These are cases of women supporting women, something we hope to see more of in literature and popular culture as a positive example for girls of all ages.
How do the “Harry Potter” movie kisses measure up to the book kisses? Let’s explore the different relationship implications the kisses had in each version.
There are so many great “Harry Potter” couples in the series, but which scene is your favorite?
Just because one is male and the other is female, it doesn’t mean they are right for each other.
Psychologist Robert Sternberg is famous for formulating the Triangular Theory of Love. It states that “the three components of love are an intimacy component, a passion component, and a decision/commitment component.” Essentially, in this formula there are three factors in a successful romantic relationship, each equally important.
There are so many relationships within the series, so I’ve decided to make this post ongoing, posting related articles in the future. But for now, let’s start with the whole Harry/Ginny and Ron/Hermione thing. I’m going to begin by saying this news from Rowling isn’t going to be easy for any true Harry Potter fan because we are so accustomed with Character A and Character B being together. They should be together just because they should be together. But why?