JK Rowling’s new book Troubled Blood is upsetting a lot of people because it features a cross dressing murderer. Now trans people want to kill the Harry Potter author.
Is JK Rowling’s new book Troubled Blood about to turn into non-fiction? Let’s hope not. The British writer is receiving a plethora of death threats from the trans community after writing a book about a cross-dressing killer.
There has been a lot of protest about JK Rowling’s new book, and — the funny thing is — absolutely none of the people have read the book.
Despite their claims that it portrays the trans community in a negative light, the book is not in anyway, shape, or form, about trans people. Nope. It’s about a psychopath with mummy issues who likes to cross-dress because it arouses him. Does that describe trans people? I didn’t think so… but maybe it does?
The book is not even about trans people…
JK Rowling has been receiving a lot of death threats since she tweeted in support of a woman who lost her job for saying that there is a biological difference between trans and cis-women. Since then there has been out outpouring of hate for the once beloved author of the Harry Potter series.
Despite outrage, JK Rowling’s new The Cuckoos Calling book Troubled Blood is amazing.
JK Rowling has been a staunch supporter of the LGBTQ+ community and even declared that Dumbledore was gay. She’s also donated tonnes of money to their charities, but sadly… it wasn’t enough.
Signs showing support for the author vandalised with gross stuff…
In Vancouver, Canada, a sign of support was erected to show support for the author after all the hate she got. But, after only one day, trans rights activists hurled a mixture of faeces and other gross bodily fluids at the sign before demanding that the billboard owner remove the sign because it showed support for “transphobia”.
I Love JK Rowling sign vandalised by trans-rights activists and taken down in Vancouver, Canada.
Things aren’t getting any better for the 55-year-old feminist after she released her new book called Troubled Blood. The book features a psychopathic killer who likes to cross-dress for arousal because of his deep-seeded issues with women.
The trans community is plotting to murder her (or at the very least hope that she dies).
“If I ever saw you on the street, I wouldn’t hestitate to murder you, you [expletive deleted] TERF,” one user tweeted.
Frantic Beasts and where to find their death threats…
TERF, according to Wikiepdia, is an acronym for trans-exclusionary radical feminist. It was originally coined in 2008, the term was originally applied to a minority of feminists espousing sentiments that other feminists consider transphobic, such as the rejection of the assertion that trans women are women.
Another wrote, “I hope somebody kills you and writes a book about it.”
“Let’s make JK TERFing’s book a reality. I Think I could kill that Nazi and get away with it,” another user Tweeted. Their comment received 47 likes and 5 retweets.
Harry Potter actor, Daniel Radcliffe, didn’t make matters any better for Rowling after he condemned her and stated that, somehow, she was directly responsible for trans suicides because, in someway, she was dehumanising trans people.