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Transphobic' much? JK Rowling's new book 'Troubled Blood' features a  cross-dressing murderer; critics aren't happy

 

 

In June, Rowling sparked controversy after mocking a headline about "people who menstruate."

"'People who menstruate.' I'm sure there used to be a word for those people," she tweeted. "Someone help me out. Wumben? Wimpund? Woomud?"

 

J.K. is putting it to the LGBTQ community again. They wouldn't mind if it was with a strap-on, but words? No, that's offensive.

 

 

JK Rowling's 'Troubled Blood' book sparks fresh transgender rights row

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/jk-rowling-s-troubled-blood-book-sparks-fresh-transgender-rights-row/ar-BB194mhi?ocid=msedgdhp

(Full article at above link)

 

 

JK Rowling has once again come under fire from transgender rights activists, this time for her new crime novel, which features a cross-dressing serial killer.

Published Tuesday, "Troubled Blood" by Robert Galbraith -- Rowling's crime writer pseudonym.

 The plot is an investigation into the cold case of a missing doctor who is believed to have fallen victim to a murderous cross-dresser.

"This is a long-standing and somewhat tired trope, responsible for the demonization of a small group of people, simply hoping to live their lives with dignity," a spokesperson said in a statement to CNN.

 "We are disappointed to hear that the author might be propagating the same, long-standing and hurtful presentation of trans women as a threat.

"As a children's charity, we are bearing witness to the very real hurt felt by young people who once saw Ms. Rowling's fiction as a place of comfort, friendship and escape. The author recently expressed support for trans people's right to live free from persecution. Her latest book might cause those still enjoying her books to question that sentiment," the Mermaids statement added.

Rowling's management told CNN that it would not be commenting on the latest controversy.

Paris Lees, a transgender rights activist and British Vogue columnist, tweeted Monday: "JK Rowling's new book's about a 'transvestite serial killer' Meanwhile over in the real world the number of trans people killed in Brazil has risen by 70% this past year and men who kill us (for being trans) are pardoned and sent home."

The author has become so "obsessed with her deeply prejudiced perspective that she'll go to any length to remain convinced of her own righteousness, no matter what harm it causes."

 Last month, the author said she would be handing back a prestigious human rights award after Kerry Kennedy, president of the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights organization, said Rowling's viewpoint "diminishes the identity" of transgender people.

 Following the reaction, Rowling published an essay about gender identity on her website and explained why she chose to share her views.

"All I'm asking -- all I want -- is for similar empathy, similar understanding, to be extended to the many millions of women whose sole crime is wanting their concerns to be heard without receiving threats and abuse," Rowling said.

 

 

Emma Watson, Before and After - The Skincare Edit

 

 

Her comments led actors who starred in film adaptations of her Harry Potter books to disagree with her. Among them was Emma Watson.

"Trans people are who they say they are and deserve to live their lives without being constantly questioned or told that they aren't who they say they are," Watson wrote.

 

 

I disagree with Emma Watson, but not so much that I would go to a Deep fake porn site to watch her debase herself.

 

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1 hour ago, drvoke said:

JK Rowling has once again come under fire from transgender rights activists, this time for her new crime novel, which features a cross-dressing serial killer.

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I'm glad I have never come under fire from the transgender rights activists....I couldn't sleep at night.

 

 

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4 hours ago, drvoke said:

Transphobic' much? JK Rowling's new book 'Troubled Blood' features a  cross-dressing murderer; critics aren't happy

 

 

In June, Rowling sparked controversy after mocking a headline about "people who menstruate."

"'People who menstruate.' I'm sure there used to be a word for those people," she tweeted. "Someone help me out. Wumben? Wimpund? Woomud?"

 

J.K. is putting it to the LGBTQ community again. They wouldn't mind if it was with a strap-on, but words? No, that's offensive.

