Sex and the City star performed by JK Rowling as transgender comments ‘painful felt’

Cynthia Nixon has spoken out about JK Rowling’s comments about the trans community and said it felt “really painful” for her transgender son.

The 54-year-old star of Sex and the City has admitted that he is confused about where the Harry Potter writer is coming from.

Talking with The Independent, Cynthia said that despite what Rowling said, her transgender son, Samuel, would still watch Harry Potter’s films with her, as they are huge fans of both films.

When Rowling made this comment, Cynthia admitted that it was difficult for her and Samuel not to take her personally after the trip.

Cynthia Nixon has a transgender son, Samuel

He said: “It was really painful for her because a lot of her childhood was associated with Harry Potter. We are a Harry Potter family.”

Cynthia, who lives in Manhattan, said Rowling’s remarks contradict her stories.

The actress, who played the role of Miranda Hobbs on HBO’s Sex and the City, said: “The books seem to be about championing people who are different, so for them to choose a group of people who are clear Forms are different and deny their existence, it’s just … it’s really shocking. I know she thinks she stands for feminism, but I don’t get it. “

JK Rowling created bottlenecks due to her transgender comments

Cynthia acknowledges that her and Samuel have not diminished their enjoyment of Harry Potter, saying that they are able to separate stories from the author.

She continued: “Samuel has a friend here right now who’s never seen a movie, so we’re really one of them all. We’re at number six.”

Cynthia that Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe made the correct comment in his statement against Rowling shortly after his remarks.

He said: “The thing he tried to tell people was that if you are as a person of a queue or as a non-qualified person these stories have found a home, please call it Don’t let yourself get carried away. ” Still your stories. “

Cynthia Nixon found Rowling’s comments “painful”

JK made headlines in June when he responded to an opinion piece that used the terminology “people who take menstruation.”

JK tweeted in response: “I’m sure there used to be a word for those people. Somebody help me. Womben? Wimpund? Womood?”

She continued: “If sex is not real, then same-sex attraction is not there. If sex is not real, then the living reality of women on the world stage disappears.

“I know and love trans people, but erasing the concept of sex takes away many people’s ability to meaningfully discuss their lives. It’s not hate to tell the truth.”

Rowling later said that she felt that “every person has the right to live in any way that feels authentic and comfortable for them.”

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