Tuesday, June 16, 2020

Hey JK, we'll publish you

This futher underlines the central thesis of Corporate Cancer for even the most slow to grasp the concepts involved: SJWs do not care in the slightest about business or corporate revenue:
Publishing staff working on JK Rowling’s latest book threatened to down tools yesterday in protest at her views on gender. The Harry Potter author, 54, has endured a storm of protest since expressing ‘deep concerns’ about transgender activism in an essay last week in which she also described being a victim of domestic violence and sexual assault.

Those criticising her have included movie stars she helped make famous.

It led to headlines such as ‘Bonfire of JK Rowling’ as the multi-million-pound empire she created threatened to turn against her.

Yesterday morning at publishing house Hachette, several of those involved in Miss Rowling’s new children’s book, The Ickabog, are said to have staged their own rebellion during a heated meeting. One source said: ‘Staff in the children’s department at Hachette announced they were no longer prepared to work on the book.
At this rate, Castalia will be one of the Big Three publishers before the final collapse of the United States into multipartite ethno-cultural war. SJWs act like they are demon-possessed because they are true believers in a de facto satanic neo-religious philosophy.

The thought-policing of authors even extends to the fans:
The editor of the world's biggest Harry Potter fan site has urged supporters to stop buying JK Rowling's books and films over the author's 'transphobia' row.

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Blogger doctrev June 16, 2020 8:32 AM  

Even a year ago, I would say the very notion of JK Rowling accepting that offer was the final sign of you going completely insane with ambition. Given how quickly she's becoming radioactive to the NY elite nowadays, you could actually manage it. The difference between genius and insanity...

Blogger Matt Robison June 16, 2020 8:41 AM  

Rowling will be fine. She has FU money, if anyone does, and of course those complaining are a minority.

Will be very interesting to watch the fallout, though. If Hachette doesn't just fire all of the staff refusing to work on a near-certain bestseller, they deserve to die. This has been entertaining.

Blogger Ed P June 16, 2020 8:44 AM  

JKR should stand firmly against the incoherent rabble - she has enough financial might to ignore them. Although not interested in children's book personally, it's important to resist the current madness, whether it's about made-up biology or deliberately-inflamed racism.

Blogger Damelon Brinn June 16, 2020 8:45 AM  

Yes. SJWs break the maxim of "follow the money." Part of the problem is that they assume the money will follow them, because they think far more people agree with them than do.

When Kathleen Kennedy decided to make "The Force Is Female" the underlying theme of Star Wars, she didn't know it was going to lead to a bomb a few movies later. But if you could take her back in time and show her that, she wouldn't abandon it. She'd just tell herself that the real cause was faulty marketing, timing, casting, whatever, and do it all over again.

Blogger ScottC June 16, 2020 8:50 AM  

The only reason transgenderism is even a thing is because motherhood has been separated from womanhood. If women who didn't seek motherhood were seen as failures men wouldn't be able to transition because to pass themselves off as women they would have to mother children, and they can't. At most, they could adopt but that would make transitioning doubly burdensome.

Blogger Doktor Jeep June 16, 2020 8:55 AM  

JK is a GenXer? Didn't know that.
Does she like goats?

Blogger urthshu June 16, 2020 8:55 AM  

Maybe you can branch out into music and get SOAD's John Dolmayan too

Blogger Wanderor June 16, 2020 9:00 AM  

Video game publishers are increasingly showing signs of convergence as well. Valve may be the only major company that has not shown those signs yet.

Vox, have you considered going into the video game publishing business? I expect indie developers and small development studios to become more sidelined for wrongthink as time goes on.

Blogger Balkan Yankee June 16, 2020 9:03 AM  

Good for JK! Hope she continues to stick to her guns. Same goes for Hachette.

Blogger Shane Bradman June 16, 2020 9:04 AM  

The only tragedy is that JK Rowling won't lose all the money she's stockpiled over the last 20 years.

Blogger bramley bramley bramley June 16, 2020 9:06 AM  

She deserves this. Like all famous social justice twats who love to punch down, they never expect the mob to turn on them. And this mob are the generation who grew up with the utter trash childhood monopoly of Harry Potter and being told to believe they are special secret wizards destined for greatness.

