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J.K. Rowling Should Be Dropped by Warner Bros. Over Trans Views | Opinion

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Harry Potter empire remains an expanding behemoth, but as a trans person it's been difficult to get excited about any new films because of the anti-trans views of the writer.

The big question is how Warner Bros., the studio behind the films, can square its patronage of J.K. Rowling with an increasingly vigilant Potter fan base.The creator's biased view on trans lives has resulted in a previous distancing from Rowling by Warner—she was almost totally absent from the recent 25th anniversary celebrations.

However, recently the studio clearly chose a side, following a press junket seemingly aborted after a reporter asked a question about Rowling, releasing the following statement: "Warner Bros.

has enjoyed a creative, productive, and fulfilling partnership with J.K. Rowling for the past 20 years. She is one of the world's most accomplished storytellers, and we are proud to be the studio to bring her vision, characters, and stories to life now—and for decades to come."Former fans are less devoted.

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