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LGBT activists doxx creator JK Rowling for not shopping for their ‘gender id’ concept

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LGBT activists doxx author JK Rowling for not buying their 'gender identity' theory

On Monday (November 22), British creator JK Rowling took to Twitter to relate how she and her household have been doxxed by LGBT activists for not shopping for their ‘socio-political concept of gender identity.’
The Hary Potter-fame-author knowledgeable that 3 LGBT activists intentionally clicked photos of themselves exterior her residence such that the tackle was seen in these images. The activists then uploaded the photographs on Twitter, thereby leaving Rowling and her household weak to assaults. The incident occurred on Friday (November 19).
Last Friday, my household’s tackle was posted on Twitter by three activist actors who took photos of themselves in entrance of our home, fastidiously positioning themselves to make sure that our tackle was seen. 1/8— J.Okay. Rowling (@jk_rowling) November 22, 2021
While thanking her followers for reporting the photographs to Twitter moderation, she wrote, “Your kindness and decency made all the difference to my family and me. I’d also like to thank Scotland Police for their support and assistance in this matter.” She requested her supporters to delete any of the contentious photographs, which highlighted the tackle of her home.
“I implore those people who retweeted the image with the address still visible, even if they did so in condemnation of these people’s actions, to delete it,” Rowling added.
I implore these individuals who retweeted the picture with the tackle nonetheless seen, even when they did so in condemnation of those individuals’s actions, to delete it. 3/8— J.Okay. Rowling (@jk_rowling) November 22, 2021
The best-selling creator recounted the experiences of different underprivileged girls, who’ve been the topic of vicious social media campaigns, intimidatory ways and threats of assault together with rape.
“Over the last few years, I’ve watched, appalled, as women like Allison Bailey, Raquel Sanchez, Marion Miller, Rosie Duffield, Joanna Cherry, Julie Bindel, Rosa Freedman, Kathleen Stock and many, many others, including women who have no public profile but who’ve contacted me to relate their experiences, have been subject to campaigns of intimidation which range from being hounded on social media, the targeting of their employers, all the way up to doxing and direct threats of violence, including rape,” JK Rowling identified.
however who’ve contacted me to narrate their experiences, have been topic to campaigns of intimidation which vary from being hounded on social media, the focusing on of their employers, all the way in which as much as doxing and direct threats of violence, together with rape. 5/8— J.Okay. Rowling (@jk_rowling) November 22, 2021
She conceded that the ladies, whom she had talked about in her tweets, weren’t in a protecting setting, in contrast to her. JK Rowling lamented, “They and their families have been put into a state of fear and distress for no other reason than that they refuse to uncritically accept that the socio-political concept of gender identity should replace that of sex.”
She had recognized the Twitter accounts of the three LGBT activists, who glided by the usernames of @IAmGeorgiaFrost, @hollywstars and @Richard_Energy. At the time of writing, the Twitter accounts of all of the three activists stood deleted.
I’ve to imagine that @IAmGeorgiaFrost, @hollywstars and @Richard_Energy_ thought doxxing me would intimidate me out of talking up for ladies’s sex-based rights. They ought to have mirrored on the truth that 7/8— J.Okay. Rowling (@jk_rowling) November 22, 2021
While addressing a tweet straight on the three accused that doxxed her tackle, JK Rowling mentioned “They should have reflected on the fact that I’ve now received so many death threats I could paper the house with them, and I haven’t stopped speaking out.”
She concluded, “Perhaps – and I’m just throwing this out there – the best way to prove your movement isn’t a threat to women, is to stop stalking, harassing and threatening us.”
I’ve now acquired so many demise threats I might paper the home with them, and I haven’t stopped talking out. Perhaps – and I’m simply throwing this on the market – one of the simplest ways to show your motion isn’t a menace to girls, is to cease stalking, harassing and threatening us. 8/X— J.Okay. Rowling (@jk_rowling) November 22, 2021
LGBT activist had no qualms about doxxing JK Rowling
One of the LGBT activists named Holly Stars (@hollywstars), who was named by JK Rowling for doxxing her tackle, had proven no regret for her actions. The activist as an alternative claimed to be a sufferer of transphobic assaults on Twitter.
In a tweet that has now been deleted, Holly Stars tweeted, “Yesterday, we posted a picture we took at JK Rowling’s house. While we stand by the photo, since posting it, we have received an overwhelming amount of serious and threatening transphobic messages so have decided to take the photo down. Love to our trans siblings.”
Screengrab of the tweet by Holly Star
JK Rowling slammed for saying organic intercourse is actual and solely girls can menstruate
Earlier in June 2020, the world-renowned creator attracted the wrath of the LGBT Community for stating that organic intercourse was actual. J.Okay. Rowling had expressed her unhappiness over the truth that the headline of an opinion piece, printed on a media portal, addressed girls as ‘people who menstruate.’ Despite her completely smart opinion, abuses have been hurled at her. She was labelled a Trans Exclusionary Radical Feminist (TERF). TERFs reject the claims that ‘trans-women’, who’re biologically males, are literally girls.