Star author and celeb JK Rowling is in the hot seat again.
And this time, it’s for another transphobic related ordeal. According to reports, the author directed her fans and followers to a rather offensive link.
Here, on the website, you’ll find plenty of offensive stickers, alongside badges. At the same time, most of the designs relate to one common phenomenon. And that includes how transwomen are in fact men.
The 55-year-old celeb seemed like she was taking an aim at critics with her recent social media posts. And just in case you missed it, well, it’s plenty of drama, to say the least.
Rowling tweeted an image of herself, clad in a t-shirt that spelled a bold statement. The slogan stated: ‘This witch does not burn.’ How’s that for some feisty words!
Soon enough, you could witness the message backed up via a link that pertained to the offensive website. Referred to as the ‘Wild Womyn Workshop,’ it definitely didn’t come slow in terms of bold and daring.
The link came attached with a written caption in Rowling style. It stated:’ If you know a witch who wants any one of these, then don’t buy from cynical chancers.’
At that point in time, you could only expect critics to fume beyond one’s liking. And they were definitely furious to the core. Meanwhile, they also pointed out how that certain website sells quite a few other things. And they immediately enlisted it as ‘transphobic’.
Just in case that wasn’t enough, you could also see how users started to point out how plenty of the badge images read f*** your pronouns. The website general theme seems to do with a lot of ‘gender-sensitive items.’
This includes badges that read off statements such as ‘dead men do not rape.’ Some of the stickers went as far as claiming ‘trans-ideology removes women.’ After such daring steps, you can’t help with the accusations thrown towards the author’s way.
A lot of people called her out for promoting transphobia via the link sharing. Similarly, one user went as far as stating that Rowling should support trans-inclusive organizations as compared to transphobic ones.