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New book by trans activist fantasizes about JK Rowling's death

Felker-Martin has described the novel as a "depraved psychosexual horrorshow."

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A book published by transgender woman Gretchen Felker-Martin has recently made headlines after it was revealed that the book centering around three transgender individuals includes a grotesque death of famed Harry Potter author JK Rowling.

The book centers around two transgender females and a transgender male navigating a post-apocalyptic wasteland where a virus has turned people into zombies.

In an Amazon description of the novel, it states: "Beth and Fran spend their days traveling the ravaged New England coast, hunting feral men and harvesting their organs in a gruesome effort to ensure they'll never face the same fate. Robbie lives by his gun and one hard-learned motto: other people aren't safe."

"After a brutal accident entwines the three of them, this found family of survivors must navigate murderous TERFs, a sociopathic billionaire bunker brat, and awkward relationship dynamics—all while outrunning packs of feral men, and their own demons," it continues.

According to the Daily Mail, the novel includes Rowling's death, which involves the author being crushed in a burned down castle.

"So here we are, arrived in a place where a mainstream publisher — Manhunt is published by Tor Nightfire, an offshoot of publishing giant Macmillan — sees fit to release a novel featuring aggressive and violent fantasies about a living, breathing woman," wrote journalist and author Julie Bindel in a piece for the Daily Mail.

Rowling, who had previously been labeled a "TERF," or trans-exclusionary radial feminist," has received countless actions against her for believing that biological sex is a true thing, including death threats, being doxxed, and being excluded from the Harry Potter 20th anniversary celebration.

In regards to the novel, Bindel wrote, "Let us pause for a minute to contemplate the outcry if a female author dared to depict a real-life trans person being crushed to death, the fate that befalls JK Rowling in Felker-Martin's novel."

In March, Felker-Martin celebrated the novel, saying on Twitter, "If you're sick of gender plague novels written by transphobic dipshits, try my novel MANHUNT, written by a trans woman for a trans audience."

"Trans dykes fall in love and fuck and murder TERFs, feral men maraud in the wilderness, J.K. Rowling dies, etc," Felker-Martin added.

Felker-Martin has also described the novel as a "depraved psychosexual horrorshow."

The author also called out Rowling for not responding to the novel, saying: "It's funny that @jk_rowling will put trans women with 20 followers on blast like it's nothing but she's too chicken to say "boo" about MANHUNT. In which she dies. Fictionally."

As Bindel wrote: "I would certainly be interested to see where Felker-Martin's novel stands in relation to laws on incitement to violence."

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