Blogger Brett baker June 16, 2020 9:10 AM  

Chesterton, Belloc, Rowling.....

Blogger Kraemer June 16, 2020 9:14 AM  

Can't stop laughing at the idea of an SJW picking up a Harry Potter bundle and then in the back it has VD's books under "other Castalia publications'

Blogger FisherOfMen June 16, 2020 9:25 AM  

I hope 4Chan can throw their brand of caring for the underdog at this.

As for J.K. Rowling and her publishers, I give you a quote from the greatest human being who ever lived:
“I do think at a certain point you’ve made enough money”

Blogger crescent wrench June 16, 2020 9:26 AM  

These "reigns of terror" always end when the beast turns and attempts to eat someone powerful enough on their side to stop it.

Here's the question: is Rowling annoyed enough to fully shut them down or will she simply parry.

Blogger maniacprovost June 16, 2020 9:29 AM  

Rowling may be rich, but as a female, her instinct is to care more about social standing than financial standing. This is better entertainment than Arrowverse.

Blogger Canadian Warlord June 16, 2020 9:31 AM  

She urged the outrage mob along and fed this beast.

She'll be fine, objectively speaking, but her cultural influence may be over.

Big tears.

Blogger Anonymous Commenter June 16, 2020 9:39 AM  

She will bow down and grovel, like she did over the whole "Dumbledore is gay" thing... she won't see that the machine will eat her too, after all , shes one of them.

Blogger John Regan June 16, 2020 9:43 AM  

What makes you think SJW's are not literally demon possessed, instead of just acting like it? :)

Blogger tuberman June 16, 2020 9:50 AM  

Many more of these conflicts will arise, as the internal incoherence of 'Woke' leaks everywhere. Fun stuff -- popcorn time.

Blogger PJW Gent June 16, 2020 9:50 AM  

Get woke, go nuts, not the chew-able kind of nuts, the batshit kind. The college efforts by the cultural Marxists seems to be finally paying dividends to their overlords.

Blogger StrongCoffee61 June 16, 2020 9:52 AM  

All over the Western world, people are retiring early and working out to the extent that they have much better muscle tone than when they were teens.

So we'll, inevitably, get this scenario.

62 years old Mike. " Hey fellow teens. Where's the skateboard park. I want to get some practice in before school begins. "

17 years old Seth. "What's wrong with you, dude? You're like, an old man!"

Mike. " No way dude. I got decades of banging the chicks and smoking weed before I'm old. "

The above is no more ridiculous than the leftist spin on transexualism.

Medical technology is not even close to being able to turn older people into young people, women into men, Chihuahuas into Saint Bernards, or Africans in America into a first world population.

It's going to be interesting to see if JK Rowling is mentally strong enough to hold her ground.

Blogger The Only Cigar in the Box June 16, 2020 10:05 AM  

Not really a Harry Potter fan. Read the first book way back when. Saw all the movies. Meh. But now it's almost like I am being compelled to go buy them, if anything to ensure that I have hard copies available after the smoke clears from the latest round of Liberal Book Burning.

Blogger Doktor Jeep June 16, 2020 10:05 AM  

Come to think of it, is anything more gamma than Harry Potter?

Blogger Ominous Cowherd June 16, 2020 10:11 AM  

Ed P wrote:JKR should stand firmly against the incoherent rabble ... it's important to resist the current madness, ...
Rowling has been part of the current madness. If she is taking her turn under the bus, that doesn't make her any less part of the problem.

Blogger Emmanuel June 16, 2020 10:12 AM  

She is published by Hachette. In France, they made big news a few monthsago when their staff protested and succesfully cancelled the publication of the memoirs of Roman Polanski, the award winning cineast, beacause of #metoo accusations in his past.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan June 16, 2020 10:12 AM  

Trannymania is for white progressives to stay in the game and somewhat equal to the coloreds without and solar panels for Gaia they would certainly be down the Left-wing poles of power

Blogger Phelps June 16, 2020 10:23 AM  

I would pay $20 to hear the livestream of the first telephone call between Vox and Rowling when she gets the editors notes on her manuscript back.

