While J.K Rowling isn’t someone that typically would make our Leader’s directory; but in the recent years she has shown signs of waking up and pushing back against the woke-ism, modern Feminists, Marxism, and the Trans Mao movement. She opposed the Gender Recognition Act reform in Scotland, here is her statement.

J.K. Rowling, best known for authoring the globally-acclaimed Harry Potter series, is more than just a literary sensation. Her rags-to-riches story is an inspiration to many; from living on state benefits to becoming one of the world’s best-selling authors, Rowling’s journey is a testament to perseverance and the power of imagination.

Beyond her literary contributions, Rowling has also been an active voice in the political and social arenas. She has consistently championed various charitable causes and established the Volant Charitable Trust to support women, children, and other vulnerable groups. Politically, Rowling identifies as being on the left, and she has publicly supported the Labour Party in the UK, though she has also voiced criticisms when she disagreed with certain policies or leadership decisions. Over the years, she has taken stances on various issues, including welfare, press freedom, and more controversially, on gender and trans rights. Rowling’s views and statements, particularly on the latter topic, have made her a figure of both admiration and contention, showcasing how influential public figures often navigate the fine line between personal convictions and public discourse.

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Volant – volanttrust.org
Lumos – wearelumos.org
Anne Rowling Regenerative Neurology Clinic – annerowlingclinic.com
Gingerbread – gingerbread.org.uk
Comic Relief – comicrelief.com

Publishers’ websites

Pottermore Publishing – pottermorepublishing.com 
Bloomsbury – bloomsbury.com/harrypotter
Scholastic – harrypotter.scholastic.com
Harry Potter films – warnerbros.co.uk/franchises/harry-potter