From what I read elsewhere her new book isn't even inspired by TRAs but by a fandom, possibly Steven Universe.

Well, from what I heard, in her new book, a woman is murdered by "fans". There's bound to be similarities.

I personally do wonder why they don't feel called out by Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, where everyone starts hating Harry because he speaks Parsel, and someone construed that to mean that he is the Heir of Slytherin. (They seem to finally have caught on to the fact that Rowling made her opinion on men in women's spaces clear in the scene where a boy who invaded a girl toilet murders a girl who caught him doing so)

Or why they don't realize that Dolores Umbridge is a representation of each and any TIM who tries to appear cutesy by surrounding himself with kittens, while actually being a violent dictator who fantasizes about torturing people. That whole Umbridge plot is such an accurate prediction of how the trans craze is playing out ... instead of Voldy being back, it's the patriarchy being back, but that's really the only difference.

Let's hope the Woman Who Was Not Cancelled will save us all, like Harry saved everyone in the book series.