Blogger bramley bramley bramley June 16, 2020 10:35 AM  

@23 But now it's almost like I am being compelled to go buy them, if anything to ensure that I have hard copies available after the smoke clears from the latest round of Liberal Book Burning.

Why? What value does Harry Potter have for the future posterity?

At the least they could be used as toilet paper, i suppose.

Digital toilet paper is very bitty...

Blogger Jpc June 16, 2020 10:41 AM  

How long before businesses realize sucking up to the SJW/woke agenda isn't that great an idea.
It's not the market niche to be in anymore.

Blogger Dark Herald June 16, 2020 10:42 AM  

Hey, if you can get her, go for it!

Despite being #Cancelled Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone is STILL number 19 in the entire Kindle store.

And that is for a twenty year old book.

The Millennials can't get rid of her even if they wanted to.

Harry Potter are the only books most of them have ever read.

Blogger Jeff aka Orville June 16, 2020 10:52 AM  

Thinking of all the blue and pink hairs burning their Harry Potter books and larp outfits makes me giddy.

Blogger Jim the Curmudgeon June 16, 2020 10:54 AM  

Future historians (probably Chinese) will write PhD theses on the madness gripping the west in its final days.

Rowling's employees are rebelling against her views on sex and gender; all of England is aghast at this brutal treatment of minorities. Yet not a single employee seems to have rebelled against the mass gang rape of hundreds of thousands of children by Muslim rape gangs.

Which is worse? Actually raping a child, or having dissident thoughts about gender identity? Well, we all know which of those options the UK public has chosen.

Blogger Jim the Curmudgeon June 16, 2020 10:55 AM  

@26 "In France, they made big news a few monthsago when their staff protested and succesfully cancelled the publication of the memoirs of Roman Polanski, the award winning cineast, beacause of #metoo accusations in his past."

No. Polanski is a child rapist who fled justice in the USA. It has nothing to do with abusing adult women.

Blogger Azure Amaranthine June 16, 2020 11:08 AM  

"SJWs act like they are demon-possessed because they are"

That's a sufficiently accurate sentence on its own.

Blogger rikjames.313 June 16, 2020 11:10 AM  

We were in the family range to get into her books as a group, and I was there for several of the midnight release parties. I ended up reading the series--and yes, book 7 was the endless camping trip.

That said, her series was Kafka for children. He was the worker's compensation system attorney who tweaked his experience into the horror of a Bureaucracy. Rowling as the client/victim of the welfare system did the same, only writing at a 6th grade level and inserting magic to make it more interesting.

Blogger Avalanche June 16, 2020 11:19 AM  

Well, Rowling COULD open up her mansion-estates to all those illegals and refugees she so *deeply* cares for.... You know, the boarding house kinda thing? Then she would continue to suck the govt's teat to keep from spending her own money.

Blogger Fozzy Bear June 16, 2020 11:26 AM  

It was Woody Allen’s memoir that was cancelled by Hachette in the US and France. When they later decided to continue publishing it in France, they were quoted as saying “Woody Allen is not Roman Polanski” and “the American situation is not ours”.

Blogger Leahn Novash June 16, 2020 11:33 AM  

Don't think VD would publish JK. Doesn't he have a rule that he has to be the worst writer in the label? JK is no Margareth Weis or Jagi Lamplighter.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash June 16, 2020 12:03 PM  

For the first time, I'm tempted to buy a Rowling book.

Blogger Silly but True June 16, 2020 12:04 PM  

WTF place does sex even have in any children's book department?!? Every. Single. Time.

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Blogger The Gaelic Lands June 16, 2020 12:43 PM  

And here I thought last week was a sign of peak lunacy. Sheesh. Lots o'opportunity developing to replace these suicidal companies. Just make sure to have them incorporated in a more Christian country.

Blogger Gallant June 16, 2020 12:54 PM  

Granted JKR is, to us, a far left wing figure on anything; and as mentioned she has $1B is FU money to make her strong enough to do it; but it's still interesting seeing someone that won't give up that one last inch to SJWs.

