Authors Quit J.K. Rowling’s Talent Agency After She Defends Biological Sex

Four authors resigned from the Blair Partnership, a literary agency based in Britain, after the agency refused their demands to outwardly support transgender rights and commit to internal educational measures like diversity training.

The move came following a left-wing backlash to comments made on biological sex by J.K. Rowling, who is also a Blair Partnership client, according to The Guardian. Rowling said both on Twitter and in an essay that biological sex is an important concept that is under attack by transgender activists.

Authors Drew Davies, Fox Fisher, Ugla Stefania Kristjonudottir Jonsdottir, and a fourth anonymous individual – all members of the LGBTQ+ community – published a short essay detailing their concerns with the agency’s neutrality towards Rowling’s comments. Read more…

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