In light of J. Rowling's recent transphobic tweets and essay , another facet of her career is taking on a brand new meaning for fans. It turns out that J. Now, in light of her recent controversy, fans on Twitter are noting that the pseudonym also happens to be the name of a harmful conversion therapist, Robert Galbraith Heath. Heath, a midth century psychiatrist, pioneered a range of practices that would later become known as conversion therapy, controversially used to attempt to "cure" gay people of their same-sex attraction. According to Mosaic Science, he claimed to have successfully "cured" a patient of homosexuality in
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Harry Potter is a beloved book and film series that has brought so much joy to so many kids and adults in the world. But one thing people don't seem to happy about is the lack of real queer representation in the "Wizarding World. In an interview for the special features on the BluRay release of Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald , Rowling, yet again, confirms that there is definitely some sexual tension between characters Albus Dumbledore and Gellert Grindelwald. According to the Rowling Library , she said in the interview, "Their relationship was incredibly intense. It was passionate, and it was a love relationship. You can't know, you can believe you know," she continued. Rowling spoke about Dumbledore and Grindelwald's relationship: "Their relationship was incredibly intense.
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Rowling didn't just create the world of witchcraft and wizardry that we've all wished we could live in my owl from Hogwarts is just late, I tell you! Check out the many times -- some quite recently, in fact -- that Rowling made us want to jump up and start a protest rally for all the right reasons:. Of course, we couldn't start praising J. When a fan asked her if Dumbledore had ever fallen in love himself during a question and answer session at a Colorado High School, Rowling replied that he had -- with another man.
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