Rose McGowan cancels book tour after her profane, unhinged screaming rage on a trans heckler

Actress Rose McGowan learned the hard way that when it comes to the hierarchy of progressive victims, a sexually abused woman ranks lower in the pecking order than a transgender person.

McGowan was at a Barnes & Noble in Union Square on Wednesday promoting her new book, “Brave,” when she was confronted by a transgender woman, Andi Dier, for previous comments that did not show much sympathy for people who opt to no longer identify as the sex they were born, Fox News reported.

Actress Rose McGowan speaks at the inaugural Women’s Convention in Detroit, Friday, Oct. 27, 2017. McGowan recently went public with her allegation that film company co-founder Harvey Weinstein raped her. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)

Dier, who accused McGowan of “white cis feminism,” said transgender women are greater victims of sexual assault.

“Trans women are dying and you said that we, as trans women, are not like regular women,” she yelled. “We get raped more often. We go through domestic violence more often. There was a trans woman killed here a few blocks (away).”

“Shut up, you’re so boring,” McGowan replied, after telling the person to sit down. “Don’t label me, sister.”

“Don’t put your labels on me. Don’t you f*cking do that,” she said, as Dier was being escorted out. “Do not put your labels on me, I don’t come from your planet. Leave me alone.”

“I do not subscribe to your rules!” McGowan then exploded. “I do not subscribe to your language! Do not put labels on me!”

“Step the f*ck back!” she raged. “What I do for the f*cking world and you should be f*cking grateful. Shut the f*ck up. Get off my back.”

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On Friday, McGowan took to Twitter to claim the transgender woman was a paid actor and to announce that she has canceled all upcoming public appearances.

She was especially perturbed that no one in the room came to her defense.

“I am canceling upcoming public appearances because I have given enough. I have given beauty, in return I was VERBALLY ASSAULTED for two full minutes @BNBuzz by an actor paid to verbally assault a woman who has been terrorized by your system. And no ONE in that room did anything,” she tweeted.

McGowan also highlighted a tweet by Pop Crave of several women claiming that Dier sexually abused them — the actress reiterated that Dier “was paid to violate me publicly.”

“The Cult of Complicity- those I call out are after me,” she tweeted. “This is the monster who was paid to violate me publicly. An aggressive two minutes long assault on a long abused woman who is simply trying to change the world and make it better.”

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