J.K. Rowling And Matt Walsh Feud Over Trans Activists Attacks, Make Up Through Gender Identity Theory

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“Harry Potter” author J.K. Rowling and “What Is a Woman” filmmaker Matt Walsh got into a Twitter fight about Macy Gray, but found some common ground over standing up to the trans activists who have targeted them both. 

The social media spat began after Walsh went after singer Macy Gray, who told Piers Morgan that biological men aren’t women after undergoing gender reassignment surgery, then caved to woke backlash and walked back her position on Friday. 

She initially said “just because you go change your parts doesn’t make you a woman,” last week, then amended her statement days later in an apology interview on NBC’s “Today.” 

“Being a woman is a vibe and it’s something I’m very proud of and something that it is very precious to me,” Gray told host Hoda Kotb. “I think that if you in your heart feel that’s what you are, then that’s what you are regardless of what anybody says or thinks. I’ve learned a lot and I glad I did, because now I know.”

 

Walsh knocked the singer for walking back her comments. “Sorry but women who publicly renounce the definition of “woman” for fear of mean comments from trans activists deserve all the scorn they get. That kind of gutless cowardice is exactly what got us into this position in the first place,” he tweeted on Saturday. 

Rowling, who had been publicly attacked for her views on the definition of the word “woman,” jumped to Gray’s defense. 

“Endless death and rape threats, threats of loss of livelihood, employers targeted, physical harassment, family address posted online with picture of bomb-making manual aren’t ‘mean comments’. If you don’t yet understand what happens to women who stand up on this issue, back off,” she shot back. 

 

Walsh was quick to point out that he has been subjected to the same harassment after the recent release of his film.

“All of those things and then some have happened to me in the last month because of my film. But if I had backed down and crumbled to the trans activists, I’d deserve to be scorned for it. Cowardice is what empowers these people. Nothing will ever improve until people stop caving,” he reasoned

Walsh complimented the “courage” Rowling has shown while speaking out about gender identity. “But many people have simply caved to the demands of trans activists and completely surrendered truth and reality to them,” he added. “The cowards are also villains in this story. They need to be held accountable.” 

His praise was the olive branch Rowling seemed to need to acknowledge Walsh’s point of view, and she responded with a compliment of her own.  

“And your film did a good job exposing the incoherence of gender identity theory and some of the harms it’s done. Many institutions I used to admire have uncritically embraced this dogma, but I reserve my ire for them rather than shouting ‘coward’ at individual women,” the author wrote.

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