Rowling revealed that Dumbledore had an "incredibly intense" "love" relationship with Grindelwald, adding that she believes that "there is a sexual dimension to this relationship. Here's how the author described their relationship in the interview:. Their relationship was incredibly intense. It was passionate, and it was a love relationship.
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Rowling Says Dumbledore Is Gay
It's been seven years and five insanely popular books since author J. Rowling last wowed American disciples with a live reading. That explains the Beatlemania-esque shrieks from 1, lucky Los Angeles teens and preteens who listened on Monday morning to Rowling read a bit of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows," her seventh and final book in this best-selling series. Afterward she met with and signed copies of her book for each of the children, all of whom had competed in a Los Angeles Unified School District LAUSD essay competition to win a coveted seat at today's event at the Kodak Theater in Hollywood. When Rowling stepped onto the Kodak Theater stage, famous as the venue for the annual Academy Awards, she was greeted with a lengthy chorus of soprano screams more normally lavished upon pubescent boy bands than book writers. Glammed up, Rowling looked more like a Hollywood screen star than a children's author.
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Millions of fans around the world were yesterday digesting the news that one of the main characters in the Harry Potter novels, Albus Dumbledore, is gay. It instantly hurtled around the internet and the world. One more reason to love gay men. After reading briefly from her mega-selling book, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, on Friday night, Rowling took questions from an audience of 1, students. A year-old from Colorado asked about the avuncular headmaster of Hogwarts School: 'Did Dumbledore, who believed in the prevailing power of love, ever fall in love himself?
Albus Dumbledore, a hero of the phenomenally popular Harry Potter series and headmaster of the wizarding school Hogwarts, is gay. That's right, Harry's mentor and father-figure would prefer a nice wizard to a hot witch any day. In a surprising new Potter twist, author J.