J. K. Rowling
Perth’s Rabble Books and Games said it was “trying not to put books by transphobes on the shelves.”
Two of the world's most beloved celebrities are facing reckonings that call into question the validity of their public personas.
Author writes lengthy response to criticism following controversial trans comments.
“Transgender women are women,” the Harry Potter actor wrote.
It all started when the "Harry Potter" author took issue with the phrase "people who menstruate.”
The Harry Potter author replied to culture secretary Oliver Dowden with an absolute zinger.
The comedian, who is set to host the Golden Globes next month, defended his initial remark as "a joke tweet to a spoof account."
The Harry Potter author's tweets in response to the ruling against Maya Forstater have not gone down well.
Wizarding World enthusiasts may want to check out these themed attractions, filming locations and J.K. Rowling haunts.
Could a new Potter film be in the works?