Hammill explains that he likes the Rowling tweet

Mark Hamill from “Star Wars” apparently declares himself after him please a recent post by Harry Potter author JK Rowling.

Rowling recently responded to a tweet in which India Willoughby, a natural male, whose Twitter profile absurdly includes the descriptions “Trans Newsreader/Loose Woman” and “Female”. claims“I’m more of a woman than JK Rowling will ever be.”

“Citation required,” Rowling wrote in response to Willoughby’s remark.

Hamill, an outspoken leftist who played iconic character Luke Skywalker in several “Star Wars” films, apparently took a liking to Rowling’s tweet at one point.

“What I ‘liked’ about this exchange was that someone in power was speaking their truth. Twitter isn’t a place for nuance, unfortunately,” Hamill said tweeted. “I absolutely have to get this clear: I support human rights for ALL, regardless of gender identity, PERIOD.”

Rowling has drawn the ire of far-left advocates of gender ideology for her gender-recognition and open commitment to protecting women’s rights in the face of the transgender movement — she also has concerns about the movement’s impact on young women expressed.

“I am concerned about the huge increase in young women who are seeking to transition, and also the increasing number of women who appear to be detransitioning (returning to their original gender) because they regret taking steps which in some cases have irrevocably altered their bodies and taken away their fertility,” Rowling wrote in a 2020 essay.

“That’s why I want trans women to be safe. At the same time, I don’t want to make birth girls and women any less safe. When you open the doors of bathrooms and dressing rooms to every man who believes or feels that he is a woman […] then open the door for any men who wish to come in. That’s the simple truth,” she wrote.

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