The Women's March is making the news for a ton of different reasons, but Ashley Judd's speech just might be one of the biggest things to come from it. She declared that she was a feminist and read a poem by spoken word poet Nina Donovan.
In her speech, she called out many of the issues facing women, like the taxes on tampons, the wage inequality, and the battles that women have faced to have their voices heard in the past.
"I am nasty like my bloodstains on my bed sheets," Judd said in her recitation of Donovan's poem.
WATCH | Here's a recording of Judd's full speech from the main stage of the Women's March in Washington, D.C. The poem she read embraced the "nasty woman" title that many feminists have taken on following Trump's criticisms of Hillary Clinton.
Judd tweeted that the crowd of pink was "SO. BEAUTIFUL!!"
The poem focused on the ways that women are still struggling in today's world.
Twitter users were quick to show their support for Judd's powerful speech.
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