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!
Evanna Lynch Explores Animal Rights Activism, Connecting with Autistic “Harry Potter” Fans, and Dumbledore’s Sexuality
In this wide-ranging interview with Business Insider, Evanna Lynch discusses her animal rights activism, connecting with autistic “Harry Potter” fans, and Dumbledore’s sexuality. Find out how her “Potter” journey continues to affect her advocacy work today!
The fandom has raised a generation eager to stand against systemic injustice and lift up the voices of the marginalized and oppressed.
The quidditch community is showing its support for the LGBTQIA+ community, including the possibility of a new league in London.
Scorpius and Albus have a connection in “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child”, which some interpret as romantic. Here’s why LGBTQ+ representation is important even if it’s only a headcanon.
Are you looking for new queer headcanons to expand your reading? Look no further!
Numerous Wizarding World alumni in addition to Daniel Radcliffe have spoken out in support of the transgender community. Read their statements here.
Initiatives like Title 9 3/4 have helped create a welcoming environment for every quidditch player who wants to play the beloved sport.