A fantasy novel celebrity challenged protesters to prove they respect biological women on Nov. 22.

J.K. Rowling wants every transgender activist to stop harassing and threatening her. One group allegedly took photos of themselves in front of the Harry Potter author’s home, revealing her private residential address to the world. She believes this unnecessarily put her life in danger.

“I have now received so many death threats I could paper the house with them, and I have not stopped speaking out,” she said on Twitter.

Rowling dared demonstrators to show they will not harm anyone born female.

“The best way to prove your movement is not a threat to women, is to stop stalking, harassing, and threatening us,” she said.

She also asked everyone who shared the offending photo to take them off the internet and respect her privacy.

“I implore those people who retweeted the image with the address still visible, even if they did so in condemnation of these people’s actions, to delete it,” she said.

The author has already received overwhelming support from fans and others who disagree with the activists’s methods.

“I want to say a massive thank you to everybody who reported the image to Twitter support,” she said. “Your kindness and decency made all the difference to my family and me.”

The matter has already been referred to local law enforcement officers who are investigating the matter.

“I would also like to thank Police Scotland for their support and assistance in this matter,” she said.

The remarks cam after Rowling began openly expressing her views on the importance of biological sex. This challenged one theory that trans women and trans men have no differences.

“Women [are told they] must accept and admit that there is no material difference between trans women and themselves … but, as many women have said before me, ‘woman’ is not a costume,” she previously said.

“I spoke up about the importance of sex and have been paying the price ever since. [I was told] I was transphobic, I was a [multiple expletives,] a trans-exclusionary radical feminist–I deserved canceling, punching, and death,” she added.

Rowling was also excluded from Warner Media’s 20th anniversary celebrations for the Harry Potter series. Even the press release did not mention her name.

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