J.K. Rolling responds to anti-trans-Twitter – variety3 min read
Many people believe that the author of “Harry Potter” J.K. Rolling for a few series of anti-trans-series on Saturday afternoon.
Rowling’s latest controversy began when she commented on an opinion piece from the global health website Divex in an article entitled “Opinion: Post Creating Another Equal-Covid-19 World for People with Thrush”.
“People. ‘I was sure there was a word for these people. Someone help me. Wumben? Wimpund? Woomud? Rolling tweeted.
On Twitter, people immediately called Rowling’s comments “anti-trans” and “transphobic.”
“If sexuality is not real, then there is no attraction of same-sex. If sexuality is not real, the living reality of women around the world is erased. I know people and love them, but deleting the notion of sex removes the ability to discuss meaningfully in the lives of many. She doesn’t hate to speak the truth, “she wrote.” Women like me, who have been sympathetic to the transfer of people for decades, feel kinship because they, like women – are at risk for male violence – they ‘hate’ trans people. The sexual cause seems to be true and the consequences are alive – it’s nonsense. “
She further added that she respects the right of transferees to live comfortably and later attacked her as a TRF, a so-called trans-exclusive radical feminist.
“I respect the right of every transfer person to live in a way that feels relevant and comfortable. If you are discriminated against on the basis of being trans, I will march with you. At the same time becoming a woman has shaped my life. “I don’t believe it’s disgusting to say that,” he added.
The LGBTQ rights organization responded to Glad Rowling’s comments by saying that the author had linked himself to an ideology that “deliberately distorts information about gender identity and transgender people.” In 2020, there is no excuse to target trans people. “
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Rolling has come under fire for speaking out in favor of the same opinion before. In December, he countered by supporting a researcher who lost his job because no one could change their biological sex. Khushi issued a statement in response to Rowling’s previous tweets.
“J.K. Rowling, whose books the children hoped they could work together to create a better world, has now aligned itself with an unscientific ideology that denies the basic humanity of transgender people,” said Anthony Ramos, Glad’s talent chief. “Trans men, trans women and non-binary people are not a threat and trans people are at risk. Now is the time for allies who support trans people to speak and support their fundamental right to equal and fair treatment.