i just really love ginny

The first time Ginny met Luna was on the boats to the castle in their first year. Ginny was fiercely gazing towards the castle with a fearless look on her face….and Luna was staring at her.

Ginny didn’t know what to do with the extra attention from this dreamy-eyed, dirty blonde girl and started to nervously tell her about all the Hogwarts things she wasn’t afraid of.

Luna listened with wide eyes and rapt attention, unmoving and unblinking, as Ginny spoke. But Luna noticed that the closer they got to the castle, the more nervous her new friend seemed.

As the first years stepped out of the boats, Ginny’s stomach felt like it was doing summersaults and she wasn’t sure she could make it to the castle. That is, until a cool, small hand slipped into her own and she looked up to see those dreamy eyes and a smile that could’ve inspired Ginny to take on the world

I feel like if Sirius had lived, he would have approved of Ginny for Harry so hardcore because she’s got that same Marauders spirit.

enter-the-mind-of-a-degenerate  asked:

Hey again, sorry I'm like so bad at these things 😂 Umm as much as I'd like a Neville x pansy I think my two choices would be Ginny x Pansy or Luna x Ginny Just because I really like Ginny rn. Love your writing btw ❤️

Thank you!!!  And sorry for the long wait.

I’ll be doing Ginsy <3 (although i also did linny here, you can check it out if you’re interested)

this is also for @slytherdornet and @hprarepairnet ‘s hogwarts challenge!

  • Pansy didn’t want to go back to Hogwarts for the eighth year. She wasn’t keen on returning to the place with those horrible seventh year memories, of the Carrows, of the fear at the final battle. And especially not the awful moment when she’d shrieked to turn Harry Potter over.
  • She didn’t want to face her classmates’ hatred or sneers either, and she was sure all the students from other houses would hold her outburst in fear against her.
  • But with her house confiscated by the Ministry because of her father’s death eater affiliations, and her parents forced to move to a small apartment, staying home didn’t seem like a great option either.
  • And it would probably be hard to find a job, because nobody would want to hire a girl who had proposed to hand over Harry Potter.
  • So, at the end, even if she didn’t want to go back to Hogwarts, it became the only bearable choice. (Since not everyone had the money to simply leave the country and still manage to live luxuriously like Blaise Zabini, Pansy thought bitterly.)
  • Pansy had never been a particular outdoors girl before, but she found herself spending time out of the castle more and more during the eighth year.
  • Perhaps it was because the Carrows had mostly confined them to within the castle, cancelling outdoors activities such as Quidditch, it felt easier when she was not inside the castle that was nearly suffocating her.
  • At least there were fewer unhappy memories here. And it helped her avoided people too. She couldn’t stand the looks of disgust, nor the looks of pity.
  • One day, Pansy was sitting by the lake, gazing at it absentmindedly, remembering the events at the Triwizard Tournament, the last innocent time before Voldemort came back and everything went to hell.
  • Suddenly, someone on a broom flew to the air beside her, blocking her view. Pansy’s thoughts on the good old days flashed away, and a whirl of fiery red hair zoned into focus, catching her attention.
  • “Brooding, Parkinson?” Ginny Weasley drawled.
  • “Yes,” Pansy replied, curtly, not bothering to say more.
  • Weasley’s eyes went from vaguely bored to a sparkle of interest. “Running away from the crowds, are we?”
  • “How observant,” Pansy said, a bit drily. Pansy had no intention of engaging in a conversation with Ginny Weasley, and the faster the other girl leave her alone, the better. She could only hope her short and curt answers would drive Weasley away.
  • Weasley stared at Pansy for a while, a frown on her face, but it wasn’t an annoyed frown, more like a slightly confused one.
  • Finally, Weasley said, “Want to fly?”
  • Pansy gazed back, impassively, “No.” She wasn’t sure why Weasley hadn’t left yet. She’d thought Weasley wouldn’t want to spend any extra second talking to her. But here she was, continuing asking Pansy questions. Annoying, perhaps, but not scathing or sneering.
  • Weasley was indeed quite strange, Pansy thought.
  • And then, Weasley landed beside Pansy, got off her broom, and sat down beside Pansy. Pansy raised an eyebrow skeptically, and Weasley offered her a half-defiant shrug, “Well, I can sit anywhere I want. This grass isn’t yours.”
  • Pansy rolled her eyes, slightly amused despite herself. It was only after the amusement had faded that Pansy realized that it seemed to be the first time since forever that she’d feel amused. 
  • It was a disconcerting thought, if she dwell on it.
  • So Pansy didn’t. She merely gave Weasley a bored look, and said, “Well, suit yourself.”
  • Weasley smirked a bit, and leant down on the grass as she looked up at the sky. Pansy was planning on ignoring her, but couldn’t stop herself from glancing a bit.
  • Pansy let her gaze admire the way Weasley casually lied there, legs stretched out. Her thighs and legs looked strong, just like most Quidditch players. There was some kind of beauty in it. And her hair, spread out slightly – bright red, shining under the sun – it was captivating.
  • Weasley’s eyes met Pansy’s, and they stared at each other for a moment.
  • “You’re staring, Parkinson,” Weasley murmured. “Now I know why you don’t want to come fly with me. It’s easier to stare at me when you’re on the ground.”
  • Pansy scowled and blushed a little, “I wasn’t staring at you.”
  • “Yes you were,” Weasley sounded amused. “Else, come fly with me to prove it.”
  • Before her rational sense came back to her, Pansy already snapped, “Fine.”
  • And when Weasley gave her a victorious smirk, Pansy realized that she might just have been manipulated.
  • (But perhaps she didn’t mind that much after all.)

finishing up the 500mmc asks

anonymous asked:

Per your top 5 favorite characters list, why Ginny? I love her too, just curious what in particular put her in your number one spot. Love your blog, btw!

Honestly my top 5 varies based on how I feel when I get up in the morning. I honestly can’t choose a single character most of the time.

But I do love Ginny dearly.

She’s smart, witty, and friendly, and what’s not to love about that?

But more than that, I think she is an incredibly strong woman who comes into her own over the course of the series.

From the very beginning, she’s impressive. How many 11-year-old girls could escape from Voldemort’s control like she did when she got rid of the diary? How many 11-year-old girls could go through what she did and come out on the other side without completely falling apart? From the very start, she’s a survivor.

A lot of people complained that she wasn’t included enough in the books (though she’s mentioned more often than most people realize), and I would love to have seen more of her story too. On the other hand, I also love that she has her own thing going on in the background. She grows into this amazing self-assured woman, and we as readers get only glimpses of that transition. There are all of these wonderful little moments, her developing independent friendships, her sharing a joke with Harry. One of my particular favorites is when Ron suggests she goes to the ball with Harry. She had already accepted Neville’s invitation to go as friends, but to be completely honest, Neville would have understood if she ditched him. But she didn’t. This is a 13-year-old girl who has just been handed her crush on a silver platter, and she turns the opportunity down because she already has a date.

This is the girl who Fred and George were both impressed with and slightly afraid of. And that alone says a great deal about Ginny.

As we get into OP, I love that Ginny is even more confident. She stands up for both Luna and Neville, and that absolutely matters. She also shows that, regardless of her feelings for Harry, she’s still going to stand up to him. She calls him out on his shit when she thinks he needs it, but she’s also there to listen to him when he just needs someone to listen. OP shows Ginny’s ability to connect with Harry emotionally, and give him exactly what he needs. I love that she has the emotional intelligence to deal with both Harry and her friends. She’s down-to-earth, but she also injects some much-needed positivity into Harry’s life.

In HBP, we get to see even more of Ginny. I genuinely like the way the subplots with Ginny’s boyfriend were handled. Ron’s annoyance seemed perfectly in-character, but I love how Ginny and her relationships basically deconstructed the idea that Ron has a voice in her dating life. Not only does she repeatedly fire back and assert her independence, she challenges the hypocrisy and makes it clear that her business is not her brothers’ business. And I love Ginny for giving zero credence to the idea that her brothers had a vote in her dating life.

All in all, I just really really love Ginny.

I’m all about Ginny being the awkward one when she and Cara met. Assuming Cara wanted a picture and getting all flustered when she clarified. The cringes from Blip and Evelyn who were trying not to laugh. Ginny’s own sheepish cringe after that “Uh… surprise me.” Ginny totally neglecting to respond to Cara’s formal introduction with her name or a handshake. Her mumbled lament that everyone knows who she is and Cara’s instant rebuttal, “They don’t know you - they think you’re that person,” which is the best fucking response she could have had in that moment. Ginny being unsure about her outfit and nervous to go to this party and Cara assuring her with her own calm demeanor. Cara’s casual “It’s L.A.” at the lack of reaction from the partigoers. (Also Cara playing Mom and suggesting Ginny not dunk in the dress before driving her back to San Diego and handing over the second video to Amelia to get Ginny some help.)

