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Maybe J.K. Rowling Will Announce That These Memes Are Also Hogwarts Students

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We should have a new rule as a society: The creators of our favorite series should not be in charge of them after they’ve finished. First, George Lucas gave us the Star Wars prequels, and now J.K. Rowling continues to open up about this “inclusive” Hogwarts that we didn’t see onscreen. Oh, also, Grindelwald and Dumbledore totally got it on.

It’s gotten to the point where we just want Rowling to stop—not in the sense that she stops writing, but that she stops telling us these things while not acting on them. If Hogwarts is so inclusive, show it in the Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, series. If Dumbledore and Grindelwald are in love, then let us see it.

Instead, we just continually get these fake promises, and it isn’t really fair to those of us who have been with this series from the get-go, which is why Harry Potter fans spent the weekend roasting her on the internet.

And there’s plenty more where that came from because, I guess, we all needed to get out our Rowling aggressions.

Is J.K. Rowling going to start practicing what she’s preaching, or are we continually going to get Dumbledore just staring into the Mirror of Erised as our “content”? Who knows, but there are three more Fantastic Beasts moves, so maybe Rowling will surprise us after all.

Until then, we just have all we have is jokes.

(image: Warner Bros.)

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