 

 

JK Rowling's 'Troubled Blood' book sparks fresh transgender rights row

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/jk-rowling-s-troubled-blood-book-sparks-fresh-transgender-rights-row/ar-BB194mhi?ocid=msedgdhp

(Full article at above link)

 

 

JK Rowling has once again come under fire from transgender rights activists, this time for her new crime novel, which features a cross-dressing serial killer.

Published Tuesday, "Troubled Blood" by Robert Galbraith -- Rowling's crime writer pseudonym.

 The plot is an investigation into the cold case of a missing doctor who is believed to have fallen victim to a murderous cross-dresser.

"This is a long-standing and somewhat tired trope, responsible for the demonization of a small group of people, simply hoping to live their lives with dignity," a spokesperson said in a statement to CNN.

 "We are disappointed to hear that the author might be propagating the same, long-standing and hurtful presentation of trans women as a threat.

"As a children's charity, we are bearing witness to the very real hurt felt by young people who once saw Ms. Rowling's fiction as a place of comfort, friendship and escape. The author recently expressed support for trans people's right to live free from persecution. Her latest book might cause those still enjoying her books to question that sentiment," the Mermaids statement added.

Rowling's management told CNN that it would not be commenting on the latest controversy.

Paris Lees, a transgender rights activist and British Vogue columnist, tweeted Monday: "JK Rowling's new book's about a 'transvestite serial killer' Meanwhile over in the real world the number of trans people killed in Brazil has risen by 70% this past year and men who kill us (for being trans) are pardoned and sent home."

The author has become so "obsessed with her deeply prejudiced perspective that she'll go to any length to remain convinced of her own righteousness, no matter what harm it causes."

 Last month, the author said she would be handing back a prestigious human rights award after Kerry Kennedy, president of the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights organization, said Rowling's viewpoint "diminishes the identity" of transgender people.

 Following the reaction, Rowling published an essay about gender identity on her website and explained why she chose to share her views.

"All I'm asking -- all I want -- is for similar empathy, similar understanding, to be extended to the many millions of women whose sole crime is wanting their concerns to be heard without receiving threats and abuse," Rowling said.

 

 

Emma Watson, Before and After - The Skincare Edit

 

 

Her comments led actors who starred in film adaptations of her Harry Potter books to disagree with her. Among them was Emma Watson.

"Trans people are who they say they are and deserve to live their lives without being constantly questioned or told that they aren't who they say they are," Watson wrote.

 

 

I disagree with Emma Watson, but not so much that I would go to a Deep fake porn site to watch her debase herself.

 

Which porn site is your favorite?

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7 hours ago, drvoke said:

Transphobic' much? JK Rowling's new book 'Troubled Blood' features a  cross-dressing murderer; critics aren't happy

 

 

In June, Rowling sparked controversy after mocking a headline about "people who menstruate."

"'People who menstruate.' I'm sure there used to be a word for those people," she tweeted. "Someone help me out. Wumben? Wimpund? Woomud?"

 

J.K. is putting it to the LGBTQ community again. They wouldn't mind if it was with a strap-on, but words? No, that's offensive.

 

 

JK Rowling's 'Troubled Blood' book sparks fresh transgender rights row

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/jk-rowling-s-troubled-blood-book-sparks-fresh-transgender-rights-row/ar-BB194mhi?ocid=msedgdhp

(Full article at above link)

 

 

JK Rowling has once again come under fire from transgender rights activists, this time for her new crime novel, which features a cross-dressing serial killer.

Published Tuesday, "Troubled Blood" by Robert Galbraith -- Rowling's crime writer pseudonym.

 The plot is an investigation into the cold case of a missing doctor who is believed to have fallen victim to a murderous cross-dresser.

"This is a long-standing and somewhat tired trope, responsible for the demonization of a small group of people, simply hoping to live their lives with dignity," a spokesperson said in a statement to CNN.

 "We are disappointed to hear that the author might be propagating the same, long-standing and hurtful presentation of trans women as a threat.

"As a children's charity, we are bearing witness to the very real hurt felt by young people who once saw Ms. Rowling's fiction as a place of comfort, friendship and escape. The author recently expressed support for trans people's right to live free from persecution. Her latest book might cause those still enjoying her books to question that sentiment," the Mermaids statement added.

