JK Rowling called me last night and asked if I’d put my name on her next book.
I was like “nah, bitch – I don’t need that kind of heat.”
A museum in the United States has erased any reference or items celebrating Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling over her supposedly “super hateful” views on transgenderism.
The Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP) in Seattle, Washington has decided to take down all Harry Potter memorabilia referring to the author of the immensely popular book series.
While Rowling, a self-professed liberal, was once propped up as a feminist icon as being one of the best-selling female authors of all time, she has now become an object of hate for the far-left, with many branding her as a “Terf” (trans-exclusionary radical feminist) for her critiques of the modern LGBT movement for endangering children and encroaching on female spaces and rights.
In a lengthy blog post outlining the rationale for the museum’s decision to de-person Rowling, Chris Moore, a self-professed transgender individual who uses “he/they” pronouns, said earlier this year: “There’s a certain cold, heartless, joy-sucking entity in the world of Harry Potter and, this time, it is not actually a Dementor.
“This certain person is a bit too vocal with her super hateful and divisive views to be ignored… Her transphobic viewpoints are front and centre these days, but we can’t forget all the other ways that she’s problematic: the support of antisemitic creators, the racial stereotypes that she used while creating characters, the incredibly white wizarding world, the fat shaming, the lack of LGBTQIA+ representation, the super-chill outlook on the bigotry and othering of those that don’t fit into the standard wizarding world, and so much more.”
Chris Moore is an ugly woman who thinks she’s a man
Therefore Moore said that the curators of the museum have “decided to remove any of her artefacts from this gallery to reduce her impact.”
The museum maintained its position on Saturday, telling London’s Daily Telegraph: “MoPOP is proud to support our employees and unequivocally stands with nonbinary and transgender communities. In an increasingly divided world, pop culture can unite, inspire, and spark important conversations.
“Education and creative expression are the heart of our mission and in our commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility, we strive to elevate those that are left out of the mainstream pop culture conversation, by amplifying voices and stories that are not always seen on museum walls.”
I don’t think trannies should be allowed to remain fans of these books.
It’s not fair to the author.
These people are schizos