Transgender Artist Precious Child Calls for Violence Against Gender-Critical Women


A trans woman’s music performances have ignited a firestorm of controversy as she calls for the harm of gender-critical women and performs songs with violent themes, including one titled ‘TERF Killer.’

Known as Precious Child, the singer has also shared disturbing images of herself, including one holding a cardboard cut-out of J.K. Rowling’s head with a knife at her neck.

The Provocative Performances:

During her most recent performance at the Knockout Bar in San Francisco, Precious Child performed the controversial song ‘TERF Killer,’ in which she encouraged the audience to chant ‘kill a TERF today.’

This disturbing event was reported by Reduxx, and a video posted on her YouTube account captured the audience singing the aggressive lyrics in unison.

The performance featured a backdrop of the artist’s music video for the song.

Targeting Gender-Critical Women:

In the video accompanying ‘TERF Killer,’ distressing imagery, including bullets and a knife repeatedly stabbing the air, flashes across the screen as the words ‘kill a TERF today’ are prominently displayed.

Precious Child has repeatedly targeted gender-critical women who express concerns about single-sex spaces being used by trans women, including the prominent author J.K. Rowling.

J.K. Rowling and Billionaires:

In the preface to her video ‘Terf Killer,’ Precious Child dedicates the song to “every single filthy TERF and MRA in existence” and gives a special shoutout to J.K. Rowling, calling her “trash” but “special.”

Rowling has been a vocal advocate for gender-critical perspectives, sparking intense debates regarding the nature of gender and its relation to biological sex.

Previous Instances of Threatening Music:

This is not the first time that Precious Child has used her music to threaten those with gender-critical beliefs. Earlier this year, she released a music video for Pride month titled ‘VILENCE,’ in which masked trans activists brandish various weapons, singing about violence and resistance.

The video’s preface explains the symbolism of the color pink and its significance in the queer community.


Precious Child’s controversial performances and music videos, which advocate violence against gender-critical women and those with opposing views, have raised concerns about the use of music as a platform for hate speech and threats.

The artist’s targeting of J.K. Rowling and her dedication to controversial themes highlight the ongoing debate surrounding gender and the boundaries of free expression in the arts.

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