I have this head cannon about Harry coming out and it’s that he never had to. Like imagine if Harry throughout his entire life had been making comments (verbally) about both guys and girls (or just guys whatever you want). He makes comments so often and with so much nonchalance that everyone’s just sort of like “okay”. So when harry starts dating a man (draco or otherwise) no ones like WHAT OMF YOURE, CAN IT BE?? GAYYYYYY!!!!!! Instead everyone’s just like oh wow this is your boyfriend Steve, he’s cute good job.
Just no one realizing that it’s different or weird, instead it’s just Harry and Harry has always loved everyone.
Lily could feel the glares coming from behind her, burning into her neck, as they had been for the past few days. She turned in her seat to find three pairs of eyes squinted in differing amounts of disgust.
Peter was sat, slumped low in his seat, shaking his head slightly while his eyes stayed pinned on her as he muttered to the other two sat at the table in the corner of the Gryffindor common room. Remus’ glare wasn’t quite as harsh as the other two but it held an element of disappointment that caused Lily’s insides to squirm slightly. Sirius’ chin was resting on his forearms on the table but his gaze held the most animosity, grey eyes cold and harsh from across the almost empty room. Lily turned away from the three marauders hastily, attempting to ignore the fact that they were still glaring.
Lily was sat by the fire in one of the armchairs, re-reading her transfiguration essay one final time before bed, where most of Gryffindor house were. The common room held a small huddle of fourth years playing exploding snap, two sixth years working on essays in the corner, the three marauders and Lily.
Lily hadn’t seen James since their Head’s meeting earlier that evening, where they’d worked through the prefects rotas and plans for the upcoming Christmas party. He’d disappeared as soon as it was over, not bothering to hang around and chat as they had been doing since the beginning of the year, something that had often led to them snogging each other in whatever room they occupied until Lily pulled away and left hurriedly. For the last few weeks though, James had been ignoring all of Lily’s advances. She didn’t know whether he was playing hard to get or whether her attempts were just falling flat. But it hurt…she likedJames Potter…a lot…and she had thought he’d liked her…
Howdy! Welcome back to the Penny and Clyde Show, with me, Jaune Arc!
Last time we met a bunch of people who are likely to die in the upcoming chapters, and I bummed myself out at the end by speculating on who would. On the horizon looms a dark storm and a terrible beast known as Gl’bgolyb. Soon enough our bug-themed protagonist K.O. will join her (formerly?) fellow Teen Titans and a slew of other capes - among them Spiderman, Enoby, Pumbaa, Garnet and the Triangle Clan - to fight this evil Doombot threatening their city.
I’m not sure the fight proper will start in this chapter, though there’s not much time left - Celestabellebethabelle said it’s on the order of minutes, so whatever he still has left to say in this briefing meeting, he’d better say it quick. Whether or not they actually start fighting Gl’bgolyb in this chapter or not, chances are we’ll at least finally learn a bit more about it, and the Doombots in general.
I hope I didn’t mix up any more names. That would be embarrassing.
Anyway! Let’s get this show on the road, and may the odds be ever in your favor.
“James is getting a bit frustrated shut up here, he tries not to show it but I can tell – also, Dumbledore’s still got his Invisibility Cloak, so no chance of little excursions. If you could visit, it would cheer him up so much.” Lily’s letter to Sirius. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows