Barnes & Noble’s unproblematic wizard’s book display arouses cheers

As JK Rowling continues to be the poster child for TERFs everywhere, a Barnes & Noble on Union Square in New York made it clear that they are ready to turn the page on the troubled author.

It all started when a Twitter user took a picture of a very interesting screen in the store. Under a sign that read “The Unproblematic Wizarding World” was stacks of books by various authors, including Ursula Le Guin, Alice Hoffman and Deborah Harkness. Not included: Any Harry Potter book at all. While the author of the tweet seems to support the controversial author and subtitles image, “JK Rowling slander is real in children’s and noble,” many commentators applauded the bookstore’s decision to subtly take a stand.

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