Oliver Dall from Oliver’s Brighton, a shop in the south of England, is rowing for charity. Dobby has never been freer or fitter!
LGBTQ+ TikTokers are creating representation for their community in the “Harry Potter” series.
While the “Harry Potter” books had some great romances, the fandom has taken it upon itself to create some of its own, and we’re a goopy mess for it.
Katherine Waterston gives “Entertainment Weekly” a sneak peek into the award-winning LGBTQ romance film “The World to Come,” offering a teaser on portraying a 19th-century love story between two women. Catch Waterston in this highly emotional drama on February 12!
The Harry Potter Alliance says “Accio Pride” despite COVID-19. Start off this year’s Pride Month by joining the week-long online convention in the HPA’s series of Small Things Con.
Transgender children and teenagers from all over the world have drawn pictures to thank Emma Watson for being a visible ally.
A lot of people have been worried about the lack of LGBT representation in the upcoming “Fantastic Beasts” film, but we can still see the LGBT community represented in “Love, Simon” in the meantime, coming out March 16, 2018.
With J.K. Rowling’s recent statements about homosexuality (or lack thereof) in “Fantastic Beasts,” hpboy13 explores how fans have slowly lost faith in Jo over the last few years.
There’s only one known LGBT relationship in the “Potter” series, and it isn’t even technically included in the text. For Potter Pride, we talk about the “Potter” series’s exclusion of Dumbledore and Grindelwald’s romantic relationship and why it matters.