JK Rowling’s Latest Book Features Girl Being Murdered for “Transphobia”


The latest book by Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling has a character who becomes the target of a doxxing campaign, threats, and murder after transgender activists accuse her of “transphobia,” similar in many ways to real life for Rowling.


The main character in ‘The Ink Black Heart‘ the latest novel in Rowling’s Cormoran Strike mystery series, and written under the pen name Robert Galbraith, is Edie Ledwell creator of a well-known YouTube cartoon. Edie’s life is turned upside down after social justice trolls accuse her transphobia over a scene in the cartoon that features a hermaphrodite animal.


Backlash from her own supporters also results in doxxing, rape, and murder threats. In the end, the character is fatally stabbed in a cemetery.


Breitbart shared a recent interview between Rowling and Graham Norton, wherein she explains how the novel wasn’t actually based on her own experiences.

“I should make it really clear after some of the things that have happened the last year that this is not depicting [that],” Rowling said.

“I had written the book before certain things happened to me online. So I said to my husband, ‘I think everyone is going to see this as a response to what happened to me,’ but it genuinely wasn’t. The first draft of the book was finished at the point where certain things happened to me.”


JK Rowling Rare 2022 Interview With Graham Norton


For her views on gender, especially her assertion that transgender “women” aren’t actually women, J.K. Rowling has come under fire from transgender activists T and been demonized in the media as a transphobe. She was not included in a recent celebration for the Harry Potter films over her views on transgenderism.

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