Hello, Isha here. Today I’ve decided to talk about one of my favourite topics of all time: Harry Potter.
But I’m not here to discuss Harry’s bravery, Ron’s loyalty or Dumbledore’s wisdom. No, I’m here to talk about the badass witches that made it possible for Harry to take down Voldemort in the first place.
Let’s start with Miss Hermione Granger, aka the brightest witch of her age.
Besides being extremely intelligent, Hermione wasn’t afraid to kick ass. And she did, multiple times throughout the books and movies.
And let’s not forget her bravery, strength and kindness, which made her a true Gryffindor.
Next, let’s talk about Luna Lovegood. Far from being “loony”, Luna was one of the most intelligent and creative characters in the series.
She was also an extremely devoted friend and showed unparalleled kindness to all those around her.
Alongside Luna, there’s the feisty and strong-willed Ginny Weasley who was one of the most gifted fighters in Dumbledore’s Army.
But the best thing about Ginny was her stubbornness. She was never afraid to voice her opinion, stand up to bullies and put Harry in his place.
Speaking of red-haired boss bitches, Molly Weasley takes the crown. She not only managed to cook, clean and keep her seven children in line, but she basically adopted Harry and treated him as one of her own.
Oh, and she kicked major ass. But we already knew that.
Next let’s talk about the one and only Professor Minerva McGonagall, or as I like to call her, the ultimate badass.
But one of McGonagall’s biggest impacts was being a pillar of strength for Harry throughout his whole life.
While I would love to go on and on about the strong women in Harry’s life, this post does have to come to an end.
But I hope this has reminded you of the impact that these badass witches had. Without them, there simply wouldn’t have been a Harry Potter – both in the book, movie and character sense – to love and cherish.