Virginia GOP Nominee For Attorney General Would Force People To Report Their Miscarriages To Police
If a person in Virginia has a miscarriage without a doctor present, they must report it within 24 hours to the police or risk going to jail for a full year. At least, that’s what would have happened if a bill introduced by Virginia state Sen. Mark Obenshain (R) had become law. And yet, the […]
Somewhere between 10% and 25% of pregnancies end in miscarriage. 1 in 4 people who can get pregnant will experience a miscarriage. A miscarriage is a completely normal, natural process that happens surprisingly frequently. Why on earth should it be reported to law enforcement, and how on earth does this not constitute gross government overreach into people’s private lives?
honestly do not think Dumbledore is gay. JKR should have wrote it into the books if it was true. Her saying it after the series was completed kind of made it seem like a ploy to attract more readers.
If you know a bit about gay coding the signs are there. All of the twinkling and outlandish clothes (even by magical standards) and the statues that may as well have been drag queens guarding his office. It’s not the kind of thing most people would pick up though. Certainly not children.
Which is…cowardly, at best. I don’t think she needed to have him talking about his love life with Harry or anything, but saying he’s gay after the fact without hints the average reader could pick up does make it seem like a ploy.
There was no need to mention it in the books, there was no place where it was necessary to mention Dumbledore was gay. She didn’t spell it out that anyone was straight, so why should she spell it out that he was gay?
Oh yeah, so you can judge him and reexamine all of his relationships, like the homophobe you pretend not to be.
The only reason she mentioned it after is because she was asked directly. She certainly doesn’t need any more readers.
Also the ‘#i preferred him when he wasn’t gay anyway’?!?? He was always gay, you just found out. That says a lot more about you than either Dumbledore or JK.