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‘Harry Potter’ author J. K. Rowling, roasted, to support the researcher who has championed a biological-gender recognition

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“Harry Potter” author J. K. Rowling, is the capture of a backlash from the LGBTQ community after tweeting a presentation of a researcher who lost her job for tweeting that the men didn’t change their biological sex.

Rowling has, in the defence of the Maya Forstater, who was fired from her job at a thinktank, after the tweet of a rebuke of the “smart people” that they are claiming to be admired, in which the concept of a person’s identification with a gender that is different than the one they were assigned at birth.

“Dress however you please. Call yourself what you want to do. Sleeping with a consenting adult, you have to have. Live your best life, live in peace and security,” Rowling tweeted on Thursday. “However, the strength of the women out of their jobs for which sex is really like? #IStandWithMaya #ThisIsNotADrill.”

Representatives for Rowling, had no comment when reached by Fox News for a while.

According to The Guardian, Forstater had lost her job and been accused of using “offensive and exclusionary” language in a tweet to stand in opposition to a proposed amendment to the U. k. ‘ s, the Gender Recognition Act, as amended.

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“What I’m surprised about is that the very smart people who I admire, who is absolutely pro-science in other areas, and going to be the champion of human rights & women rights-will be tying itself in knots to avoid the truth to say that men can’t change women because it may hurt man’s feelings),” she tweeted at the time.

A Central London employment tribunal will be convened to a preliminary hearing on the question of whether her tweets are able to be protected under the Equality Act 2010, but a judge eventually dismissed that offer.

“I have come to conclude out of this … it is the totality of the evidence, that [Forstater], it is absolutist in its view of sex, and it’s a very important part of her faith, that she was referring to a person of the sex that they are supposed to be, even if it is contrary to the dignity and/or creating an intimidating, hostile, degrading, humiliating or offensive environment. The approach is not worthy of respect in a democratic society,” read the judgment of the Court of James Tayler.

Rowling has been caught in a huge backlash on social media for throwing her opinion into the fight. The Human Rights Campaign, tweeted a rebuke, shortly after her tweet, writing: “Trans women are women. Trans men are men. Non-binary people are non-binary. CC: j. k. Rowling.”

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Meanwhile, many other users were quick to call out a famous author for a diversity of opinions, they consider it transphobic.

“Another day, another one of j. k. Rowling’s to do something silly, and the deterioration of the public’s perception of her own series,” one person tweeted.

“How arrogant, condescending, a cis woman, and to think that it was for her to give us permission to be ourselves,” another user said. “Well, We don’t have the permissions to access any part of one’s self.”

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“J. k. Rowling just gave the world a great gift for the Harry Potter series. That doesn’t mean they’re above criticism, or righteous anger. It has been proven time and time again that they are not only transphobic, but are not willing to learn from her in general. Hate to say it, but we don’t, stan,” one-third of the user is detected.

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