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Daniel Radcliffe has dug himself a hole on trans rights

2 May 2024

11:11 PM

2 May 2024

11:11 PM

When you are in a hole, it is always best to stop digging. That is advice Daniel Radcliffe would have been wise to heed in his ongoing spat with JK Rowling over transgender rights. The Harry Potter star has said the row makes him feel ‘really sad’. Despite the impact Rowling’s work has had on his life, he told the Atlantic in an interview that it ‘doesn’t mean that you owe the things you truly believe to someone else for your entire life’.

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