Museum Removes J.K. Rowling’s Name From Harry Potter Displays

( – Harry Potter creator J.K. Rowling is being removed from the Harry Potter display at the Seattle Museum of Pop Culture. Rowling has reportedly been the center of controversy for her consistent assertion that biology is real and women are not men and men are not women.  

Rowling, a biological woman, who went on to sell more than 500 million copies of her book worldwide, is being shunned by transgender activists and other LGBTQ+ allies. The Harry Potter author was reportedly considered a “TERF,” a “trans-exclusionary radical feminist” after siding with the researcher Maya Forstater for saying that women cannot change their biological gender. 

Forstater was working at the Centre for Global Development (CGD), an international thinktank for poverty and inequality, when she tweeted that viewpoint. But when her contract wasn’t renewed, a London judge reviewed the case and determined that Forstater is “absolutist” in her views of biological reality and therefore is not “worthy of respect in a democratic society.”  

Most recently, Rowling once again offended social justice warriors and LGBTQ+ allies when she reportedly “misgendered” a person convicted of murdering a 13-year-old child in a gang-related attack. Warriors quickly jumped to Luis Morales’ defense, who was convicted in 1993 for raping, torturing, and repeatedly stabbing a young girl. He then jumped on her neck until it was broken, and she was dead. 

Chris Moore, the project manager at the museum and a “board member for the Seattle Trans and Nonbinary Choral Ensemble and a transgender Harry Potter ex-fanatic” explained in a statement posted to the website that Rowling was removed because she is a “cold, heartless, joy-sucking entity.” 

Moore, who is presumably transgender, continues with a long post about he has been affected by the “transphobic” comments of Rowling and recommends other “cisgender” allies to continue showing their support.

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