is dumbledore gay?

Philippines
January 13, 2009 5:07am CST
i was skimming all over these different articles in magazines and newspapers and i came across this column in which J. K. Rowling allegedly revealed that dumbledore's character was actually gay. i didn't have the time to read the entire article so i set it aside for later reading. but when i had the time to finally read it, it was gone. now, i don't even know what the entire article has to say..
4 responses
@soham1357 (187)
• France
13 Jan 09
Yep. He is gay. No matter how much you love him and admire his greatness, he is, and always will be gay. We don't really have anything to do with the matter, Rowling herself having admitted so. It's a pity really... as one of the reviewers said, no matter what his achievements are, he will forever be known as the gay headmaster to the fans. I think it was kind of low of Rowling to have admitted this all the way after the seventh book. If she was such an open minded admirer of the gay nation, she should have hinted this from book one, instead of trying to come of as some sort of hero after all her books have been sold. Of course, for me, Harry potter will be one of the most enjoyable series i have ever read.
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@dodo19 (33612)
• Beaconsfield, Quebec
13 Jan 09
Yeah, J.K. Rowlings admitted that he is gay. However, when I read the books, I had and still have a hard time believing that. Though I can't really but love him the way he is, to accept him the way he is.
• India
13 Jan 09
Well, even i have heard this piece of news.. In fact its quite an old piece of news.. It was revelaed about 1 year or so back.. anyways The author herself revealed that her character is gay and we do not need anyone else's opinion on whether he was gay or not. Check out for the article by googling " Dumbledore is gay" and you will get lots of sites where the information you are lookin for is available.. Anyways does it matter if he was GAY or not?
@chulce (1540)
• United States
13 Jan 09
Interesting, but why reveal something like that? You might be able to check your local paper archives on the internet. Most papers do have an online version now a days.