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J.K. Rowling: June’s Patron Saint Of Feminism Proves A Little Bit Of Magic Goes A Long Way

J.K. Rowling

It’s no secret that J.K. Rowling is actually God’s gift to humanity. Not only is she a brilliant writer (you’ve heard of the Harry Potter series, yes?), she also just so happens to be an excellent human being.

We do not take the title of ‘Patron Saint of Feminism’ lightly, it is always a discussion that we have together, and it must be a consensus before we start the process. Our Patron Saints are chosen based on a number of factors, but usually it’s because she’s a fierce feminist, a believer in humanity and civil rights, and is not afraid to stand her ground when she witnesses wrongdoing. J.K. encompasses all of these qualities and then some.

While I could endlessly wax poetic about all of her many attributes, I think for this initial post, I’m going to let Rowling speak for herself with a collection of her most inspiring tweets.

Let’s begin.

She doesn’t want Cinnamon Hitler in the UK either, but she has some suggestions for his inevitable journey:

She’s not here for CH’s bullshit and would like him to keep his piehole shut on matters he doesn’t understand, thank you very much:

Fox News are a bunch of cowards and removed the initial tweet she’s replying to, but Rowling was most definitely calling out Mike Pence and his confusion with the liberal hangup on climate change (yes, really):

She knows how to let loose and have a little fun, even when the subject matter is of the utmost covfefe:

Lololololololololololololololololol:

She’s not above a bit of light torture:

She sees STRAIGHT THROUGH Trump’s tiny hands trying to juggle all of his enormous insecurities:

She. Is. Always. On. The. Nose. No. Matter. What.

She even masterfully threads pop culture references into her incredibly poignant tweets:

Finally, I’m going to end it with this perfect tweet-storm that proves once and for all that life would be so much better if there was more J.K. Rowling to go around:

In conclusion, we do not deserve J.K. Rowling, but I’m going to cherish every second we have with her. Long may she tweet.

Dani Strehle, Editor-in-Chief and Co-Founder, is hoping to reshape the narrative to leave behind a better world for her daughters, so that they may sustain, rather than battle and rebuild.

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