JK Rowling is an unlikely hero, but she is indeed a hero.
She has taken a hard stand against the tranny agenda, and is refusing to apologize, which is almost unheard of in our society.
I’m not a fan of her work, but I’ve known Rowling was based ever since she stood with Johnny Depp when his whore wife hoaxed domestic violence, and then refused to denounce me for supporting her supporting him. Not that I think she supports me, it’s just that she wouldn’t cow to bullying.
JK Rowling is returning the Ripple of Hope award given to her last year by the Robert F Kennedy Human Rights (RFKHR) organisation after its president, Kennedy’s daughter, criticised her views on transgender issues.
The award, which is for people who have shown a “commitment to social change”, was presented to Rowling in December for her work with her children’s charity, Lumos. On receiving the award, Rowling called it “one of the highest honours I’ve ever been given” and said “Robert Kennedy embodied everything I most admire in a human being”. Previous winners include Barack Obama, archbishop Desmond Tutu and Joe Biden.
But earlier this month, Kerry Kennedy, a lawyer and president of RFKHR, put out a statement describing her “dismay” over what “deeply troubling transphobic tweets and statements” made by the Harry Potter author.
In early June, the author wrote a series of comments on Twitter laying out her views on gender identity, including one that said: “If sex isn’t real, the lived reality of women globally is erased. I know and love trans people, but erasing the concept of sex removes the ability of many to meaningfully discuss their lives.” These comments were condemned by LGBT charities, as well as several actors who have worked in the Harry Potter franchise. Rowling then wrote a highly personal essay revealing her experience of domestic abuse and sexual assault, in which she argued that trans women who have not undergone hormone therapy or surgical transition should not have access to single-sex spaces.
In her statement Kennedy said that Rowling’s comments “had the effect of degrading trans people’s lived experiences”, and that her “attacks upon the transgender community are inconsistent with the fundamental beliefs and values of RFKHR and represent a repudiation of my father’s vision”.
“The science is clear and conclusive: sex is not binary,” wrote Kennedy, adding that she had spoken with the author to express her “profound disappointment that she has chosen to use her remarkable gifts to create a narrative that diminishes the identity of trans and nonbinary people, undermining the validity and integrity of the entire transgender community”.
On Thursday, Rowling announced on her website that she would be returning the award.
“Because of the very serious conflict of views between myself and RFKHR, I feel I have no option but to return the Ripple of Hope award bestowed upon me last year,” Rowling wrote. “I am deeply saddened that RFKHR has felt compelled to adopt this stance, but no award or honour, no matter my admiration for the person for whom it was named, means so much to me that I would forfeit the right to follow the dictates of my own conscience.”
Rowling said that Kennedy’s statement “incorrectly implied that I was transphobic, and that I am responsible for harm to trans people”.
Yes, that is what they will always do when you disagree with them: they claim that your speech is a form of violence and that you’re harming people on purpose. These are the same people who are burning used car lots and claiming that is speech, by the way.
Rowling’s position is hardly all that far out – she is only saying that you have to admit that there is some difference between a tranny and a real woman, because if you don’t, you’ve pushed out women by replacing them with men.
Basically, the heterosexual white male has been the target of every single attack in the last half century. The tranny operation is an attack on white men, as they are encouraging mothers to turn their sons into trannies, but it is also the first direct attack on white women, as they begin pushing them out of their spaces and replacing them with the mentally ill.
Most women don’t realize how badly the tranny agenda is going to displace them, because women just generally are not that smart. Rowling is smart, and she sees that the ultimate goal here is to make it so that all of the private spaces of women are invaded by weird creatures.
Most women don’t play competitive sports. Most women haven’t seen a man masturbating in the girls’ shower room yet. Most women haven’t been raped in prison or woken up in the women’s shelter with a man jacking off on their face. All women’s lives will be affected by this tranny agenda, but because they haven’t felt it yet, they’re not worried.