From the post where she laid it all out:

> "It would be so much easier to tweet the approved hashtags – because of course trans rights are human rights and of course trans lives matter – scoop up the woke cookies and bask in a virtue-signalling afterglow. There’s joy, relief and safety in conformity. As Simone de Beauvoir also wrote, “… without a doubt it is more comfortable to endure blind bondage than to work for one’s liberation; the dead, too, are better suited to the earth than the living.”

Blogger Unknown June 16, 2020 12:56 PM  

Sit back, grab the pop-corn and just watch. Save your energy for the eventual mop-up and clean-up. For those that have a memory, have actual creative hands-on skills, have work ethic, we can rebuild and it will be easier with all the parasitic mouchers gone.

Blogger Shimshon June 16, 2020 1:01 PM  

This could be JK's Owen moment. It's even the same topic. It must be their firebreak to keep the whole illusion from falling apart. Next thing you know, she too will be homesteading and singing about Moon Landing Conspiracy Theories. Stay strong, JK, and stand firm!

Blogger Crew June 16, 2020 1:04 PM  

I was tempted to buy one of the Harry Potter books when I heard that Rowling was fighting back against the transitards but there are more important books to read, like CR Hallpike's latest etc.

Blogger Akulkis June 16, 2020 1:31 PM  

>> the memoirs of Roman Polanski, the award winning cineast, beacause of #metoo accusations in his past.



Blogger Cynic In Chief June 16, 2020 1:46 PM  

Doktor Jeep wrote:Come to think of it, is anything more gamma than Harry Potter?

Contrary to expectations, the big gamma in Harry Potter is Tom Riddle/Lord Voldemort. He has the classic traits: random fits of anger, hatred of alpha/sigma figures, deep-seated resentment from a bad childhood, lust for people to acknowledge his power, and a need to always be right. What's missing is a revulsion from women (he has few interactions) and while he has some snark it's minimal.

Harry himself is a delta thrust into an alpha position with some poorly-written teenage angst thrown in. His primary desire is "normalcy" that he never gets until the end of the series. He's fighting against someone he's never known in a world he's never heard of until the start of the series. He doesn't hold resentment for long, looks up to the alpha/sigma of the series (Dumbledore), and doesn't use snark. He tries to go after the hottest girl, gets shot down (she later marries an alpha), and at the end marries the cute sister of his best friend and has the "normal" family he wanted.

As for the writing, it's better than average, but not up to the level of any of the greats (Tolkien, Lewis, etc). It's very colloquial, but not stilted the dialogue is good. There are some parts that need better editing, the infamous "camping trip" mentioned above is too long and the entire fifth book needed to be pared down a lot. Rowling also employs the annoying habit of introducing ad-hoc elements (the time-turners, prophecy globes, etc) that don't fit in with the overall world, are never used again, and seem to be there mostly to fix inconsistencies with the plot or provide motivations that otherwise don't make sense.

Most people I've met who dislike the series have either only watched the movies (which only really capture the plot and don't get the characters or details right) or have only read one or two books. I'd recommend reading or listening through the audiobooks of the entire series at least once. Book five is a long slog, but book six is worth it.

If Vox gets the option, publishing Rowling is a no-brainer. It adds another decently good fantasy series after the flagship Arts of Dark and Light and Green Knight's Squire series. It's also a massive bestseller and well-liked outside the SJW sphere.

Blogger Karen took the Kids June 16, 2020 1:48 PM  

‘Staff in the children’s department at Hachette announced they were no longer prepared to work on the book.'

Concerning place to have these fucking freaks but not in the slightest bit surprising

Blogger Nihil Dicit June 16, 2020 2:08 PM  

Rowling as the client/victim of the welfare system did the same

She wasn't a "victim", she went on the dole intentionally to write her garbage fairy tales.

Don't understand why anyone around here would feel the slightest sympathy for this idiot being hoist by her own petard any more than I can understand many women's eagerness to let some men horn in on their special "victim" status just by saying they're women too.

Blogger maniacprovost June 16, 2020 2:22 PM  

Vox, have you considered going into the video game publishing business?


Blogger James Dixon June 16, 2020 2:33 PM  

> Hey JK, we'll publish you

If her later books are any indication, she doesn't take well to editting.

