Hey, I didn’t say it, she did! “Harry Potter” author J.K. Rowling has revealed that she always believed that her character of Albus Dumbledore, head of Hogwarts and Harry Potter’s beloved mentor, liked the mens. He was? He must have been a member of the bear community, because not many queens have full length beard down to their knees. Dumbledore was a bear!
After helping Dumbledore’s favorite pupil uncover a treasure trove of information about the Hogwarts headmaster in “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows”, the final installment of her billion-dollar fantasy series, J.K. Rowling has pulled something new out of the pensieve: Dumbledore was gay.
Keep reading because I don’t want to spoil anything for the crazies who will come after me if they haven’t read the book, yet. And no, it doesn’t say he’s gay in the book so don’t yell at me! Friggin’ looney tune Muggles.
Falling in love can blind us to an extent,” Rowling explained Friday in front of a packed house at New York’s Carnegie Hall, where she capped off her first U.S. book tour since 2000.
Which explains why the brilliant wizard was briefly blinded as a young man by the charm and skill of Gellert Grindelwald, his companion turned arch-nemesis who turned out to be more interested in the Dark Arts than a three-bedroom craftsman in Hogsmeade.
Ok, I have no idea what that meant. I only read the first three books. That last movie was hot, though. I *heart* Seamus. Apparently people at Carnegie Hall responsed in the positive. Rowling said she would have brought it up years ago if she’d known Dumbledore being gay would have gotten that kind of response. She also had to tell the director of the next flick, “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince” what was up when she noticed they put something in the script about a woman in Dumbledore’s past. Damn, that’s hot. See, we’re everywhere! And you thought we were all hairdressers and snarky bloggers! We’re teaching your asses magic! Well, we already did that but ACTUAL MAGIC! Look, a dove out of my pocket! And here’s my wand!