Harry Potter author made one confession that drove the Left absolutely insane


JK Rowling has become a main villain for the radical Left.

Her views on transgenderism have triggered an unbelievable backlash from activists.

Now the Harry Potter author made one confession that drove the Left absolutely insane.

JK Rowling is a deeply progressive person, but because she doesn’t march in lockstep with every single plank of leftist dogma, she must be excommunicated from the Church of Woke.

Rowling made the “controversial” statement that men cannot become women.

She also pointed out the absurdity of woke language and terminology:


For that transgression, she has been attacked mercilessly, and activists even tried to get her dropped from her publisher.

Now Rowling shared that she receives many letters of support for her views as well as letters of regret from people who have gone through with gender reassignment.

In an interview with Good Housekeeping, Rowling said, “Some of the most heartbreaking letters I’ve received have been from young women who regret the irreversible surgeries they’ve undertaken.These stories need to be told.”

Unfortunately, these stories are being suppressed.

Wall Street Journal columnist Abigail Shrier wrote a book called “Irreversible Damage” that talks about the perils of transgenderism that don’t get talked about.

Her book was blocked from advertising on Amazon, and it was briefly banned from the shelves of Target.

A study at Brown from Dr. Lisa Littman was pulled by the university because it discussed the issue of desistance – the process of detransitioning – among people with second thoughts.

Rowling added, “Many are afraid to speak up because they fear for their jobs and even for their personal safety. This climate of fear serves nobody well, least of all trans people.”

If radical activists are willing to go after a world famous billionaire author, they have no problem going after a random person on Twitter with an office job.

The mob tactics are used to bully people into silence or submission.