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Ricky Gervais attempts to clear the air over trans tweet backlash before hosting Golden Globes

Comedian and Golden Globes host Ricky Gervais has attempted to address the controversy over his anti-trans Twitter rant in support of Harry Potter author JK Rowling last month. Gervais faced calls to step down as the host of the 2020 Golden Globe Awards after he sided with Rowling as she aligned herself with a woman who pursued legal action to have “gender-critical views” protected under the UK Equalities Act. In a series of offensive tweets, he claimed that those opposed to her had “created a dogma with its own blasphemy laws.” He...
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Lorraine Kelly epically shut down Sharron Davies after former Olympian compared drag to blackface

Queen of daytime TV and Drag Race UK guest host Lorraine Kelly has come out swinging in defence of the gays, in response to Sharron Davies’ comments about being “fed up” of drag and comparing it to blackface. Lorraine shut down former Olympic swimmer Davies after she tweeted, “Am I the only person fed up of drag shows? A parody of what a real woman is, like black face.” Apparently without irony, Davies went on to offer her own caricature of what it is to be a woman: “Woman are...
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Indya Moore and Patricia Arquette join growing condemnation of JK Rowling’s ‘transphobia’

A growing list of public figures and celebrities are adding their voices in condemnation of latest ‘anti-trans’ tweet from Harry Potter author JK Rowling. Yesterday JK Rowling voiced her support for a woman named Maya Forstater who pursued legal action to have “gender-critical views” protected under the UK Equalities Act. Judge James Tayler ruled that anti-trans or gender critical views are not a protected characteristic, adding that such views are “not worthy of respect in a democratic society” and that they conflict with the fundamental human rights of others. After the ruling...
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Star Wars’ Mark Hamill offers swift and sincere apology for liking JK Rowling’s ‘transphobic’ tweet

Star Wars‘ actor Mark Hamill has issued a sincere apology for liking a ‘transphobic’ tweet from J.K. Rowling after a fan contacted him seeking an explanation. Yesterday, Harry Potter author Rowling voiced her support for a woman who pursued legal action to have “gender-critical views” protected under the UK Equalities Act. Judge James Tayler ruled that anti-trans or gender critical views are not a protected characteristic, adding that such views are “not worthy of respect in a democratic society” and that they conflict with the fundamental human rights of others....
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