Cross-dressing serial killers: Rowling haters need a reality check

Wildly successful British author J. K. Rowling, best known for the Harry Potter series, is one again drawing the ire for being reasonable.

Cancel culture has come for her in the past, accusing her of being transphobic for stating medically sound facts about biological women.

According to an early review in The Telegraph, Troubled Blood — the fifth installment in Rowling’s Cormoran Strike series written under the pen name Robert Galbraith — deals with the cold case of a woman who disappeared in 1974 and is believed to be the victim of Dennis Creed, “a transvestite serial killer.”

The social justice warriors of the world are entitled to their own opinions, but not their own facts.

And the facts are there has been a not altogether insignificant number of high profile and prolific serial killers who were crossdressers or were crossdressed by overbearing moms.

I am making no judgments here about trans people. Live your life. I don’t care. I am too busy living my own life to care.

Just don’t use the government to make me care.