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"Same here, judging by the smell." Ron had come into the kitchen rubbing his right shoulder. Her wild hair had now taken to the shape of a lion's mane.
"I think I will just have porridge, babe." said Harry, trying not to laugh. Harry's mouth just opened and closed his mouth like a stunned goldfish. Just at that moment Hermione shuffled into the cramped kitchen. " said Harry, sounding like he was trying not to vomit.
YOU ARE READING Fanfiction After the war, Harry and Ginny got back together. After everything they have gone through they just want a normal life, but with the Weasleys and lots of close friends like Luna and Neville, when can life e...
Ginny woke up the next morning feeling the happiest she had felt in a long time. She, Ginny Weasley, was going out with the great Harry Potter.
She even attempted to explain the mysterious ways of girls to him when he was fifteen. Sex is, in fact, the characteristic that defines the difference between a platonic relationship and a romantic one.
Yet at sixteen, Harry picked Ginny Weasley to be his romantic partner. " The explanation is very simple - Harry has a very strong sexual desire for Ginny. This statement is not to suggest that sex is the most important element when selecting a mate.
She jumped out of bed and tip-toed around Hermione and out of her room. Ginny creep up to his bed and kneeled down beside it. She looked away when she heard a creak outside of the door. She gasped in suprise when Harry's arm snaked around her waist and pulled her down on the bed.
She padded down the stairs to Harry and Ron's room.
The presence or lack of a similar physical response during future interactions with female characters serves as an indicator of whether or not Harry is physically attracted. When she kisses him at the end of their fourth year, Harry merely notes, "..did something she had never done before, and kissed him on the cheek." There is no jolt in his stomach or tingling hairs standing on end. However, these moments are not true indicators of physical attraction - in neither instance does Harry have a physiological response. Rowling makes the difference very clear when she describes Harry's reaction to other girls. Harry does not react to Hermione in a sexual manner at all. Even though he does respond to Cho, their relationship ultimately fails for a number of reasons, including grief and guilt over Cedric's death.