Rowling's management told CNN that it would not be commenting on the latest controversy.

Paris Lees, a transgender rights activist and British Vogue columnist, tweeted Monday: "JK Rowling's new book's about a 'transvestite serial killer' Meanwhile over in the real world the number of trans people killed in Brazil has risen by 70% this past year and men who kill us (for being trans) are pardoned and sent home."

The author has become so "obsessed with her deeply prejudiced perspective that she'll go to any length to remain convinced of her own righteousness, no matter what harm it causes."

 Last month, the author said she would be handing back a prestigious human rights award after Kerry Kennedy, president of the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights organization, said Rowling's viewpoint "diminishes the identity" of transgender people.

 Following the reaction, Rowling published an essay about gender identity on her website and explained why she chose to share her views.

"All I'm asking -- all I want -- is for similar empathy, similar understanding, to be extended to the many millions of women whose sole crime is wanting their concerns to be heard without receiving threats and abuse," Rowling said.

 

 

Emma Watson, Before and After - The Skincare Edit

 

 

Her comments led actors who starred in film adaptations of her Harry Potter books to disagree with her. Among them was Emma Watson.

"Trans people are who they say they are and deserve to live their lives without being constantly questioned or told that they aren't who they say they are," Watson wrote.

 

 

I disagree with Emma Watson, but not so much that I would go to a Deep fake porn site to watch her debase herself.

 

 

it is not surprising that  emma watson sides with the transsexuals, generation x has been bombarded with that stuff as being ok since the day they were born- coincidentally that generation has the most transsexuals ever

 

 ...... or is it a coincidence?

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7 hours ago, drvoke said:

Transphobic' much? JK Rowling's new book 'Troubled Blood' features a  cross-dressing murderer; critics aren't happy

 

 

In June, Rowling sparked controversy after mocking a headline about "people who menstruate."

"'People who menstruate.' I'm sure there used to be a word for those people," she tweeted. "Someone help me out. Wumben? Wimpund? Woomud?"

 

J.K. is putting it to the LGBTQ community again. They wouldn't mind if it was with a strap-on, but words? No, that's offensive.

 

 

JK Rowling's 'Troubled Blood' book sparks fresh transgender rights row

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/jk-rowling-s-troubled-blood-book-sparks-fresh-transgender-rights-row/ar-BB194mhi?ocid=msedgdhp

(Full article at above link)

 

 

JK Rowling has once again come under fire from transgender rights activists, this time for her new crime novel, which features a cross-dressing serial killer.

Published Tuesday, "Troubled Blood" by Robert Galbraith -- Rowling's crime writer pseudonym.

 The plot is an investigation into the cold case of a missing doctor who is believed to have fallen victim to a murderous cross-dresser.

"This is a long-standing and somewhat tired trope, responsible for the demonization of a small group of people, simply hoping to live their lives with dignity," a spokesperson said in a statement to CNN.

 "We are disappointed to hear that the author might be propagating the same, long-standing and hurtful presentation of trans women as a threat.

"As a children's charity, we are bearing witness to the very real hurt felt by young people who once saw Ms. Rowling's fiction as a place of comfort, friendship and escape. The author recently expressed support for trans people's right to live free from persecution. Her latest book might cause those still enjoying her books to question that sentiment," the Mermaids statement added.

Rowling's management told CNN that it would not be commenting on the latest controversy.

Paris Lees, a transgender rights activist and British Vogue columnist, tweeted Monday: "JK Rowling's new book's about a 'transvestite serial killer' Meanwhile over in the real world the number of trans people killed in Brazil has risen by 70% this past year and men who kill us (for being trans) are pardoned and sent home."

The author has become so "obsessed with her deeply prejudiced perspective that she'll go to any length to remain convinced of her own righteousness, no matter what harm it causes."

 Last month, the author said she would be handing back a prestigious human rights award after Kerry Kennedy, president of the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights organization, said Rowling's viewpoint "diminishes the identity" of transgender people.

 Following the reaction, Rowling published an essay about gender identity on her website and explained why she chose to share her views.

"All I'm asking -- all I want -- is for similar empathy, similar understanding, to be extended to the many millions of women whose sole crime is wanting their concerns to be heard without receiving threats and abuse," Rowling said.

 

 

 

 

 

Her comments led actors who starred in film adaptations of her Harry Potter books to disagree with her. Among them was Emma Watson.

"Trans people are who they say they are and deserve to live their lives without being constantly questioned or told that they aren't who they say they are," Watson wrote.

 

 

I disagree with Emma Watson, but not so much that I would go to a Deep fake porn site to watch her debase herself.

 

 

 

if they the right to refer to women as those people who menstruate, then rowlins has the right to write 10 series about cross dressing maniacal killers.

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18 hours ago, drvoke said:

Transphobic' much? JK Rowling's new book 'Troubled Blood' features a  cross-dressing murderer; critics aren't happy

 

 

In June, Rowling sparked controversy after mocking a headline about "people who menstruate."

"'People who menstruate.' I'm sure there used to be a word for those people," she tweeted. "Someone help me out. Wumben? Wimpund? Woomud?"

 

J.K. is putting it to the LGBTQ community again. They wouldn't mind if it was with a strap-on, but words? No, that's offensive.

 

 

JK Rowling's 'Troubled Blood' book sparks fresh transgender rights row

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/jk-rowling-s-troubled-blood-book-sparks-fresh-transgender-rights-row/ar-BB194mhi?ocid=msedgdhp

(Full article at above link)

 

 

JK Rowling has once again come under fire from transgender rights activists, this time for her new crime novel, which features a cross-dressing serial killer.

Published Tuesday, "Troubled Blood" by Robert Galbraith -- Rowling's crime writer pseudonym.

 The plot is an investigation into the cold case of a missing doctor who is believed to have fallen victim to a murderous cross-dresser.

"This is a long-standing and somewhat tired trope, responsible for the demonization of a small group of people, simply hoping to live their lives with dignity," a spokesperson said in a statement to CNN.

 "We are disappointed to hear that the author might be propagating the same, long-standing and hurtful presentation of trans women as a threat.

"As a children's charity, we are bearing witness to the very real hurt felt by young people who once saw Ms. Rowling's fiction as a place of comfort, friendship and escape. The author recently expressed support for trans people's right to live free from persecution. Her latest book might cause those still enjoying her books to question that sentiment," the Mermaids statement added.

Rowling's management told CNN that it would not be commenting on the latest controversy.

Paris Lees, a transgender rights activist and British Vogue columnist, tweeted Monday: "JK Rowling's new book's about a 'transvestite serial killer' Meanwhile over in the real world the number of trans people killed in Brazil has risen by 70% this past year and men who kill us (for being trans) are pardoned and sent home."

The author has become so "obsessed with her deeply prejudiced perspective that she'll go to any length to remain convinced of her own righteousness, no matter what harm it causes."

 Last month, the author said she would be handing back a prestigious human rights award after Kerry Kennedy, president of the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights organization, said Rowling's viewpoint "diminishes the identity" of transgender people.

 Following the reaction, Rowling published an essay about gender identity on her website and explained why she chose to share her views.

"All I'm asking -- all I want -- is for similar empathy, similar understanding, to be extended to the many millions of women whose sole crime is wanting their concerns to be heard without receiving threats and abuse," Rowling said.

 

 

Emma Watson, Before and After - The Skincare Edit

 

 

Her comments led actors who starred in film adaptations of her Harry Potter books to disagree with her. Among them was Emma Watson.

"Trans people are who they say they are and deserve to live their lives without being constantly questioned or told that they aren't who they say they are," Watson wrote.

 

 

I disagree with Emma Watson, but not so much that I would go to a Deep fake porn site to watch her debase herself.

 

 

Jesus, you are a sensitive Fag, aren't you.

 

Ha!

 

 

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