This is false. Abortion rights were reverted to the states not “taken away” and what happened in most US states is that the laws became more in line with European abortion which is far less barbaric in terms of what can be done to unborn children. But this jab at Rowling for not freaking out about something that really doesn’t take away their right highlights exactly why Rowling is essentially right and your position is wrong. Females alone can get pregnant, which obviously means that abortion as an issue applies mostly to females (it also applies to the unborn which are both male and female and impacts the lives of males who engage in reproductive sex). Feminism is designed to create greater equality between men and women, but when gender was introduced as a concept (which is relatively recent and not exactly a “scientific discovery”) the whole point was to deconstruct sex. But sex really can’t be deconstructed, sure societal roles can be, but sex itself cannot. It’s just there, it’s unavoidable (except in the case of intersex which almost never coincides with transgender identity). Which is why queer theory was introduced etc, and queer theory (as you hopefully know) is really supposed to destroy all of this to the point where we can’t even talk about it coherently. If the initial insight of feminism was correct then abortion rights and essentially every female issue exclude biological males who identify as women. By forcing them into one category it’s obvious that one group is getting intersectional privilege from the biologically real group. And the irony is that it’s disproportionately white people who are engaging in this. So yes Rowling is right, and repeating the mantra that sex and gender are different only highlights that she is right. Because sex is what really impacts the lives of “women” and gender isn’t real, that’s the whole point of introducing the concept of gender to deconstruct what society does with sex. I understand that when a biological male wants to be a biological female it can cause lots of frustration and pain but any solution to that shouldn’t impact biological females, especially if you’re going to use an intersectional analysis of life. That clearly will and does privilege biological males over biological females in sports, and even in the fact that they can’t get pregnant because that’s the main source of inequality between the sexes. Rowling is right. This revolution is privileging males over females, and future generations will see that. Revolutions historically speaking almost always privilege the privileged and harm the lowest classes in society, because the only way to engage a revolution is to have some measure privilege. The bourgeoisie never the proletariat start revolutions and then the proletariat suffer while the bourgeoisie benefit. That’s what is happening here, and Rowling is standing against it.