(AmericanPoliticalDaily.com)- JK Rowling was once the Queen of social justice warriors. Every green-haired feminists loved Rowling and her Harry Potter books, and they loved her even more when she started posthumously announced that some of the characters were gay. But the moment she said that she thinks the trans agenda has gone too far, that all changed.
Handprints made by the Harry Potter author that are cast into the streets of Edinburgh have been vandalized after she made comments about how the trans agenda is encouraging gay people to go through “conversion therapy.”
Think of the handprints as a Scottish equivalent of America’s Walk of Fame. They were cast in the ground in 2008 alongside a number of other famous people, including Sir Chris Hoy, a popular Olympic cyclist. The gold handprints were smeared with bright red paint in recent days, and the transgender flag was painted on the ground next to the hands. Just in case you weren’t completely sure that it was trans activists who did it.
The Telegraph published images of the hands, which were completely covered in red paint, next to other gold hands that had not been vandalized.
In a recent Twitter thread, Rowling said, “Many health professionals are concerned that young people struggling with their mental health are being shunted towards hormones and surgery when this may not be in their best interests.”
To some people…that’s controversial.
“Many, myself included, believe we are watching a new kind of conversion therapy for young gay people, who are being set on a lifelong path of medicalization that may result in the loss of their fertility and/or full sexual function,” she added.
Again, it’s hard to see what is controversial here.
Rowling also made them angrier when she signed a public letter against cancel culture, signaling her refusal to kowtow to the far-left mob.
Rowling, however, is now considered so controversial that people who signed the same letter as her are apologizing for doing so. Author Jennifer Finney Boylan released a public statement apologizing for signing the letter.
I did not know who else had signed that letter. I thought I was endorsing a well meaning, if vague, message against internet shaming. I did know Chomsky, Steinem, and Atwood were in, and I thought, good company.
The consequences are mine to bear. I am so sorry.
— Jennifer Finney Boylan 🐕 (@JennyBoylan) July 7, 2020
In today’s crazy world, JK Rowling is considered far right and the president is portrayed as a neo-Nazi. When will the madness end?