I was repulsed by the Ashley Judd article. That people attack celebrities when they don't look absolutely perfect is absolutely unfair. Celebrities are people too. We all have our "bad hair days" and such. I agree with Judd on the fact that women have internalized patriarchy. Women are too concerned about how men think they look. If a woman looks "bad", whether it's the result of a zit or major surgery to repair a serious problem, no one should make any assumptions, because one never knows the reason behind everything.
How can we rally women against this automatic criticism of appearance? I would think that since women don't like it when they are judged based on their appearance, they wouldn't do it to each other.