J.K. Rowling tweeted a poem about angry misogynists. Guess who responded.

J.K. Rowling tweeted a poem about angry misogynists. Guess who responded.
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Harry Potter author and tweet wizard J.K. Rowling celebrated National Poetry Day by sharing a poem by author Musa Okwonga, titled "Invisible Men." The subject of the poem is basically troll dudes on the Internet who are firmly committed to anonymous misogyny. Rowling has experienced many run-ins with those types in the past.

Of course, both J.K. Rowling and the author were immediately inundated with comments from those very same trolls that resented anyone drawing attention to their existence, as expressed by Okwonga:

Most of the people who have a problem with this poem are trying to sound very reasonable:

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Though most of the tweets have been supportive, the funniest responders are the ones completely avoiding the issue either way:

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When will the Internet settle an argument, already?

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