Transphobic JK Rowling Is Officially Dead To Gigi Gorgeous

Despite the insane amount of backlash she gets every time, JK Rowling has again done something to get her called transphobic. This time, Rowling promoted a shop, Wild Womyn Workshop, on her Twitter. The shirt she wears seems innocent enough, but a deeper look at the store’s products reveal a much darker truth. This incident seems to be the last straw for Gigi Gorgeous, who said that “Harry Potter” now means “nothing” to her.  Sometimes a T-shirt just speaks to you… (From, in case you know a witch who'd like one 😉) — J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) September 22, 2020 Wild Womyn Workshop sells quite a few explicitly anti-trans items. These items include stickers with explicitly anti-trans messages like “trans-ideology erases women” and pins that read “transactivism is misogyny.” Though Rowling did not feature any of these items, it’s hard to give her the benefit of the doubt. Rowling has repeatedly spoken up against the transgender community, constantly invalidating their experiences and identites. Earlier this month, “RIPJKRowling” was trending on Twitter due to the transphobic undertones of her new novel. She didn’t actually die, but she is dead to many people at this point.  jk rowling is promoting a store that sells these…. disgusting behavior — 🌙 (@swiftdestroyme6) September 24, 2020 Fans are once again hurt about these comments, but they are no longer surprised. They are just disappointed. One TikToker made a TikTok further explaining the severity of this situation. Referencing Rowling’s villain in the “Harry Potter” series, Tim said, “She who shall not be named is getting a little dangerous.” Tim continued, “JK Rowling is not an ally! You cannot pick and choose which members of the community you want to be an ally for.”  Hi JK Rowling is DANGEROUS and will be placed on administrative leave until further notice — Tim Beeckman Davis (@GleefullyTim) September 25, 2020 Gigi Gorgeous is also speaking up. She is a transgender YouTuber, socialite, actress, and model. She spoke out against Rowling in a recent clip shared by TMZ. She said, “Harry Potter meant something to me earlier, and now it means nothing to me… J.K. Rowling is an iconic author… but in my eyes now she’s dead because she doesn’t honor my community and people that I call brothers and sisters.”  As expected, Twitter also had a lot to say about this new JK Rowling incident. One user summed up his feelings very succinctly, tweeting “JK Rowling is EVIL.” Another tweet shows a picture of a license plate with the letters LGB. The caption, originally in Spanish, translates to “JK Rowling’s car.”  jk Rowling is EVIL — syd (@punker_irl) September 24, 2020 El coche de JK Rolling. — DavidStark🏳️‍🌈🇬🇧🇪🇺 (@DavidStark29) September 23, 2020 One Twitter bot account posted a graphic explaining frustration with Rowling. The caption reads, “JK Rowling can go roll off a mountain kthanks.”  [TW: terf nonsense] JK Rowling can go roll off a mountain kthanks — traaaaaaannnnnnnnnns (@traabot) September 25, 2020 One Twitter user wrote a little poem with help from “The Good Place.” The tweet reads, “Roses are red #JKRowling is a TERF If she keeps tweeting” before showing a picture of Maya Rudloph’s character from “The Good Place.” The picture shows Rudolph dancing and has a caption at the bottom that says “Gonna erase the Earth erase the Earth.”  Roses are red#JKRowling is a TERFIf she keeps tweeting — Laishah (@alves_vascon) September 24, 2020 Some fans are still finding themselves surprised over Rowling’s transphobia, saying stuff like “JK Rowling isn’t even trying to hide her hatred of trans people anymore i- i’m in shock.” jk rowling isn’t even trying to hide her hatred of trans people anymore i- i’m in shock — koby ⎊ black lives matter (@Kobyyy77) September 24, 2020 But not all are against Rowling. Though she gets a lot of backlash each time she posts something transphobic, she also always gets a lot of support. Belinda de Lucy, former member of the EU Parliament and Brexit supporter, wrote, “Thank you for everything. You had the courage to protect the most vulnerable of women and girls when so many Feminists had deserted them. Despite all the abuse you held firm. You are a true inspiration to my four daughters.”  