Time for yet another installment of Harry Potter and the Cursed Franchise.
In an address to the Russian public, Putin said that the country of Russia and its culture are being “canceled” by Western forces.
Even if Rowling didn't work on this game, everything eyebrow-raising in the series came from one source.
Rowling's latest comment ignores the devastatingly high level of violence perpetrated against trans people.
It's pretty riddikulus.
Everyone from J.K. Rowling to Noam Chomsky agrees that open debate is good, and they signed an open letter to say so.
When I got my Harry Potter tattoo, I made the gamble that I'd never be embarrassed by my love of the series. Now, I and thousands of other people who got the same tattoo as I did are trying to figure out how to cover it up.
It's not just her blatant transphobia on Twitter. As the trans community has been saying for years, Rowling's transphobia is obvious in her writing, too.
The author is supporting a woman's legal battle for her right to express anti-trans hate speech.
Harry needs your credit card number, the three numbers on the back, as well as the expiration month and year.
The inclusion of Nagini, Leta Lestrange, and Yusuf Kama in the Harry Potter universe is not exactly a triumph for diversity.