Blogger maniacprovost June 16, 2020 2:55 PM  

The Castalia Library edition of Harry Potter is identical to the current edition, with one additional scene in Book 4:
"As a white Anglo-Saxon Protestant," said Hermione, "I can't in good conscience condone trans rights."
Dumbledore replied, "As a heterosexual man, I have little interest in the issue."
"Blimey," said Harry, "Why are you talking about something besides me?"

Blogger Macs June 16, 2020 3:34 PM  

Hope she stays firm on this, the trans kids movement needs to be stopped immediately, too many jilted ex-wives are learning it's another great way to inflict torment on the father.

Blogger Franz Lyonheart June 16, 2020 3:54 PM  

I share the sentiment. I always despised the daft Harry Potter craze. But I'm almost ready to purchase and read it now. (Maybe just purchase, but not read anyway....)

Blogger Bellomy June 16, 2020 4:08 PM  


I don't like Rowling and am not rooting for her, but she was working as a teacher when she wrote HP. She wasn't on welfare at the time.

Blogger VFM Bear June 16, 2020 4:17 PM  

No, that's not a rocket in my pocket.

It's just my schadenboner.

Blogger Avalanche June 16, 2020 4:27 PM  

@26 Roman Polanski, the award winning cineast, beacause of #metoo accusations in his past.

He DID drug and rape a 13-yr-old.... you making light of a pedo?

Blogger Terrific June 16, 2020 4:36 PM  

And here the left thought their little corner of sanity would always be protected because OBVIOUSLY it's correct to think this way!

So why is she still with that publisher? She needs to be canceled.

Blogger Crew June 16, 2020 4:38 PM  

OK, in honor of JK Rowling I will go out and buy another of Tom Kratman's books!

That seems fair.

Blogger Nihil Dicit June 16, 2020 4:47 PM  

@57 - "She began a teacher training course in August 1995 at the Moray House School of Education, at Edinburgh University, after completing her first novel while living on state benefits."

Blogger Terrific June 16, 2020 4:48 PM  

Robespierre when proudly to the guillotine, still believing in righteousness of the Terror.

Blogger Nihil Dicit June 16, 2020 5:09 PM  

By the way somethin', is there anywhere to get a bet down on the next SJW "controversy"? I want to put some money on 'Forcing the Texas Rangers to change their name'.

Blogger weka June 16, 2020 5:46 PM  

Embrace the power of the Venn diagram. The intersection between the two groups is larger than the woke will admit.

Blogger weka June 16, 2020 5:48 PM  

Is anything more gamma than Harry Potter?
Charles Stross's Laundry series.

Blogger Canada78Bear June 16, 2020 5:58 PM  

Castalia should actually post an invite to publish her in the future to her Twitter.

Even better would be a campaign involving existing authors to all retweet the invitation (like Milo).

High visibility but SWJ's would go insane.

Blogger Zeroh Tollrants June 16, 2020 6:09 PM  

This is merely the reaping of what was sown.

Blogger tublecane June 16, 2020 6:49 PM  

@16- From what I can tell, Rowling is feminine and attractive. Certainly more feminine and attractive than necessary for an authoress. That no doubt forms part of her social standing in her mind. It's what's keeping her from falling into the abyss of social justice.

If feminism is cancer, then pretty, feminist moms who don't want She-Hulks with man-parts being called women are the more benign forms of cancer. Ones with low fatality rates.

Why should a woman like Rowling pretend to be on the level of hags and homos and freaks? (In private she may be as freakish as any; I wouldn't know. But her public image is normal enough.) All of God, nature, and human history speak against it.

Then again, Current Year speaks against all human history, nature, and God.

Blogger Jpc June 16, 2020 6:50 PM  

Put in those terms.
You have to believe that they don't understand what is real injustice.
Pathetic cowardly virtue signalers.

Blogger tublecane June 16, 2020 6:52 PM  

"threatened to down tools"

This makes it sound like men with necks as thick as their heads and giant wrenches slung over their shoulders stood athwart the production line.

In reality, this was probably a bunch of H.R. Karen-types who could be replaced with empty space.

Blogger Seeingsights June 16, 2020 7:35 PM  

I don't care for J.K. Rowling.

