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.
Two proposed pieces of legislation in Utah are targeting transgender youth, and US Quidditch is showing its opposition. It might also affect US Quidditch Cup 15.
Signed First Edition of “Sorcerer’s Stone” Is Up for Sale with Proceeds to Benefit LGBTQIA+ Nonprofit
Sharon Levin is selling her first edition of “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” on eBay that has been signed by J.K. Rowling and Mary GrandPré. All proceeds from the sale will benefit an LGBTQIA+ nonprofit!
The quidditch community is showing its support for the LGBTQIA+ community, including the possibility of a new league in London.
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.
“Dumbledore Is So Gay”‘s fast-paced narrative depicts what it was like to be a gay teen in the ’00s and is a play so good you won’t need a philosopher’s stone to give you life.
Despite coming from the most beloved family in the “Harry Potter” series, Charlie Weasley is barely featured on the page. As part of Weasley Appreciation Week, it’s time we as a fandom showed this rebellious redhead some appreciation!
This would be one shamazing Sorting Ceremony!
Eddie Redmayne was interviewed by British magazine “GT” for its November 2016 issue, in which he talks about playing “outsider” characters! Read more here!