Rowling Plays True Confessions, Sort Of

After an intense week of tweeting about the Women’s Iranian Revolution, #NoToSelfID in Scotland, and Genderists promoting a pedophilia apologist, The Presence left for the weekend with the scorecard above as her just-below-the-placeholder last-word. The tease subtly encourages the reader to take the challenge as she did and to guess what the five items are on Mrs. Murray’s list.

I scored a 10, five items in each column, eleven if One Name Potter Fandomers and teevee news show hosts don’t count as ‘celebs’ (I have met Lev Grossman, a very kind and funny man, but no Hollywood types, Emmy winners, or Everyone Recognizes Personalities).

My best guesses about the four things Rowling hasn’t done — I’ll count the air rifle as a gun and assume having your ears pierced scores as a “piercing” — are Broken a Bone, Been Arrested, Gone Zip Lining, and Been Skydiving.

That’s me, then. You?

For those interested in a greater challenge today than this tweeted invitation to self-reflection scoring, please check out this interview with Masih Alinejad, whom Rowling has re-tweeted twenty different times since the death of Mahsa Amini: ‘The Iranian Regime’s Most Wanted Woman: A conversation with the unstoppable Masih Alinejad.’ This is the face and voice of a real life Hermione Granger or a postmodern, fiercely secular Joan of Arc. Let us hope Rowling listens to and heeds what Alinejad says about feminists in the West afraid to speak out against ‘Asian’ abuses at home and abroad, abuses of young women that dwarf in number and longevity the scandal of mutilating children with gender dysphoria, because of their fears about fostering “Islamophobia” or of being called “Islamophobic.”

Sample recent re-tweets after the jump.

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