Robbie Coltrane is the latest cast member of the “Harry Potter” film franchise to comment on JK Rowling’s recent comments about the trans community.
Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint and Eddie Redmayne have all voiced their opinions on Rowling’s controversial statements. In June the bestselling author posted an article mocking an article urging the authors to use the word “woman”, “in reference to menstruating menstruation”.
“If sex is not real, then the living reality of women on the world stage is erased,” “Harry Potter” scribe also wrote in an essay. “I know and love people, but erasing the concept of sex kills the ability of many. Discuss their lives in a meaningful way. It’s not hate to tell the truth.”
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Now, Coltrane is jumping to protect Rawlings and, in the process, the Hagrid artist is sloganeering the “Twitter generation” for constantly committing crimes on social media.
“I don’t think what he said was really objectionable,” Coltrane said in an interview with Radio Times, as reported by NME and Yahoo! Britain. “I don’t know, but there’s an entire Twitter generation of people waiting to get offended.”
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“They wouldn’t have won the war, would they?” Added the 70-year-old actor. “I’m talking like a grumpy old man, but you just think, ‘Oh, get a grip on yourself. Be wise, stand upright and move on.”
Coltrane said he wanted to join it because of “all the hate mail and all that — which I don’t need at the time of my life.”
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Rowling’s comments prompted some “Harry Potter” stars to speak. Rupert Grint, who played Ron Weasley, previously said in a statement given by Fox News, “I stand firmly with the trans community and echo the sentiments expressed by many of my peers. Trans women are women . Trans men are men. We all are. We are entitled to live with love and without judgment. ”
Daniel Radcliffe, who played the titular character, and Emma Watson, who played the role of Hermoine Granger, also expressed their support for the transgender community.
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“Transgender women are women. Any statement to the contrary erodes the identity and dignity of transgender people and goes against all the advice given by professional health care associations, who have far more on this subject than Joe or I Expertise is, ”Rediffe, 30, wrote in an essay published online.
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Rowling’s latest book, “Trouble Blood,” has since come under fire in early reviews by critics. Some said that the story – which revolves around a detective who hunts down a CIS male serial killer who dresses like a woman to murder other women – is stereotyped about trans people Describes being violent and unstable, in fact, studies show that people are common victims of harassment and murder.
In his review in The Telegraph on Sunday, Jake Kerridge wrote, “A miracle is that critics of Rowling’s stance on trans issues will produce a book that seems to be ethical: a man in a costume ever Do not trust me. ”
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The plot of the book is called the villain “a transvestite serial killer” who is different from transgender. Transvestite is considered a derogatory term for cross-dressing, while transgender is “used to describe people whose gender identity differs from the gender assigned to them. Birth,” according to GLAAD.
Fox News’ Jessica Napoli contributed to this report.