JK Rowling (56), the English author known for the fantasy novel ” Harry Potter ” series, posted on Twitter on the 22nd, stating she had received numerous death notices and blamed three transgender rights activists who posted her address on Twitter.
Rolling continues to argue with transgender people over the view that women’s gender-based rights should be protected. On the 19th, three activists stood in front of Rolling’s home in Edinburgh, Scotland, and tweeted a photo that included her address.
Rowling, thanking the Scottish police for their help, said, “campaigns of intimidation, stalking and harassment, but vowed that she would not be silenced. “We received as many death threats as we could on the wallpaper of the house,” she said, claiming that transgender activists “put them in fear and distress” for them and their families.
About two years ago, Rowling expressed her opposition to using the phrase “people with menstruation” instead of women on Twitter.
The cast of the Harry Potter is split on the issue, and the British actor Daniel Radcliffe posted a tweet of apology on behalf of Rowling, “transgender women are women.”