J.K. Rowling single-handedly took on the stereotypical “liberal male” on Twitter after a user called British Prime Minister Theresa May a “whore.”
The famous British author of the “Harry Potter” series fired off a series of 14 absolute tweets in invulnerability of all women after a man she once reputable used the scornful outline to report the politician.
“If you can’t remonstrate with a lady but reaching for all those dirty old insults, screw you and your politics,” she wrote.
“I’m sick of ‘liberal’ men whose facade slips every time a lady displeases them, who strech immediately for wanton and degrading difference compared with femaleness, act like old-school misogynists and then preen themselves as yet they’ve been brave,” the 51-year-old continued.
I’m sick of ‘liberal’ men whose facade slips every time a lady displeases them, who strech immediately for wanton and degrading difference 3/14
— J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) Jun 9, 2017
Rowling’s invulnerability of May came after the Prime Minister called for a snap election on Friday and lost. However, she still stays in energy after she struck a understanding with the Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist Party, which will concede her to form a new supervision and stay in control by a slim majority.
“Every lady we know who has dared demonstrate an opinion publically has endured this kind of abuse at slightest once, secure in an apparent integrity to disparage or dominate her on the basement that she is female,” Rowling continued, adding that “femaleness is not a pattern flaw.”
The self-declared feminist was even so confidant to review “Mr Liberal Cool Guy” to the same form of man that would send a lady “violent racy images.”
“If your evident response to a lady who displeases you is to call her a synonym for her vulva, or review her to a prostitute, then dump the fake and own it: you’re not a liberal,” Rowling continued.
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Rowling — an outspoken derogator of the President of the United States, Donald Trump — is an England local who now resides in Edinburgh, Scotland.
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