Which Harry Potter Stars Have Supported JK Rowling
JK Rowling’s controversial views on gender identity have divided both stars and fans of the Harry Potter franchise. And as a human being, I feel compelled to say something at this point.
As a person honored to work
The author, 57, has come under repeated fire in June 2020 after condemning an article titled ‘For people who menstruate, creating a more equal post-Covid-19 world’. But denies that he is transphobic. ‘ while who is unquestionably responsible for the course my life has taken. As someone who has been honored to work for, and continue to contribute to, The Trevor Project over the past decade.
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The criticism came amid fierce backlash from the film’s three stars, Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, and Rupert Grint. who publicly spoke in support of transgender people in the wake of the article. Ms. Rowling was also absent from the then eagerly anticipated reunion. in which the franchise’s stars marked the 20-year anniversary of the first film in the series, instead featuring only archive footage shot in 2019.
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But former Harry Potter stars, including Ralph Fiennes and the late Robbie Coltrane, spoke out in support of the author to the contrary. So which of the hugely popular movies has actually spoken out on the issue and where do they stand? Shortly after Ms. Rowling’s comments, Radcliffe said he felt obliged to make a statement about the acclaimed novelist.
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He hit back at the author who made him famous, saying: ‘To all the people who now feel. that their experience of books has been tarnished or diminished, for the pain, these comments have caused you I am deeply sorry. In an article on the Trevor Project website, an organization that provides 24/7 crisis support services to LGBTQ youth. He added: ‘Transgender women are women.
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‘Any statement to the contrary erodes the identity and dignity of transgender people. And goes against all the advice given by professional health care associations. who has far more expertise on the subject than Joe or I.’ I realize that some press outlets might want to paint this as a fight between JK Rowling and me. But that’s not really what it’s about, nor is it important right now.