So you've come of age in the wizarding world, and some of your silly Muggle friends think it's time to move on and leave Harry Potter and Hogwarts where they rightfully belong -- in the hands of children.
What do they know, eh?
Numerous references to history and mythology, character and place names that would keep an etymologist happily busy for hours, complex depictions of good and evil, humor, wit, satire, and character deaths -- surely this is not just another children's book?
Hogwart's Graduates is for people 17 and older -- college students, grad students, parents, grandparents -- who appreciate Harry Potter for what it is -- a fabulous work of fiction. It's dedicated to serious (and not-so-serious) discussion of the books and the movies from an adult perspective. Feel free to speculate, question, theorize, and philosophize. Aw, hell; gush if you want, but keep the drooling to a minimum -- we're all adults here, aren't we? ;)
17 or older MEANS 17 or older. If you are under 17, do not join. If you are found to be under 17, you will be removed and banned.
This is NOT a HP porn community! This forum is "Adult" in nature because we are dealing with the book as literature and from a more "grown-up" perspective. If you're looking for smutfic, please see hp_adult.
Also, because this is an "adult community", you are expected to ACT LIKE ONE. Users who repeatedly fight, name call, insult, etc will be banned. If you are having a problem with another member, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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