newsweek:

Ashley Judd has had enough of what she calls a “pointedly nasty, gendered, and misogynistic conversation about femininity in our culture, and she’s inviting women—and men—to speak up about their own experiences. “I want people to share their puffy-face moment,” Judd said on NBC’s Nightly News. “I think what happened to me is very common. It might look a little different than other people’s lives because they might not be public figures, but we all go through it.”
So let’s hear it! Tell us your puffy-face moment—those times you were bullied or judged for your looks, and what you did about it.
In case you missed it and have no idea what we’re talking about, see this post for some background.

#Puffyfacemoment is about to go viral.

newsweek:

Ashley Judd has had enough of what she calls a “pointedly nasty, gendered, and misogynistic conversation about femininity in our culture, and she’s inviting women—and men—to speak up about their own experiences. “I want people to share their puffy-face moment,” Judd said on NBC’s Nightly News. “I think what happened to me is very common. It might look a little different than other people’s lives because they might not be public figures, but we all go through it.”

So let’s hear it! Tell us your puffy-face moment—those times you were bullied or judged for your looks, and what you did about it.

In case you missed it and have no idea what we’re talking about, see this post for some background.

#Puffyfacemoment is about to go viral.