The ‘Harry Potter’ author has tripled down on her anti-trans tweets in a lengthy blog post.
“Respect for transgender people remains a cultural imperative,” Redmayne said in a statement. “Trans women are women, trans men are men and non-binary identities are valid.”
LGBTQ advocates responded to a series of transphobic tweets by J.K. Rowling by fundraising for black trans groups—in the “Harry Potter” author’s name.
Daniel Radcliffe, Jane Krakowski, and Tituss Burgess break down what it was like to film the bonkers special—in which Kimmy faces down The Reverend while preparing for her wedding.
The author’s actions are especially confusing given that Rowling has cast herself as a staunch supporter of gay rights.
‘Harry Potter’ star Emma Watson says she is “self-partnered.” Congrats, Emma! But there is no need to rebrand singledom. Instead, let's just try and be more comfortable about it.
If you loved the books and movies, ‘The Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical’ on Broadway—with its lack of magic and creaking plot—is not a must-see piece of brand extension.