Basically I loved how poised and cool Cara was the whole time while Ginny, who you’d think would be the aloof one brushing off fangirls, is actually a complete dork and totally taken by surprise at this confident, adorable little human.

anonymous asked:

Hi so I just saw your blue haired Luna moodboard with Pan pride and I really just loved it so much? Thank you it's amazing I really relate to Luna (and have blue hair, and am pan, and am deeply in love with Ginny whoops) and I just really appreciate you bringing that to life! Thank you thank you thank you it was all I had in mind and more!

Awwww, thank you! I’m glad you liked it! I know that I had fun making it! Also, aren’t we all in love with Ginny Weasley?

marauderswho  asked:



Like ginny weasley is a girl who went on to become a star chaser for the holyhead harpies and you cant tell me that quidditch isnt a traditionally male dominated field along with journalism like there were probably so many people who told her that she was just this small girl who wasnt good enough and was only getting anywhere on her boyfriend’s (and eventually husband’s) fame 

like she would be such an advocate for equality in the work place and her and hermione would would start a new wave of intersectional feminism in the wizarding world and im so for that 

like ginny choosing to take her husband’s name but hermione not and ginny taking james to work after he was born and rose going with ron and sometimes harry would take the kids to work with him once he was head auror and doing less field work and just publicly breaking down family gender roles 

and ginny who becomes an advocate for girls who were abused and went through trauma when they were younger and her and harry spreading awareness about abuse and toxic relationships and how child abuse is real and both of them advocating so much for children because they dont want anyone to grow up like harry did or for someone to have their own tom riddle

and ginny weasley who runs a summer camp in the summer for boys and girls who are interested in quidditch to foster equality in a generation starting from a young age and breaking down gender stereotypes and making girls feel comfortable in playing quidditch and making sure that boys play fair with the girls and dont go easy on them just because theyre girls

and ginny potter who found out that someone in the wizengamot made some racist misogynistic remark to hermione and ended up using her fame and popular quidditch column to call out the old members of the government and wrote a scathing review of todays legal system backed up by up to date facts that were provided by an anonymous source *coughharrycough* which almost gets her suspended but it sparks enough public out cry that members of the wizengamot must be put through sensitivity training and if they cannot control themselves then they will be removed

and ginny who immediately shoots down anyone who makes fun of women who stay at home to raise the children because she knows that what her own mother did for he and her siblings was worth more than any salary in the world 

and ginny who was constantly facing ridicule from the tabloids, especially after james was born and she didnt immediately “get her pre baby body back”
she ends up working with pavarti patil to create a line of womens clothing for all shapes and sizes because everyone deserves to feel amazing in what theyre wearing no matter their size or price range 

and oh gosh theres so much more but i just really love ginny weasley 

anonymous asked:

i just really love the idea of bi ginny. like ginny kissing girls after quidditch practice and hitting on shy ravenclaws and even briefly dating an eccentric queer witch in her fourth year and not giving a damn about what anyone thinks. i just like ginny liking girls.

this is so cute!! i fully support this.

i just love Ginny Baker.

Vulnerable!Ginny Baker and Emotional!Ginny Baker are so damn important… Like wow. A 23 year old Black woman playing major league baseball with the weight of the world on her shoulders gets to have emotions too??? Wow. 

She gets to hold things in. She gets to be strong as hell. She gets to be angry. She gets to break down and cry. She gets to feel weak. She gets an episode ALL ABOUT HER MENTAL HEALTH. I REPEAT. THEY ADDRESSED HER MENTAL HEALTH!


Ginny Baker makes me so damn happy. And when she’s hurt, my heart breaks for her. I just really love Ginny Baker and I’m glad that the writers are exploring all of her emotions. Take care of my child, writers. <3

Originally posted by thedailypitch

Interpretation of the Harry Potter and the Cursed Child summary

It was always difficult being Harry Potter and it isn’t much easier now that he is an overworked employee of the Ministry of Magic, a husband and father of three school-age children.

While Harry grapples with a past that refuses to stay where it belongs, his youngest son Albus must struggle with the weight of a family legacy he never wanted. As past and present fuse ominously, both father and son learn the uncomfortable truth: sometimes, darkness comes from unexpected places.

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