Thank you for everything. You had the courage to protect the most vulnerable of women and girls when so many Feminists had deserted them. Despite all the abuse you held firm. You are a true inspiration to my four daughters. — Belinda de Lucy (@BelindadeLucy) September 22, 2020 A different user took to mocking the people hating on JK Rowling, writing “what will jk rowling do if unpopular authors stop referencing harry potter in books no one ever reads.” The tweet also includes a shocked, gasping face emoji at the end. Below the caption are four pictures of authors commenting on a tweet from Phil Stamper, saying that they wrote Rowling or “Harry Potter” out of their books.  what will jk rowling do if unpopular authors stop referencing harry potter in books no one ever reads😱 — claireopatra 🟥🩸 (@claireopatraaa) September 24, 2020 Surprisingly, despite early negative reviews, Rowling’s new novel “Troubled Blood” is selling well. Yes, the one with transphobic undertones that started a whole trending hashtag. According to a Daily Mail article, “Troubled Blood” sold over 60,000 copies in just five days and has risen to the top of the book charts.  Perhaps her legacy is too strong and she can never feel the effect of “cancel culture” or maybe there are just enough readers who agree with her message. Either way, her book sold fantastically well even after a hashtag explaining why she was transphobic trended. Guess there really is no such thing as bad press for Rowling.

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JK Rowling Isn’t Dead But Twitter Wishes She Was After Even More Transphobia

Though the “#RipJKRowling” hashtag might suggest otherwise, JK Rowling isn’t actually dead. Her career, though, is basically over. This hashtag started trending on Twitter after details about Rowling’s next book were released. In a totally unsurprising twist, it sounds super transphobic.  tw transphobia //every day is a good day to stop giving jk rowling even one precious cent of your money, but ESPECIALLY in light of her moving her violent transphobia out of the subtext of her books and into the text — casey mcquiston ⚡️ preorder ONE LAST STOP (@casey_mcquiston) September 14, 2020 British publication The Telegraph released a review of her new novel “Troubled Blood” on September 13. Spoiler alert: they said the book was bad. The news about the plot of “Troubled Blood” didn’t go viral until “Pink News” covered the story on September 14th. The book is about a cis male murderer with a nasty way of catching victims. He lures them into safety by dressing up as a woman. If anyone else wrote this, fans might be interested. This plot coming from Rowling, who has openly hated transgender people and invalidates trans women every chance she gets, is a huge blow.  If she didn't have a history of anti-trans bigotry, this could be an interesting premise for a series of well-done adult novels. Hopefully a serious author would consider the real serious implications of such a tale. But since she does, it likely won't be any of those things. — Catherine ~The Witch of Batuu~ (@CatherineKiwi1) September 14, 2020 Rowling has effectively turned a significant part of both her fanbase and the book community against her. Not only are Twitter users and ex-fans slamming her, but so are famous bestselling authors. Aiden Thomas, a trans author, tweeted that he was “absolutely DISGUSTED by JKR and Hachette.” Earlier this week, Thomas hit the “New York Times Bestseller List” for his novel about trans men. Also angry was Casey McQuiston, writing, “every day is a good day to stop giving  JK Rowling even one precious cent of your money.”  i am absolutely DISGUSTED by JKR and Hachette. i am filled with rage and hate. she is pushing narratives that get trans folks discriminated against, brutalized and murdered. this is an aggressive act of violence against the trans community. — Aiden Thomas 🌈👻 CEMETERY BOYS is out now! (@aidenschmaiden) September 14, 2020 In response to today’s comments, Twitter users started “#RipJKRowling.” This hashtag became a snarky way for Twitter users to show that Rowling was essentially “dead” to them. Many also used it to celebrate the death of her reputation and her book sales. The tag got so popular so quickly, that Twitter had to clarify that, no, she isn’t actually dead.  for me it's how twitter had to specify that she's actually alive AHAHAHAHAHA #RIPJKRowling — 🕷️Lily, Fluffy