'J.K. Rowling has often announced her solidarity with Middle-Eastern refugees on twitter. She is a well-known advocate of open borders and often stated, that Europe has the duty to give every single one of these refugees from all over the middle east, rarely warzones, asylum and welfare. Everyone who represented a different opinion was viciously attacked by her, and she is not alone. Many other multi-millionaires and billionaires seem to be fond of virtue-signaling about refugees. Since she is a sheltered member of the rich elite, we think that it is time for her to show some true solidarity. J.K. Rowling has 18 spare bedrooms in her mansions in Britain and could easily give 18 refugees a long-time housing, not to mention the space available on her giant property to erect refugee shelters. '

Blogger Amethyst Dominica June 16, 2020 7:36 PM  

I knew a fan artist who was a huge Harry Potter fan and had a mailing list with 50000 names on it. She was also a Young Earth Creationist. When she heard that Dumbledore was gay, she nuked her entire site from orbit and said she wouldn't have a part in promoting sodomy. This is the kind of resolve that Rowling herself will need to have if she wants to keep the genderfreaks and Gamma Gestapo from overrunning her work. They're going to give her a hell of a struggle session and will try to convince her that she's personally strangling small non-binary children if she continues to spout her heresy. They'll also declare her persona non-grata and threaten to sweep her and her work out of the public sphere, much like at the end of the Chernobyl miniseries, where the head of the KGB threatens to memory hole Legasov and attribute his work to others, because he dared tell the public about the flaws in the Soviet nuclear program.

Blogger nswhorse June 16, 2020 7:40 PM  

So Hachette were fine with Polanski being a fugitive pedophile, but jumped on the #metoo bandwagon? Figures.

Blogger tuberman June 16, 2020 8:31 PM  

61. Crew

"OK, in honor of JK Rowling I will go out and buy another of Tom Kratman's books!"

Tom's amusing. Even as he rants almost too much about some PC areas, he turns about and virtue-signals in other areas. We know why, so this is not an attack. I do enjoy his books, but they have issues.

Blogger Gallant June 16, 2020 9:17 PM  

Publishers are happy to virtue signal against small fish; but I'm guessing JK Rowlings isn't a cash cow one casually kicks over to a competitor. Her next book is probably worth the salaries of every SJW protesting, plus their worthless communications degrees. And she's probably already pre-sold the movie rights to anything she fills with words and calls a book.

Blogger Laconic June 16, 2020 10:53 PM  

Honestly maybe she is getting what she deserves. So many kids read HP. Pushing magic on kids is really dumb. Really really dumb

Blogger Ahuehuete June 16, 2020 11:00 PM  

I wonder how much Universal Studios spent on building "Harry Potter Lands" in their Orlando and Hollywood theme parks? What will they do if the SJWs demand they tear them down?

Meanwhile, BLM is demanding that Disney re-theme its theme park ride, Splash Mountain, to some dud movie they made about a black girl in New Orleans.

Blogger ScottC June 17, 2020 12:31 AM  

If feminism is cancer, then pretty, feminist moms who don't want She-Hulks with man-parts being called women are the more benign forms of cancer.

It was the "pretty" feminists like Gloria Steinem who paved the way for transgenderism. Feminists resented motherhood as a woman's primary purpose in life from the very beginning, but didn't make it the central plank in their platform until Betty Friedan's "Feminine Mystique" whose ideas the 60s feminists got on board with and pushed into the cultural mainstream. Feminists have been complaining that women aren't "baby machines" for decades, but are whatever they choose to be, meaning that womanhood is defined by the individual woman and not by God, nature, society, or some force outside her will.

If it was shameful for women not to focus on motherhood from an early age like they do in traditional communities, then transgenderism would be a practical impossibility. A man could still put a dress on and impersonate a female, but he would be under the same pressures as other women to procreate and mother children. The only way he could do that is by adopting someone else's kids. Hardly anyone would transition under those circumstances because the burden of being a social outcast and having to provide for someone else's offspring would be too much to bear.

JK Rowling was (I think) a young mother, but Rowling would the first to howl "baby machine" if someone said that motherhood is a norm and that anything that distracts from that - like a career as a novelist - should be discouraged. Basically, she wants to have her cake and eat it too. Women like her want the liberty of being able to define for themselves what a woman's path should be, but she doesn't want to live with the consequences of that idea.

