Comments for ‘Harry Potter’ Star Daniel Radcliffe Speaks out on J.K. Rowling’s Transphobic Tweets

Danielle Radcliffe & J.K. Rowling

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  1. Kevin H Jones

    To engage in any fantasy, it requires what is called, “a willing suspension of disbelief”. It is healthy to do this with entertainment. On the stage, for the sake of the story, I could beleive for a moment that Dandy Duncan was Peter Pan. It, however, is not healthy for society to encourage the willing suspension of disbelief in real life to the point that we are willing to accept and go along with the delusion of gender dysphoria. I do, deeply understand the attempts at being compassionate, but the truth is the truth, and when men try to be better women than women, it takes away from women.

  2. Susannah Ince

    Why would someone want to transgender if there was no sex? Transgendering doesn’t take that away, it solidifies it.

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