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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page

It's almost symbolic in the face of recent events.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page It's almost symbolic in the face of recent events.

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One of my favorite YouTubers made a post disowning JKR, and I told him the other day I would no longer support his channel, that anyone who was remotely paying attention could see that genderism is sexist and homophobic, and that when this shit blows over, people like him are going to have egg on their faces.

They will all be pretending they supported JKR all along, but we know the truth.

On Wikipedia! WTF???? Wikipedia is a full on woke platform...did they ingest an anti-woke spore this morning?

This is actually a neutral, almost sympathetic blurb!

Yeah the section on "Transgender people" actually seems to represent her views. I think it's a bit suspect that there's a list of specific people/organisations who have criticised her but just says 'some performers and feminists have supported her', but honestly it's just relieving to see some accuracy and citations.

Holy smokers! A seemingly positive (or at least neutral) article about J K Rowling on the Internet, not on a feminist site. It does the heart some much-needed good!

Well that didn't last long. Cowards.

[–] Lipsy #bornnotworn 1 points

It's a daily, usually "This Day In History"-type feature. I think it rolls over to the next day at UTC+0 (Greenwich winter mean time).

As another poster noted above, HP and the Philosopher's Stone came out 25 years ago yesterday (June 26).
The feature before that was The Thing, a movie released June 25, 1982.
Etc.