US News Cynthia Nixon: J.K. Rowling's words seriously injured her son

23:40  14 september  2020
23:40  14 september  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Former “Sex and the City” actress Cynthia Nixon has claimed that J . K . Rowling inflicted pain on her transgender son when the author expressly denounced aspects of transgender ideology. Speaking with The Independent, Nixon said that her transgender son Samuel felt deep pain after hearing Rowling ’ s

Cynthia Nixon is speaking out about J . K . Rowling ' s recent comments on gender and transgender identity. Published 2 hours ago. Cynthia Nixon says J . K . Rowling ' s comments on gender were 'really painful' for her trans son . The author suggested the term 'woman' be used over 'people who

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A world collapsed for her child: "It was extremely painful for him because so much of his childhood was closely related to ' Harry Potter 'connected. The books seem to be about successful people who are different. That she picked this one group of people and practically denied their existence is inexplicable. " Rowling had said, among other things, that gender was an inescapable reality.

Afterwards, the British author explained her statements by saying that she had made them in the spirit of feminism. Nixon now doubts that too: "I know that she is of the opinion that she stands up for feminism. But I don't see it that way." The stars of the "Harry Potter" films had unanimously opposed the author. Emma Watson (30) wrote: "I want my transsexual followers to know that I and many other people around the world recognize, respect and love you for who you are."

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