I don't rate Judd at all to be honest. Friends and I met her at the races a couple of years ago and I found her to be rude and snobbish and a few 'tips' she gave once in an newspaper interview on keeping the love alive in your relationship were cringe worthy.
So my point is - with her or others that post selfies - are they even considering that they could be perceived as a role model?? Do they want to be role models? Are they happy that they're role models?
I personally have never looked at women in the media as role models especially with regards to appearance/body type/etc
(I also don't have and never really had a lot of female friends, I don't do groups of women too well, I can't stand cliques, I can't deal with realty tv women - this could be a factor in to the above!?)
I don't know whether it was influence from my own up bringing, the age (I'm 31), my personality type or what... but why or more so *who* has determined that she is a 'role model'...??? I certainly don't think she is a role model....
I guess I feel that my job as a mother, whether that be of a son or daughter, is to model the behaviors I would expect my child to live by and form their beliefs, morals and ethics.