A post recently published by the British writer Joan Rowling on Twitter, in which she was considered by many to offend transgender people, continues to be actively discussed on the net.
Harry Radter movie star Daniel Radcliffe has already supported transgender people, a 30-year-old colleague Emma Watson has joined him.
Yesterday, she turned to her fans on Twitter, and although she did not mention Rowling and her publication, it is evident that this was a response to the writer's post.
Transgender people are who they consider themselves to be. They deserve to live their own lives without being questioned continuously or asserted that they are not who they think themselves to be.
“I want my transgender followers to know that I, as well as many other people around the world, see them, respect, and love them for who they are,” she wrote.