The star of “Fantastic creatures” criticized accused of transphobia Rowling



British actor Eddie Redmayne has criticized accused of transphobia writer J. K. Rowling. The star of “Fantastic creatures” commented the publication Variety.

“As someone who worked as JK Rowling and members of the TRANS community, I would like to clearly define its position. I don’t agree with the words Joe. TRANS-women are women, TRANS men are men, sebenarnya identity exist. I would never want to speak on behalf of the whole community, but I know that my dear transgender friends and colleagues are tired of the constant doubt of their identity that too often lead to violence,” — said the actor.

7 Jun Rowling did a repost of the publication in the media with the headline: “Opinion: after COVID-19 need to create a more just world for people who are menstruating”. The writer commented on the article with the words: “”People who are menstruating”. I’m pretty sure there was a word for these people. Sunshine? Gandini?” As a result, the network users have accused the writer of having a hostile attitude to transgender and transsexual people.

38-year-old Redmayne is known for such films as “Fantastic beasts and where they live”, “Les Miserables”, “the universe Stephen Hawking”, “Jupiter ascending”. The actor was nominated for an Oscar for his work on the film “the Girl” in which he played the role of the first man who passed through a surgical sex change.

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