Emma Watson responds to JK Rowling's 'against trans' remarks
Emma Watson responds to JK Rowling's 'against trans' remarks 
Enchanting on-screen character Emma Watson has responded to JK Rowling's 'hostile to trans' remarks, sharing her help for transgender foundations.

The Harry Potter creator supposedly activated shock with a progression of 'transphobic' tweets a week ago, inciting any semblance of Daniel Radcliffe and Eddie Redmayne to stand up on the side of the network.

The 'Little Women' entertainer has now apparently communicated her response to JK's conclusions by retweeting an article about the various associations that help dark transgender individuals.

The 30-year-old entertainer shared a post by transgender reporter Paris Lees on the causes.

Paris' tweet read: "Greetings everybody, only a brisk note to state that on the off chance that you'd prefer to give to associations that help dark trans ladies – who are having a particularly extreme time right now, and confronting antagonistic vibe from each bearing – @VICE has accumulated a rundown."

Emma joins a large number of other 'Harry Potter' alum in reacting to JK's remarks, including Cho Chang star Katie Leung and Evanna Lynch, who played Luna Lovegood.

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