JK Rowling has taken to Twitter troll after they linked her 'Harry Potter' character Albus Dumbledore with 'Lord Of The Rings' Gandalf as gay partners.
JK Rowling has taken to Twitter troll after they linked her ‘Harry Potter’ character Albus Dumbledore with ‘Lord Of The Rings’ Gandalf as gay partners.
The 49-year-old acclaimed author lashed back at the Westboro Baptist Church comment, which read if the writer wanted the two characters to marry in Ireland; if it happens WBC will picket! #notbanned,” and accompanied it with a poster that showed homophobic messages, reported the Mirror.
The comment came after a fan proposed a wedding between the Hogwarts headmaster and the wizard.
Rowling, who recently celebrated Ireland’s vote to back gay marriage, responded by writing “Alas, the sheer awesomeness of such a union in such a place would blow your tiny bigoted minds out of your thick sloping skulls.”
It’s not the first time the author, who’s a vocal supporter of gay rights, defended her character, which she had revealed to be gay in 2007.