Conservative commentator and Blexit movement leader Candace Owens voiced support for “Harry Potter” author J.K. Rowling, who announced she’s returning her Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights award after the organization’s president denounced her for believing that gender is determined by birth.
Feminists should defend Rowling because she “refuses to pretend that biological men can be women” and won’t give in to “a mob of men,” Owens tweeted Friday:
This week in transgender delusions—@jk_rowling has been bullied into returning a humanitarian award bc she refuses to pretend that biological men can be women. Essentially, a mob of men just forced a woman into submission.
Dear Feminism—where you at?
“Only Maxist psychopaths believe” it’s “hateful” to say that only women can give birth, menstruate, or have miscarriages,” Owens followed up in her next post:
ONLY WOMEN CAN GIVE BIRTH
ONLY WOMEN CAN MENSTRUATE
ONLY WOMEN CAN HAVE MISCARRIAGES
ONLY MARXIST PSYCHOPATHS BELIEVE ANY OF THE ABOVE STATEMENTS ARE “HATEFUL”.
In addition to her belief that self-designated gender diminishes womanhood, Rowling has also objected to the use of “people who menstruate” to label biological women, The Daily Mail reports:
Rowling sparked controversy in June for tweeting about the use of the phrase 'people who menstruate' instead of women.
'I'm sure there used to be a word for those people. Someone help me out. Wumben? Wimpund? Woomud?', she wrote.
Owens’ Blexit movement seeks to introduce conservative values into urban communities.