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J.K. Rowling Reveals Cut 'Harry Potter' Scene—'Too Graphic'

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Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling has joked she was forced to remove a scene from one of the books in the series because is was "too graphic."The popular books established Rowling as a household name and resulted in her being one of the wealthiest people in the United Kingdom.

However, she has gained notoriety in more recent years for expressing her contentious opinions on transgender people, which some LGBTQ+ activists have labeled as "transphobic," a claim Rowling has always refuted.Now she has responded to a comment from someone who referred to her as "Voldemort," who is the main villain in the Harry Potter stories.Taking to X, formerly Twitter, Rowling shared a screenshot of a comment that read: "It all makes sense if you realize she's Voldemort not Harry Potter."The author added: "My editor actually made me cut a scene in which Voldemort misgendered a pixie.

Too graphic."At the time of writing it had been viewed 965,300 times.In the post, Rowling is making light of the topic of transgender issues and gender identity with her post.Newsweek emailed Bloomsbury, which published the Harry Potter books, for comment Tuesday, and a spokesperson for Rowling declined to comment.This post comes amid Rowling's ongoing controversy regarding her views on transgender issues, a stance that has significantly polarized her audience and former Harry Potter cast members.

She also previously made headlines for deliberately labeling someone by the incorrect gender.My editor actually made me cut a scene in which Voldemort misgendered a pixie.

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