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To complete this vision of perfection, she was carrying a heavily laden breakfast tray. Even though he does respond to Cho, their relationship ultimately fails for a of reasons, including grief and guilt over Cedric's death. When he is sixteen, Harry develops feelings for Ginny, but it is not her physical attributes that he spends the bulk of his time thinking about; rather, it is her humour. Mungo's two years later and he immediately offers them autographs, Harry shares a private joke with Ginny. The fact that Harry appreciates Ginny's antics in the sixth book does have precedence in the rest of the series.

Rowling gave examples in the past to show that their senses of humour matched. He does acknowledge that she is pretty at the Yule Ball. She even attempted to explain the mysterious ways of girls to him when he was fifteen. The one instance that stands out the most, however, occurs after they have come together as a couple. Ginny is being her usual witty self, but there is one key difference - Harry is feeding her the lines to set up her final joke.

Instead, Harry simply notes, "Ron's younger sister slouched into the room, looking irritable. During an early Quidditch practise, they have an exchange that could have been tense. He has no such feelings for Hermione. The examples are numerous - the one constant in his scenes with Ginny is she usually does something to amuse him. Sex is a fundamental aspect of adult relations. Aunt Petunia often said that Dudley looked like a baby angel - Harry often said that Dudley looked like a pig in a wig.

Harry does not have this reaction to Hermione. Hermione's appearance is not the reason Harry is not attracted to her.

Why harry picked ginny, rather than hermione, as a romantic partner

Rowling has now established that humour will be a key desired trait in any future romantic pairing for Harry. He hoped the roof wasn't going to fall in, although he might be warmer if it did. Harry acknowledges his desire for humour as one of his most basic needs after the Tri-Wizard Tournament. Soon after these events, Rowling specifically makes the connection between Harry's humour and romance during his relationship with Cho.

After kissing Cho, and faced with the prospect of asking her out, Harry considers, "Yes, he had liked Cho for ages, but whenever he had imagined a scene involving the two of them it had always featured a Cho who was enjoying herself, as opposed to a Cho who was sobbing uncontrollably into his shoulder.

Harry continues to revel in Ginny's humour throughout the rest of the book. Why was Ginny "the One? The explanation is very simple - Harry has a very strong sexual desire for Ginny.

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Hermione Granger has given him moral support, excellent advice, and loyalty. Rowling writes, "Harry couldn't help noticing, nervous as he was, that she was extremely pretty. This fact is explicitly stated during his falling out with Ron in fourth year. The breakdown of their romance is also a fine example of the fact that sex is not everything - though he was attracted to Cho, it was not enough.

Harry is not sexually attracted to Hermione - he never has been. Harry Potter has had the benefit of an excellent female friend since he was eleven years old.

Give what you can.

Yet at sixteen, Harry picked Ginny Weasley to be his romantic partner. Later, after Fleur demonstrates her adoration of Bill, "Ginny mimed vomiting into her cereal behind Fleur. Ginny does not like Fleur very much, and she uses this disdain to make a rather dramatic exit after her first scene with Harry.

Harry needs a witch, no matter how good-looking, with whom he can laugh. The foundation established - that Harry and Ginny both enjoy the same dark, dry humour - groundwork is laid for Ginny to catch Harry's attention fully once he has the chance to spend more time with her.

She has sworn to remain at his side during his final quest to rid the world of Voldemort. It is not all about looks. Rowling makes the difference very clear when she describes Harry's reaction to other girls.

Ginny's wit is a trait that Harry immediately notices and enjoys during his stay at the Burrow the summer before his sixth year. When Hermione accuses him of missing Ron, Harry denies it, but admits to himself that while he " There was much less laughter and a lot more hanging around in the library when Hermione was your best friend. Ginny calls Ron a prat and Harry feels she has overstepped her bounds.

It can even lead to bitterness and resentment.

It is notable that though this is the book in which Harry and Ginny will start a romance, her first appearance is free of any flattering description. This aspect of his personality should not be a shock. When describing Harry's spoiled rotten cousin Dudley, Rowling writes, "He had a large, pink face, not much neck, small watery blue eyes and thick, blond hair that lay smoothly on his thick, fat head. She was tall and willowy with long blonde hair and appeared to emanate a faint, silvery glow. When she kisses him at the end of their fourth year, Harry merely notes, " Harry does not react to Hermione in a sexual manner at all.

We take comfort from physical contact and it makes us happy.

Harry cares for her a great deal and needs Hermione in his life. As early as the third book, despite still being largely unable to speak in front of him, Ginny and Harry share a moment. Since the moment we met him, Harry has used his own sense of humour as his key survival mechanism.

The emotional dynamic between Harry and Cho is far too complicated. In the end, when Harry gets to know her, Cho is not everything Harry desires.

At the train station, "Ginny caught Harry's eye and they both turned away to hide their laughter as Percy strode over to a girl with long, curly hair, walking with his chest thrown out so that she couldn't miss his shiny badge. Facing the return of Voldemort, on the verge of war, he gives his winnings to the twins to use as start up for their joke shop.

When he finally gets to be with Cho, they never have any fun.

The keys to a healthy, harmonious, long-term commitment have to do with sharing similar and compatible value systems and forms of communication. Sex is a very basic human need - it makes us feel good. Her brains have saved him many times. A relationship where the sex does not work is frustrating and less fulfilling. I've got a feeling we're going to need them more than usual before long. She smiled at Harry as the teams faced each other behind their captains, and he felt a slight jolt in the region of his stomach that he didn't think had anything to do with nerves.

Relationships based entirely on sexual appetite eventually die out - it is not enough. 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.

Hermione even earns a full paragraph describing everything from her hair to her dress to her teeth. He simply does not find Hermione to be that funny. The lack of fun is one of the main causes of the break down of Harry and Cho's romance. When Harry meets Cho Chang, the moment is marked by his attraction to her. However, sex is also a key factor. Ron reinforces this idea later. Harry choked over his cornflakes and Ron thumped him on the back. Harry does not find his best female friend to be a source for much comedy, and in the end, he never entertains romantic feelings for her.

This entrance brings into stark contrast the description given to Fleur only a few paragraphs down the. He offers the explanation, "[ We could all do with a few laughs. Fleur is described as, "A woman of such breathtaking beauty that the room seemed to have become strangely airless.

It is, obviously, entirely possible to desire someone with whom a relationship would be flawed otherwise.

This statement is not to suggest that sex is the most important element when selecting a mate. During his sixth year, Harry discovers that he finds Ginny to be a source of constant hilarity. Learning that the relationship has been abandoned, Ron responds, "You're well out of it, mate I mean, she's quite good-looking and all that, buy you want someone a bit more cheerful.

Sex is, in fact, the characteristic that defines the difference between a platonic relationship and a romantic one.

In an even more practical sense, a married couple that does not enjoy each other physically is going to have a very hard time with the more mundane aspects of sharing a bathroom and a bed for sixty or more years. The context of their relationship being non-sexual, the door is opened for another girl to come in and fill that role.

Not only are they funny individually, but their sense of humour is the same; and they play together extremely well. Sitting together in the common room, they have the following conversation.