Eddie Redmayne Criticizes J.K. Rowling Over Transphobic Comment!: Where things are already going worse, J.K. Rowling has made it even more with her Transphobic Comment. In the 21st century, Transpeople are battling for their identity and acceptance, but People make it more worse for them. Rowling’s Tweet is trending overall social media websites but not for a good cause. At the same time, Many Hollywood celebrities raised their voice against her and demands for an apology. Most Recent Eldie Redmanyne Backlashed Rowling for her comments and called her Transphobic. Hence let us move ahead with the topic and learn more about Rowling’s Comment.
J.K. Rowling’s Transphobic Comment
The Harry Potter, Fantasy Series Writer, made an absurd Commentb over Transgenders. The well-Recognized Writer doesn’t count Transgender people as a person and denies their Existence. Days back, Rowling Tweeted saying:
“If sex isn’t practical, there’s no same-sex attraction. If sex isn’t real, the lived presence of women globally is killed. I know and love trans people, but deleting the concept of sex removes the strength of many to discuss their lives meaningfully. It doesn’t hate to speak the truth.”
Eddie Redmayne’s Comments On J.K. Rowling’s Tweet
The BAFTA Award Winner Finds Rollings Comment on trans people as pathetic and vulnerable. Eddie never thought that Personality like Rowlings would say something which is an offence to him as well as LGBTQ community. Moreover, He has many friends who are transgender people and have accepted them the way they are. It is an offence, and an insult to transgender people says, Eddie. He said to Daily mail that “trans friends and associates” that have “their human rights questioned around the world and facing discrimination daily.” Eddie added, “There continues to be a frightful torrent of damage towards trans people online and out in the world that is disastrous.”
Fans Trolling Rowlings
One of the Rowlings Fan Tweeted “It is… something that J.K. Rowling made this display of transphobic bigotry under the pretence of feminism when we’re fighting for black lives to matter. She isn’t reachable, which is what it is, but the way she keeps imitating herself without reading the room. My goodness.” While Paris Lewis Tweeted “There’s just no indication that me being me is causing difficulties for any of the other women I’ve met. If there are ever any obstacles between women and trans women, they should be administered with sensitively and sensibly on a case by case basis. Please, for the love of God, leave us alone.”