JK Rowling Sparks Outrage With ‘Cross-Dressing Serial Killer’ In New Book Following Transgender Row

Here we go again.

If you’re not up to speed on the JK Rowling transgender drama you can read up on it here, but to sum it up she basically Tweeted back in June that biological sex is real, kicking off a massive backlash against her by people claiming she was invalidating the existence of trans people, contributing to trans suicides and so on.

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Credit to JK Rowling – not only has she refused to cow to the Twitter mob, she’s also managed to whip them into a frenzy again by announcing the release of her new book ‘Troubled Blood’, published under her pseudonym Robert Galbraith.

The novel follows Private Detective Cormoran Strike as he tries to solve the disappearance of a woman in Cornwall in 1974, only to come up against a cross-dressing psychopathic serial killer (as reviewed in The Telegraph).

There’s no mention of transgenderism in the book, but because this serial killer disguises himself in women’s clothing to commit his crimes, people are freaking out online and #RIPJKRowling has been trending ever since:

Plenty of people also stood up for JK Rowling and called out the maliciousness of the hashtag – even Piers Morgan got in on the action:

Prior to Tweeting about biological sex back in June, JK Rowling had commented on a story with a headline that read: ‘Opinion: Creating a more equal post-COVID-19 world for people who menstruate.’

Taking issue with the phrasing, JK wrote:

“People who menstruate”. I’m sure there used to be a word for those people. Someone help me out. Wumben? Wimpund? Woomud?

It all snowballed from there, and she even put out an essay addressing everyone’s questions and criticisms and noting that questioning the extreme end of trans activism doesn’t make one a transphobe:

Obviously this isn’t the first book/film/story about a murderer who enjoys dressing as a woman, but given the context of JK Rowling’s comments in the past, people are sure it’s a troll job and part of her perceived anti-trans crusade.

Well, however you feel about it, I’m sure this book will become a bestseller and both the positive and negative reactions to its release will contribute to that. No doubt that will send the woke pricks who got #RIPJKRowling trending even crazier. Probably shot themselves in the foot in that regard but oh well, at least they got to let some steam off on Twitter.

For the time JK Rowling annihilated a Harry Potter fan who asked why Dumbledore is gay, click HERE.


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