Blogger Wanderor June 17, 2020 12:43 AM  

@52 - AFAIK, Alpenwolf isn't publishing other developers like how Castalia House publishes authors besides Vox. Hence my question.

Blogger Bunnyknows June 17, 2020 1:27 AM  

I agree. She made this mess by trying to appease the outrage mobs. She made one of her most popular characters retroactively gay,(even though there was no hint of it in seven books) well after her series was finished and the books were sold. She then wrote more movies and movies with gay lead characters but that wasn't good enough for the gay mob. JK was scolded in reviews for not showing blatant homosexuality in a family film. I wasn't shocked to see them eat her alive over her support of a friend who was fired for saying that men can't be women and women can't turn into men. She also tried to say Hermione was black. It's such a sad joke.

Blogger tublecane June 17, 2020 3:08 AM  

@79- Trojan horses are worse than full armies if your city walls are still standing. But now that they have fallen, I worry more about the rampaging soldiers than the empty gift.

You're right, in that we never would've gotten to this point without misleading spokespeople to front the psy-op. Same way they pulled Tom Hanks to star as an AIDS patient before hitting us with drag queens reading to children.

However, the latter are worse. And your average mentally unwell hag feminist is worse than a feminist who bothers to fit in with the Old Ways occasionally (having babies, looking presentable, recognizing only women as women).

Blogger Arthur Isaac June 17, 2020 11:39 AM  

With fans like that we don't need book burners.

Blogger Arthur Isaac June 17, 2020 12:40 PM  

@Nihil Dicit. Tear down the Alamo. Taliban Mt Rushmore.

Blogger Sweet One June 18, 2020 12:30 AM  

"She also tried to say Hermione was black. It's such a sad joke."

This was when "The Cursed Child" stageplay was produced, and a Black actress was cast as the adult Hermione. Lots of fans objected to this (I assume) for the simple reason that Hermione is not Black. JK blasted them all as "racists", the same as when the producer of the Dark Tower movie blasted fans who disagreed with a Black Roland. (Roland, BTW is specifically described as being White in the DT books, and his whiteness plays an role in the second voleume). Rowling cited a certain passage in which she described Hermione's hair as "frizzy", as supposed justification for her being blackwashed, but it is obvious that this was SJWism through and through. Either Hermione was really Black, in which case Emma Watson was miscast, or she wasn't, in which "The Cursed Child" got it wrong. The fans whom she condemned as racists, I imagine, were shocked, as most of them were probably fellow leftists and comitted Trump-haters just like JK herself. They probably were shocked at being so labeled. I seriously don't think a decade ago that saying a character isn't Black becuase they aren't was considered racism; meaning of course, that the definition of what's racist has expanded since.

If a Black character, say, Marvel comics' Blade, were played by a White man, well, they just wouldn't be Blade. Some have pointed this out, but to no avail, of course.

Blogger hv July 01, 2020 2:08 AM  

people should read J.K.Rowling's post where she explains her reasoning behind her views on gender and sex:

It seems her main motivation is that she is a strident feminist and wants to protect women from "rapey" trans-men. Because she apparently suffered domestic and sexual violence in her first marriage by her husband. She also worries about that there is increased misogyny and sexism in the world today, and this may be partly what is motivating many females from now wanting to identify as male.

Basically, her whole thesis and viewpoint is based on the radically feminist notion that men are very violent and bad and oppressing women, and that "trans-rights" are simply a vehicle for men with bad intent to hurt women.

I don't see much defense in her post or thinking about the notion that biological sex differences between men and women are real and non-trivial. If she really does believe that, there is no way she could identify as a feminist. Because today's feminism denies such a thing.. and if you believe there are sex differences between men and women, you cannot support demands in equal outcomes for men and women.

Blogger Happy Camper July 17, 2020 5:25 PM  

Ah, well, she's a big lefty, now the outrage mob is turning on her.

Men aren't women,women aren't men, period.

You cannot change your sex.

I cannot stand transsexuals and am sick and tired of hearing about them.

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