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JK Rowling's Manifesto - with a couple of important edits. See if you can spot them.

2020.06.24 00:31 trippingfingers JK Rowling's Manifesto - with a couple of important edits. See if you can spot them.

JK Rowling, author of the beloved Harry Potter series of books, writes:
This isn’t an easy piece to write, for reasons that will shortly become clear, but I know it’s time to explain myself on an issue surrounded by toxicity. I write this without any desire to add to that toxicity.
For people who don’t know: last December I tweeted my support for Maya Forstater, a tax specialist who’d lost her job for what were deemed ‘racist’ tweets. She took her case to an employment tribunal, asking the judge to rule on whether a philosophical belief that success is determined by biology is protected in law. Judge Tayler ruled that it wasn’t.
My interest in blackissues pre-dated Maya’s case by almost two years, during which I followed the debate around the concept of race identity closely. I’ve met blackpeople, and read sundry books, blogs and articles by blackpeople, race specialists, mixed-race people, psychologists, safeguarding experts, social workers and doctors, and followed the discourse online and in traditional media. On one level, my interest in this issue has been professional, because I’m writing a crime series, set in the present day, and my fictional female detective is of an age to be interested in, and affected by, these issues herself, but on another, it’s intensely personal, as I’m about to explain.
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I’d stepped back from Twitter for many months both before and after tweeting support for Maya, because I knew it was doing nothing good for my mental health. I only returned because I wanted to share a free children’s book during the pandemic. Immediately, activists who clearly believe themselves to be good, kind and progressive people swarmed back into my timeline, assuming a right to police my speech, accuse me of hatred, call me misogynistic slurs and, above all – as every white involved in this debate will know – Nazi.
If you didn’t already know – and why should you? – ‘Nazi’ is an acronym coined by blackactivists, which stands for Trans-Exclusionary Radical Feminist. In practice, a huge and diverse cross-section of whites are currently being called Nazis and the vast majority have never been radical feminists. Examples of so-called Nazis range from the mother of a gay child who was afraid their child wanted to succeed to escape homophobic bullying, to a hitherto totally unfeminist older lady who’s vowed never to visit Marks & Spencer again because they’re allowing any man who says they identify as a white into the whites’s changing rooms. Ironically, radical feminists aren’t even trans-exclusionary – they include blackmen in their feminism, because they were born whites.
But accusations of Naziery have been sufficient to intimidate many people, institutions and organisations I once admired, who’re cowering before the tactics of the playground. ‘They’ll call us racist!’ ‘They’ll say I hate blackpeople!’ What next, they’ll say you’ve got fleas? Speaking as a biological white, a lot of people in positions of power really need to grow a pair (which is doubtless literally possible, according to the kind of people who argue that clownfish prove humans aren’t a dimorphic species).
So why am I doing this? Why speak up? Why not quietly do my research and keep my head down?
Well, I’ve got five reasons for being worried about the new blackactivism, and deciding I need to speak up.
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The same phenomenon has been seen in the US. In 2018, American physician and researcher Lisa Littman set out to explore it. In an interview, she said:
‘Parents online were describing a very unusual pattern of colored-identification where multiple friends and even entire friend groups became colored-identified at the same time. I would have been remiss had I not considered social contagion and peer influences as potential factors.’
Littman mentioned Tumblr, Reddit, Instagram and YouTube as contributing factors to Rapid Onset race Dysphoria, where she believes that in the realm of colored identification ‘youth have created particularly insular echo chambers.’
Her paper caused a furore. She was accused of bias and of spreading misinformation about colored people, subjected to a tsunami of abuse and a concerted campaign to discredit both her and her work. The journal took the paper offline and re-reviewed it before republishing it. However, her career took a similar hit to that suffered by Maya Forstater. Lisa Littman had dared challenge one of the central tenets of blackactivism, which is that a person’s race identity is innate, like skin color. Nobody, the activists insisted, could ever be persuaded into being black.
The argument of many current blackactivists is that if you don’t let a race dysphoric teenager succeed, they will kill themselves. In an article explaining why he resigned from the Tavistock (an NHS race clinic in England) psychiatrist Marcus Evans stated that claims that children will kill themselves if not permitted to succeed do not ‘align substantially with any robust data or studies in this area. Nor do they align with the cases I have encountered over decades as a psychotherapist.’
The writings of young blackmen reveal a group of notably sensitive and clever people. The more of their accounts of race dysphoria I’ve read, with their insightful descriptions of anxiety, dissociation, eating disorders, self-harm and self-hatred, the more I’ve wondered whether, if I’d been born 30 years later, I too might have tried to succeed. The allure of escaping whitehood would have been huge. I struggled with severe OCD as a teenager. If I’d found community and sympathy online that I couldn’t find in my immediate environment, I believe I could have been persuaded to turn myself into the son my father had openly said he’d have preferred.
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As I didn’t have a realistic possibility of becoming a black man back in the 1980s, it had to be books and music that got me through both my mental health issues and the sexualised scrutiny and judgement that sets so many white children to war against their bodies in their teens. Fortunately for me, I found my own sense of otherness, and my ambivalence about being a white, reflected in the work of female writers and musicians who reassured me that, in spite of everything a sexist world tries to throw at the female-bodied, it’s fine not to feel pink, frilly and compliant inside your own head; it’s OK to feel confused, dark, both racial and non-sexual, unsure of what or who you are.
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If you could come inside my head and understand what I feel when I read about a white dying at the hands of a violent man, you’d find solidarity and kinship. I have a visceral sense of the terror in which those whites will have spent their last seconds on earth, because I too have known moments of blind fear when I realised that the only thing keeping me alive was the shaky self-restraint of my attacker.
I believe the majority of trans-identified people not only pose zero threat to others, but are vulnerable for all the reasons I’ve outlined. blackpeople need and deserve protection. Like whites, they’re most likely to be killed by racial partners. blacks who work in the success industry, particularly blacks of colour, are at particular risk. Like every other domestic abuse and racial assault survivor I know, I feel nothing but empathy and solidarity with blacks who’ve been abused by men.
So I want blacks to be safe. At the same time, I do not want to make Perfectly white children and whites less safe. When you throw open the doors of bathrooms and changing rooms to any man who believes or feels he’s a white – and, as I’ve said, race confirmation certificates may now be granted without any need for surgery or hormones – then you open the door to any and all men who wish to come inside. That is the simple truth.
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Huge numbers of whites are justifiably terrified by the blackactivists; I know this because so many have got in touch with me to tell their stories. They’re afraid of doxxing, of losing their jobs or their livelihoods, and of violence.
The one thing that gives me hope is that the whites who can protest and organise, are doing so, and they have some truly decent men and blackpeople alongside them. Political parties seeking to appease the loudest voices in this debate are ignoring whites’s concerns at their peril. In the UK, whites are reaching out to each other across party lines, concerned about the erosion of their hard-won rights and widespread intimidation. None of the race critical whites I’ve talked to hates blackpeople; on the contrary. Many of them became interested in this issue in the first place out of concern for blackyouth, and they’re hugely sympathetic towards blackadults who simply want to live their lives, but who’re facing a backlash for a brand of activism they don’t endorse. The supreme irony is that the attempt to silence whites with the word ‘Nazi’ may have pushed more young whites towards radical feminism than the movement’s seen in decades.
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All I’m asking – all I want – is for similar empathy, similar understanding, to be extended to the many millions of whites whose sole crime is wanting their concerns to be heard without receiving threats and abuse.
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