Discussion in 'Harry Potter' started by Turambar, Oct 21, 2007.
Right... Anyone guessed that?
Ohh dear powers that be no, the topic has reached here too - nowhere is safe - and I visit 40K forums, this has to be the most succesful marketing and awareness campain ever
Nope, I never guessed it, but way to keep the HP forums talking now they haven't got another book to look forward to...
NOOOO. Dumbledore does not love, alright? So he's not gay. Nothing against gay people, but good ol' dumbledore is way above human feelings and way below it at the same time... So no *shakes head in deniance* he's not gay.
It IS a way to keep people talking. However, I must wonder whether that was the reason to release him from the closet. Neither can I imagine that it was the anticipation of getting people to talk about whether this was a publicity stunt. Which it will be, so I am out of here
Well it sure explains a lot ehem *whistles*
I have read other places that this "changes everything". Which I really dont see why, gay, straight. It doesnt matter.
can you say publicity stunt? man jk rowling is a bitch lolz
Does it really matter if he's gay? My answer to this thread is.... So what? lol
The only reason it matters to me is because it makes the whole thing with Grindelwald make more sense. Otherwise, nope, doesn't make any difference to me.
No, cause I never even thought about his sexual orientation. Hey, old people don't have sex so it doesn't matter.
Love the thread title. lol
yeah to be serious...when you're reading HP, the sexuality of Dumbledore is not the first thing that comes in my mind (otherwise Padmé would be VERY worried lol). It shouldn't matter in the first place...His sexuality has no purpose to the story so why bother what it is?! I don't mind that he is homosexual but it's pointless to reveal so...
I never really liked Dumbledore.. But I don't think it changes that much about the story. It helps you to understand things better, I guess.
But seriously, JK Rowling chose the right moment to tell people this, right? Obviously it was a publicity stunt.
It's the super manly beard. It's so manly it attracts other men to it?
Or he thinks that it will attract other men to him
It probably does. Magical beard...it grabs you and steals you away :O
I figured it ever since hince speech about Grendlwald in the seventh book. Nobody talks that way about their mates.
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