J.K. Rowling Returns Award, Goes on Offense Against Rabid Transgender Movement
We break up the rioting coverage to bring you back to the frontlines of the gender wars, where unexpected hero, J.K. Rowling, is still battling it out against the real hate-mongers of our time: cultural marxists. Here's what happened. Kerry Kennedy, who's president of the Robert F Kennedy Human Rights published a statement calling J.K. Rowling a transphobe. As is standard in 2020 if anyone dares utter such radical phrases as "men are not women, women are not men." This move inspired Rowling to once again apply fingers to keyboard, restating much of what she's already stated. Mainly that to be pro-woman doesn't mean one is against transpeople or hateful of them. She's concerned what the transgender movement is doing to women and transpeople struggling with gender dysphoria. Yep, she used "gender dysphoria." Hero. But here's the money shot in the short essay:
After hearing personally from some of these women, and from such a wide range of professionals, I've been forced to the unhappy conclusion that an ethical and medical scandal is brewing. I believe the time is coming when those organisations and individuals who have uncritically embraced fashionable dogma, and demonised those urging caution, will have to answer for the harm they've enabled.
She was being classy about it, but don't miss the threat. Rowling just echoed what many of us, typically on the right, have said about the transgender issue for years: there will come a time, likely sooner than later, when leaders in both the medical and cultural spheres will have to answer for their encouragement of hormone therapy and gender reassignment surgery. For this encouragement to damage the human body over an issue that is psychological, is a direct slap in the face of the Hippocratic oath.
For doctors, protection of the human person, the promise to do no harm, supersedes — always — any kind of dogma or cultural shift. Yet doctors have gone along with the cultural shift. Doctors have not only allowed harm, they've often encouraged it.
They will be brought forth by some kind of tribunal and made to answer for this. The time is coming, it won't be long.
Rowling wasn't done. Not only has she announced the coming war, she's putting all her money where her mouth is:
In solidarity with those who have contacted me but who are struggling to make their voices heard, and because of the very serious conflict of views between myself and RFKHR, I feel I have no option but to return the Ripple of Hope Award bestowed upon me last year. I am deeply saddened that RFKHR has felt compelled to adopt this stance, but no award or honour, no matter my admiration for the person for whom it was named, means so much to me that I would forfeit the right to follow the dictates of my own conscience.
Symbolic? Sure. Necessary? Absolutely. A slap in the face to the RFKHR? Oh heck yes.
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