SJWs Target J.K. Rowling for Not Making Sirius Black Gay
You'd think the gay community would worship "Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling.
She's not only a first-rate storyteller, but she retroactively dubbed key Potter player Albus Dumbledore as gay.
Yesterday, a fan named Ana Kovovic took to Twitter to query Rowling's decision, asking the author: "I wonder why you said that Dumbledore is a gay because I can't see him that way?"
Rowling's response? "Maybe because gay people just look like... people?"
She deemed Hogwarts, the school where Harry Potter and his chums studied, as a LGBT-friendly space for students of all ages. She even shared this on her Twitter account:
— J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) December 16, 2014
That was then. Now, Potter fans are aghast that Rowling refuses to make another critical character in the franchise gay.
Gay rights proponents insisted Sirius Black, memorably played by Gary Oldman in several "Potter" films, is a homosexual.
Only Rowling seemed to suggest that wasn't the case. This is her world, and she sets the rules.
That wasn't good enough. Social media activists decried the news. Suddenly, goodwill toward the LGBT community disappeared.
The hashtag #JKRowlingIsOverParty took over. Some defended Rowling, while others excoriated her for not deeming Sirius Black gay. The author shouldn't be surprised. Not even the most liberal stars are immune to the Social Justice Warriors of late.
Next page: Find out which other stars have been targeted by the SJWs.