Master of the written word, J. K. Rowling, shuts down attack from trans activist in 2 words – twitchy.com
J. K. Rowling is a constant target of radical transgender activists because she refuses to bend the knee to their religious dogma. They believe that ‘trans women are women’ and that said notion should not be open to judgment, while relentlessly judging people like Rowling who believe biology determines sex.
In this case, a transgender person named India Willoughby decided to claim that they were ‘more of a woman than JK Rowling will ever be’, validating one of Rowling’s chief complaints that claims that sex isn’t real erases the lived reality of women across the globe.
Citation needed. pic.twitter.com/phsneRp9hZ
— J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) January 22, 2023
Ouch. Dismissed in two words.
Willoughby launched this personal attack at Rowling in reply to another user under a Rowling tweet.
True to form with attention-seeking leftist radicals on Twitter, Willoughby suddenly identified as the victim once Rowling took notice of the insult.
It’s insane that my existence annoys two people on Twitter who between them have a combined Twitter following of 30 million people! That’s nuts, isn’t it? pic.twitter.com/klJO7Swc7P
— India Willoughby (@IndiaWilloughby) January 22, 2023
Twitter users weighed in as well.
Love from India (the country) ❤️
Thanks for making my adolescence so magical 🧙♀️✨
— Saarthak (@spiritualghost) January 22, 2023
Love for J. K. Rowling from the real India. LOL.
Thank you, Jo. I really mean it. I remember being utterly captivated by HP from page one of the first book. I was 27, lol, but it was like the first time I read Tolkien. That’s the magic you’ve created and nothing will ever change that.
— Amy 🐘🦙🚫🧟♂️🧟♂️🧟♂️ (@WaltzingMtilda) January 22, 2023
This is the arrogance of the radical trans activists. They believe their disagreement with Rowling over transgender issues is reason enough to destroy her career with people across the world who love her books.
Say what you want, @IndiaWilloughby, JK just got the W in two words. Don’t mess with writers.
— Bill Dawes (@billdawes) January 23, 2023
No woman would ever say they’re more woman than another woman, that doesn’t even make sense…..
— Savvy | Artist (@MadamSavvy) January 22, 2023
Rx Please **DON’T** show your work. https://t.co/BhTecEAguu
— The Gormogons (@Gormogons) January 22, 2023
How are you the same person that wrote a book series teaching a generation of us to fight for those that the world sees as less than? I have never been more disappointed to see the true side of someone I once admired than I have with you. You are the bully you taught us to fight. https://t.co/s6N6X5zSsS
— Dani DeVito (@RealDaniDevito) January 23, 2023
There were many comments like this, calling Rowling a bully, because her comeback to someone attempting to bully her was so effective.
I know this is upsetting to some trans people, but India was literally attacking Rowling’s womanhood and identity. @IndiaWilloughby Is just an evil person. https://t.co/4ZgquiwL1p
— MonkaW (@Ulpian94633775) January 22, 2023
Yep, that’s what we saw too.
This is the consistent misogyny I see from those appropriating womanhood. https://t.co/84TUXIxK3S
— Perri Chase 💚💰🔥🖤🌵✨ (@perribc) January 23, 2023
The Patriarchy – still undefeated. LOL.