Entertainment Rowling reveals past abuse, defends right to speak on trans issues
Author J.K. Rowling has defended her right to speak about trans issues without fear of abuse in a personal essay in which she explained the complex reasons for her interest in the subject, revealing painful details from her past. Edward Baran reports.
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