As a child, I didn’t want to admit how much I related to Cho. Now, I feel lucky to see myself in her.
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Jo has written about a lot of strong women in her work, but fans typically only cite Hermione (and maybe Ginny, if they’re feeling charitable) as her feminist characters. Love Ginny and Hermione as I do, there are so many fantastic women in the series who don’t get enough credit for being brave, smart, and strong. Do you really think Jo would only write a couple of characters to be feminist icons? In my opinion, every woman in the series has something to teach us about being independent, courageous, and wise. In Jo’s world, feminism isn’t just for the bold young warriors: Mothers and professors and fangirls can be feminists, too.
This week’s throwback takes us to the casting of Cho Chang and Victor Krum. How did you think the actors that were chosen did?
Review and Giveaway: Win the “HOGWARTS™” School of Witchcraft and Wizardry from The Bradford Exchange!
The Illuminated Village “HOGWARTS™” School of Witchcraft and Wizardry will really make you want to cozy up with a blanket in front of the Gryffindor common room fireplace.
The power of choice is a major theme in the “Harry Potter” books, from the Sorting Hat to destiny. But did Harry ever really have a choice? And did the choices he make have a real impact on his world? Read on to find out.
Start the school year right and put a bit more “Potter” in your life with these tasty lunch box meals.
Android users, your time has come! Enjoy being the first gamers in the United States to try out “Harry Potter: Puzzles & Spells”. Meanwhile, “Harry Potter: Wizards Unite” is gearing up for a first-year flashback.