitcake, MacKinnon, and her “all hetero sex between adults is rape of the woman” BS as some sort of background for child sex trafficking. Yes, Ashley, MacKinnon was even talking about sex between you and your hubby, race car driver Dario Franchitti (who is mockingly known as “Mr. Ashley Judd” in racing circles, since he ain’t the one wearing the pants in the marriage), which has thankfully never resulted in a new generation of Ashley Judds.
Despite the conventional wisdom about the “changing electorate,” the fact remains that Kentucky is strongly in the “red state” category and will NEVER vote for this nutjob with a Hollywood resume. Thank G-d for that. I’ll bet her stances against hunting and the coal mining industry will go over real well there.
Most sane law-abiding Americans oppose child trafficking. But most sane law-abiding Americans also know that the idea that all sex between consenting heterosexual adults is rape is moronic and has nothing to do with stopping the rapes of children.
Ashley Judd, now the self-appointed expert on pimping, needs to stop pimping the world on the absurdities of Catharine MacKinnon. And shut up and act.
While the acting roles are shrinking for the now 44-year-old actress, one role she’ll thankfully never be cast for is Senatrix from Kentucky. For the foreseeable future, Ashley Judd is far too liberal–far too crazy!–for Kentuckians.
Tags: Ashley Judd, Ashley Tyler Ciminella, Catharine MacKinnon, Kentucky, U.S. Senate