J.K. Rowling accused the Labor Party of betraying women

“Harry Potter” author JK Rowling intervened in the British election campaign. Rowling wrote in The Times of London today that she is unlikely to vote Labor because of the party’s stance on the trans rights debate.

She accused the Social Democrats of abandoning women who raised concerns about women’s rights.

Rowling has drawn attention for years for her controversial statements in the debate about trans rights. She takes the position that biological sex cannot be changed. The 58-year-old warns of the dangers for women if gender-segregated rooms such as communal changing rooms and toilets are open to the disabled.

Radcliffe and Watson distanced themselves from Rowling

Critics accuse him of exaggerating the risks and inciting hatred against transgender people. Key actors from the “Harry Potter” films, such as lead actor Daniel Radcliffe and Hermione actress Emma Watson (both 34), left him.

Meanwhile, Labor leader Keir Starmer, who according to exit polls was already tipped to be prime minister for the July 4 vote, has changed his views. She accepted former prime minister Tony Blair’s claim that biologically a woman has a vagina and a man has a penis, she told reporters in a campaign appearance this week. However, Rowling doesn’t go far enough.

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