Preliminary summary: J.K. Rowling was boycotted by almost all Internet sites for making controversial remarks related to transgender people.
The reunion episode “Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: Return to Hogwarts”, which will be released on January 1 next year, did not invite her to appear.
Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Eddie Redmayne and other “Harry Potter” series actors have also issued opinions that contradict J.K. Rowling-“transgender women are also women.”
In other words, J.K. Rowling almost annoyed the entire Hollywood.
The two largest “Harry Potter” fan sites also issued a joint statement last year, supporting transgender groups and rejecting J.K. Rowling’s “transphobia” remarks.
On Monday, several transgender activists ran to the door of J.K. Rowling’s Edinburgh house to protest.
They posted photos of J.K. Rowling’s home address and number on the Internet.
This violation of privacy was criticized by netizens, and the publisher subsequently deleted the photos.
Then they issued a statement stating that they “were subjected to massive and serious terrorist threats after the photo was released, so they decided to remove the photo.”
J.K. Rowling subsequently sent many tweets, saying that she had received a large number of death threats, and she called for an end to this harassment.
“The best way to prove that your sport does not pose a threat to women is to stop stalking, harassing and intimidating us.”