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Now Even J.K. Rowling Isn’t “Feminist Enough”

Those seeking to understand why the average person is too terrified to speak up against transgender activism need only to look to J.K. Rowling. In a promotional trailer for Rowling’s forthcoming film, Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore, which she co-wrote and co-produced, her name barely appears. This contrasts with how prominently her name was featured in previous advertisements for the franchise.

Rowling has endured a continued campaign of punishment and harassment ever since she (rightfully) ridiculed the term “people who menstruate” last year on social media. Her most recent transgression, according to activists, was criticizing the police in Scotland for classifying offenders based on their gender self-identification. This means that a male rapist who identifies as female will have his offense recorded as being committed by a woman.

Why might rapists want to be categorized as female and subsequently housed in women’s prisons? One does not need to have a background working with incarcerated sexual offenders, as I do, to wager a guess. Of course, it is important to take into consideration that some offenders may legitimately experience gender dysphoria at the time of committing an offense and that transgender women who are incarcerated will be at greater risk of harm if they are housed with male inmates. Read more…

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