Spider Wife🕸️ BLM (@SapphoMode) September 14, 2020 tw // food rare footage of me attending jk rowling's funeral. it was a fun celebration! heven gained another angle though 🤍🕊 — eleanor says gn (@msprobellematic) September 14, 2020 Rowling has been hit with hate after making transphobic comments in the past. This has been going for years now. Trans people, especially trans women, were shocked and hurt by Rowling’s blatant trans-exclusionary radical feminism. Though it was what she practiced, Rowling took great offense to that term. In 2020 alone, Rowling seems to constantly tweet, retweet, or like a transphobic post. Earlier this year, Rowling wrote an open letter to the Internet to address the comments being made about her transphobia. Instead of an apology, Rowling actually made things worse for herself but defending her offensive comments. In June, Rowling posted an extremely long letter on her website explaining why she was so against transgender people. In her article, she claimed to have struggles with her own gender identity issues, but grew out of them. She states that this is a common response. “I want to be very clear here: I know transition will be a solution for some gender dysphoric people, although I’m also aware through extensive research that studies have consistently shown that between 60-90% of gender dysphoric teens will grow out of their dysphoria.” As expected, many people did not like this letter. she’s not dead or anything, but even tom riddle is more alive than her career and reputation 😼#RIPJKRowling — fer is looking for hp moots (@70sDRACO_) September 14, 2020 Later, in early July, Rowling compared healthcare for transgender people, which is regarded as a real medical practice that makes individuals feel better about themselves as well as keeps them healthy, to gay conversion therapy, a practice that is widely disrespected and hated for the trauma it has caused. She had all of this bad publicity, and still chose to add fuel to the fire.  JK Rowling is singlehandedly creating anti-trans sentiment that is very real and very, very dangerous to us. She is not just sharing her opinion— she is starting a brand new wave of transphobia. — Vee S. (@findmereading) September 14, 2020 Rowling does have some supporters, though. In response to “#RipJKRowling,” her supporters started a “IStandWithJKRowling” hashtag. Some strongly agree with Rowling’s point of view, praising her for being willing to speak out in a way that few would dare to. They call the people who are against Rowling “fragile.”  Just a bunch of narcissistic fetishists and cosplayers mocking a woman who dared to speak the truth. Your self centred fragility is nobody else's problem.#RIPJKRowling — Hayden Hewitt (@HaydenHewitt) September 14, 2020 The fact the disgusting hashtag #RIPJKRowling is trending on this mess of a platform, tells you everything you need to know about the mindset of these TRAs. Read the comments. Don’t ever ask me to justify my position on this again. It’s sick. Just sick. #IStandWithJKRowling — James Dreyfus 🟥 (@DreyfusJames) September 14, 2020 Others are claiming that the amount of hate Rowling gets is due to misogyny. They cite examples of projects by men that did not receive this much hate.  Unsurprisingly the #RIPJKRowling trend is misogyny in full view. If you haven't woken up to the fact women can't even define themselves as different biologically from men (yep, in 2020) without being harassed, maybe it's time you ask why.#IStandWithJKRowling #waronwomen — natalie (@clovhamm) September 14, 2020 You must have never heard of Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho — YaBoiMugen (@BoiMugen) September 14, 2020 Rowling’s words are controversial, potentially leading to more hate and violence. Yet, there are still plenty who agree with her. It’s just crazy to think that JK Rowling can invent a world of wizards, witches, and all sorts of fantastical creatures, but has a such a huge problem with transgender people. The biggest irony of all? Rowling published “Troubled Blood” under a pseudonym, Robert Galbraith. Yup, a male name for a female author who denies the existence of transgender people. This could be a good thing for Rowling, though. Based on the swarms of angry fans, it sounds like this could be her first novel to barely sell.

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