MSNBC column hopes J.K. Rowling’s new book will be “the last nail in her coffin” for “legacy of transphobia”

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A new article from MSNBC opinion writer Natasha Naumann has criticized the author of ‘Harry Potter’ J.K. Rowling About her new mystery novel, in which she writes about a public figure who is murdered after being accused of transphobia.

Numan stated that the book was Rowling’s attempt to call herself a victim of “transphobic” and claimed that this was the “icing” on the cake of her bigotry.

The columnist began by describing Rowling’s new novel, Heart of Black Ink, which she wrote under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith. “The book is serendipitously centered around a public figure who is abolished for being transgender (until it ends up being a poor murder),” Numan wrote.

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A recent column on MSNBC criticized “Harry Potter” author J.K. Rowling for writing a new book about a public figure declared by an online mob as a “transgender” and murdered by one of its members. The columnist claimed that Rowling was portraying herself as a victim, having been canceled due to her “transphobic” statements.
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She added: “The character, Eddie Lidwell, a well-known cartoonist, is being persecuted by former fans turned vicious trolls, who accidentally accuse her of being racist and capable.”

Of course, as the columnist pointed out, the story is clearly based on Rowling’s own experience canceling due to her alleged phobia. Although the author denied the book Written with her experience in mind.

One of Rowling’s first moments of controversy with the LGBTQ community, particularly transgender activists, was when she defended a woman on Twitter who was fired from her job because she lamented that “smart people” were “tying themselves in knots to avoid telling the truth that men can’t They turn into women.”

At that time Rowling wrote“Dress however you like. Call yourself whatever you want. Sleep with any adult who approves of you. Live your best life in peace and security. But force women out of their jobs for saying sex is real?”

Emulating her experience, Nauman wrote, “It appears that ‘Heart of Black Ink’ is her attempt to portray people like her as victims against a bloodthirsty mob of transgender activists, who threaten the morally open Ledwell.” The columnist noted that in the story, she was “murdered by an Internet harasser, although readers are left to wonder what most writers have ideologically driven her killer.”

Naaman said, before condemning “Harry PotterThe creator of his writing.

O3 Books Original Dust Jacket Design For JK Rowling's Series

O3 Books’ original dust jacket design for JK Rowling’s “Harry Potter” series. (Pathic Oza Books/O3)
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“What’s more, the book reveals Rowling’s naivety unconsciousness: one of the most influential and wealthy people in the world, a white, gender-equal woman, who sees herself as a victim of the underage society she targeted,” Nauman claimed. She then wrote that “Rowling’s feeling of victimhood is the icing on the cake of fanatical and unpalatable.”

After providing her own account of Rowling’s alleged history of “transphobia,” including the time the writer tweeted, “War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is power. Punishable individual who raped you a woman,” referring to an article about Scottish police allowing rapists to identify Their gender, Nauman continued bashing the author’s new book.

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Rowling took over 1,200 pages to portray Lidwell as the “real victim.” Her book notes that the transgender community and its allies are full of predators — not just “upside down individuals” who commit rape — but abusive trolls, some of whom want to see her die,” in clear disagreement.

She added that Rowling in writing this book shows that she “apparently chose to devote the rest of her life to dying on this hill” rather than apologizing “for the harm I caused”.

Nauman ends her rhetoric against the author, writing, “With her ‘Harry Potter’ series, she created a magical world where adult misfits – misfits including LGBTQ guys – found safety and belonging. Instead, she seems intent on letting go of that legacy and being Remember her for waging a dangerous and dangerous war against the transgender community.”


London, England - March 29: J.K. Rowling attended the world premiere of

LONDON, ENGLAND – MARCH 29: J.K. Rowling attended the world premiere of “Fantastic Beasts: Dumbledore’s Secrets” at the Royal Festival Hall on March 29, 2022 in London, England. (Photo by David M. Bennett/Dave Bennett/WireImage)

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