J. K. Rowling
For some fans, watching a new "Harry Potter" series would mean supporting author J.K. Rowling and her anti-trans views.
From J.K. Rowling to Woody Allen, "American Dirt" to "My Dark Vanessa," this year's publishing controversies reflected an industry in crisis.
The "Monty Python" star's professed support of J.K. Rowling, who has repeatedly expressed transphobic sentiments, backfired over the weekend.
Who knew she was "going to go all Mel Gibson on us?" he asked on "Saturday Night Live."
A controversial character in the author's new book may be minor, but what the character represents deserves to be called out, challenged and unpacked.
The author has faced backlash after a reviewer said the moral of her book “Troubled Blood” is to “never trust a man in a dress.”
Two of the world's most beloved celebrities are facing reckonings that call into question the validity of their public personas.
Anecdotes are not data, free speech is not under attack — and elite journalists should find something else to write about.
MuggleNet and The Leaky Cauldron issued a joint statement denouncing Rowling's "harmful and disproven beliefs" on trans people.
"I slapped JK and I’m not sorry" said the Sun headline, angering anti-domestic violence advocates.