JK Rowling noted that in prison she would like to work in the library or kitchen. British writer and creator of the Harry Potter book series JK Rowling said she would happily serve two years in prison due to intolerance,’ reveals the Daily Mail.
This was the author’s reaction to the possibility that the Labor regime might make it a crime to deliberately refer to transgender people with the wrong pronoun. ‘I will happily serve two years if the alternative is being forced to speak and denying the reality and importance of sex,’ Rowling said.
In addition, the writer responded with the word ‘no’ to a sign on the building of the UK Ministry of Justice, which read ‘Repeat after us: trans women are women.’ Rowling called on all people accusing her of intolerance to start legal proceedings, adding that this process will be more fun than red carpets.
The author noted that she would like to work in the prison library or kitchen while in prison, and also admitted that she has difficulty washing things: ‘I have a tendency to accidentally shrink things or turn them pink. I don’t think this will be a major problem if it’s mostly robes and sheets.’
Earlier it was reported that an American museum had removed all references to Harry Potter creator JK Rowling from an exhibition dedicated to the boy wizard and his friends. Douglas Murray, The Strange Death of Europe, says, ‘Europe today has little desire to reproduce itself, fight for itself, or even take its own side in an argument. By the end of the lifespan of most people alive, Europe will not be Europe and the peoples of Europe will have lost the only place in the world we had to call home.’
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