Eddie Redmayne reply JK Rowling’s transphobic comments
A few days ago, the writer of the successful ‘Harry Potter’ saga sparked controversy (once again) on Twitter, so celebrities like Daniel Radcliffe quickly did not hesitate to speak out against him. That JK Rowling was accused of being transphobic. After she made a controversial statement which caused an outrage on the social medias. even among her followers .
Menstruating People: I’m sure there used to be a word for those people. Someone help me. Muberes? Mumperes? Muders? (This referring to the combination of the pun between woman and man), ” Joanne Rowling wrote in a tweet, where she makes it clear that for her ‘women’ are only those people with the ability to menstruate.
‘If sex is not real, there is no attraction to the same sex. If sex is not real, the reality experienced globally by women is eliminated. I know trans people and love them, but eliminating the concept of sex eliminates the ability of many to discuss their lives with true meaning. Speaking the truth is not hate, ‘added the famous British writer shortly after to reaffirm her position.
Daniel Radcliffe (star of ‘Harry Potter’) recently stated: ‘Transgender women are women. Any statement to the contrary erases the identity and dignity of transgender people and runs counter to all advice given by professional healthcare associations that are far more experienced on this issue than Jo or me. ‘
But he is not the only star in the universe created by JK Rowling who has decided to speak out against his statements that reflect transphobia and now it is the turn of Eddie Redmayne , main actor in the saga of ‘Fantastic Animals and where to find them’.