He taught Harry about its very essence, and the innate power of his ability to love his parents, which eventually helped Harry realise his destiny to kill Lord Voldemort. Rowling may think of Dumbledore as gay"; however, "there is no reason why anyone else should". He led a celibate and a bookish life. Frightened, they first tried to get her to repeat what they had seen, and upon her failure to recreate it due to her young age, they tried to stop her from being "different". This has been attributed to Gambon's policy of not reading the source material from which his films are adapted. After this, Kendra moved her family to the village of Godric's Hollow.
But I am disappointed that she did not make Dumbledore's sexuality explicit in the Harry Potter book.
J.K. Rowling responds to gay Dumbledore controversy
Rowling's statement that Dumbledore was gay caused a great debate among critics. Through various interviews and discussions about the character, Rowling has established that Albus Dumbledore was born in July or August    to Percival and Kendra Dumbledore. Maybe they'll do better in the Dumbledore-centric movie— Director: In the opening chapter of the first novel of the series, Dumbledore arrives at number four, Privet Drive in Little WhingingSurrey. Dumbledore is very eccentric and even slightly effeminate; he is very fond of knitting patterns and frequently wears flamboyant clothing at one point, he is seen wearing a flowered bonnet. He felt enormous remorse for his selfishness and was tortured for the rest of his life by the possibility that he might have been the one who cast the spell that killed his sister. His knowledge of the most powerful kind of magic, love, is extensive.
Inshe defended what she said after a fan tweeted her, asking, "I wonder why you said that Dumbledore is gay because I can't see him in that way. As a main character of the series, major facts relating to Dumbledore have generated a vast number of essays and discussions. They believed that if they were forced to destroy a few along the way, it would still be "for the greater good", and the sufferings and losses would be rewarded a hundredfold in the end. When Voldemort conjures the Killing Curse, Harry does not fight back, which stops him from dying. Archived from the original on 6 November Maybe they'll do better in the Dumbledore-centric movie— Director: