Nearly 100 Actresses Say ‘No’ To Play That Criticizes J.K. Rowling For Her Trans Beliefs

Nearly 100 Actresses Say ‘No’ To Play That Criticizes J.K. Rowling For Her Trans Beliefs

Producers are having trouble finding actresses willing to participate in an upcoming play that derides “Harry Potter” author J.K. Rowling over her stances on transgenderism. 

According to Red State, nearly 100 aspiring actresses have said “no” to an offer to appear in the play, titled “TERF” (Trans Exclusionary Radical Feminist). 

“This project has met some kind of resistance every step of the way, though I’ve been generally surprised by how difficult it has been for us to recruit the female cast in particular,” creative producer Barry Church-Woods told the Telegraph.

“I think it’s fair to say that a few things are coming into play in casting.”

For background, the fictional play includes an intervention by “Harry Potter” stars Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, and Rupert Grint in an attempt to get Rowling to change her views.

Clearly, the women rejecting a role in the play have made a statement: they agree with and support J.K. Rowling.

While Rowling is one of the few public figures brave enough to voice her criticisms of trans issues, there’s a notable but silent majority who share her concerns.

As hard as it is for the entertainment industry to realize, they are in the minority. We saw from the backlash of Bud Light, Target, and Disney last year just how the masses – silently – feel about celebrating those who have “transitioned.”

Rowling is arguably the leading voice of opposition against normalizing gender appropriation, which transgenderism so clearly is. 

She is not a bigot, as the play suggests. She’s concerned about the impact gender transition will have on those who believe the idea is safe and sane. 

Transgenderism shouldn’t be political. It’s a precursor to physical and mental destruction. Transgenderism is the most evil movement of this generation. 

Despite commonly found depictions of her commentary, trans people are not the focus of Rowling’s criticism. The people promoting the trans movement are.

“Celebs who cozied up to a movement intent on eroding women’s hard-won rights and who used their platforms to cheer on the transitioning of minors can save their apologies for traumatised detransitioners and vulnerable women reliant on single-sex spaces,” Rowling posted on X in April.

Readers of OutKick are familiar with that perspective. 

We’ve warned for well over a year that trans people have been exploited, they’ve been exploited by groups like the HRC, GLAAD, and faux-sympathetic public figures – all of whom try to raise their social and financial standing by pretending to support trans people. 

Trans people are often pawns who don’t realize it until they’ve experienced profound regret or attempted suicide – the latter of which more than 40% in the U.S. have, according to a recent UCLA poll.

No wonder J.K. Rowling’s feelings are the subject of an entire play. She’s a threat. She dares to expose the entire ruse.

Props to all of the actresses refusing to partake in what is sure to be a propagandistic play that further downplays the obvious dangers of transgenderism.