From the article:
Glamour recently published "A Complete Breakdown of the J.K. Rowling Transgender-Comments Controversy.
I followed the link, and it’s a strange thing. It’s familiar stuff from JKR: bad biology, bad psychology, and bad sociology being used to justify hate.
But some new awful thing always rolls out whenever I read this stuff. Today it was a tweet of hers that started with
Many health professionals are concerned
Jesus, this level of amateur-hour bullshit?
Speaking as a professional number-cruncher, “many” without reference to “how many” or “what proportion” is a very reliable leading indicator of bullshit. It’s a turn of phrase we’re trained to look for in reports and media releases. If the actual number was impressive, they’d use it. The number isn’t impressive, so “many” gets used instead. It’s not clever. It’s not sophisticated. It’s about two steps dumber than the also-sleazy “a rapidly growing number” .
I know that’s not the most important part. But how she’s lying jumped out at me today. This grade-school level misinformation is what some people are defending?
 in pretty much anything you can count, the “fastest growing (by percentage)” group is usually the smallest. By far. Think of how Pastafarianism was the “fastest growing” religion for a few years - several thousand percent growth per annum! Because it went from something like 3 to 500 members worldwide.