J.K. Rowling: The ‘ridiculousness’ of police registering rapists as women

Joan Rowling
J.K. Rowling provokes the social media audience with a new tweet attacking the police and transgender people

JK Rowling’s Most Controversial Moments Over the Years

For not staying silent, JK Rowling faced a backlash from the social media audience after sharing another anti-transgender tweet.

GK again entered the controversy over the transgender issue by criticizing the Scottish police for allowing rape suspects to identify themselves as “female”.

The famous author of the book “Harry Potter”, who was previously accused of making an anti-transgender commentary, moved on Sunday, December 12, 2021.
That’s when she shared an article from The Times of London under the headline (The absurdity of police registering rapists as women).

J.K. Rowling
Rowling has spoken out repeatedly about transgender issues and a lot of accusations have been leveled against her

Excerpts from J.K Rowling

*Joanne Rowling was born on July 31, 1965. Gloucestershire, England.

*She is a British writer, author, film producer, and screenwriter.

* She is best known for writing the fantasy and science fiction (Harry Potter) series of books, which won many awards, and sold nearly 500 million copies, becoming the best-selling book series in history.

Many fans attacked Rowling, accusing her of an unhealthy focus on transgender issues.

Rowling has spoken out frequently about transgender issues in the last 18 months.
Many accused her of unhealthy controversy on the subject.
J.K. Rowling has also been attacked by “Harry Potter” actors, such as Emma Watson.
Rowling has also been excluded from an upcoming special that celebrates fantasy films.
But this did not prevent her from expressing her opinion freely.

last december
In her latest discussion of transgender issues, Rowling received praise for her comments, with several prominent social media users thanking her for the “courage” to speak out.

“Thank you for describing this craziness,” Lauren Chen, Canadian political commentator, wrote to JK Rowling.

Show More

Related Articles

Back to top button
%d bloggers like this: