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But Gandalf and the wizards are basically "Angels" and in that sense, I think that it might be wrong to even think of them as "straight" if you follow my meaning. As an immortal Angel, I do not really think he has any sexual preference at all: He's an angel. I think it would be equally wrong to think of him having relationships with men as to having them with women; he's a grandfatherly figure and I don't know if, even in a human body, he thought in such terms. As for "Gandalf, the Maia descended into human form, experiencing life's sensations through a human body" However, I will say that even before McKellen was cast in the live-action films, when just meeting other book fans in the mid's, I'd actually react very strongly to those that said "haha, Gandalf was probably a lady's man in his youth", as becaues he was really an "Angelic spirit" I didn't think he would behave in such terms. Of course, whether Gandalf's gay is another matter. Only Eru can make more Ainur spirits, I think. The point though, is that there may be a difference between "Gandalf the Wizard" and "Olorin the Maia spirit". They do have apparently "intellectual" "pairings", but Olorin is said to be alone. For that matter, given that he never married, I wouldn't really react to them saying that virtually any other character in the story is gay; Legolas never married: The Maia spirit, "Olorin" was created at the dawn of time by Eru God before the creation of the world itself, as an angelic spirit thus as a "child of the mind of God" Radagast can still be his "cousin", in the sense of "kinsman", etc He must have had some experience of sex. But no, he's really a catholic "angel" descended to human form. Nonetheless, I always just saw him as an asexual, grandfatherly character. I mean I think of him as this holy warrior, celibate priest kind of figure Tolkien probably would have meant "priest" in the catholic sense, I use it hear in generic reference to many world religions. Actually, Tolkien said he most often went without physical body, diving into the hearts of people to fill them with wisdom and courage, etc. Seriously, I personally always thought it was wrong to even think of Gandalf having relationships with women. He said to think of it like how a person is still "male" even if they take their clothes off, and in the Ainur's case the clothes are their physical appearance. But as "Gandalf" he was not only "visible", by grant of the Valar, the Wizards were embued with actual, physical bodies of aged Men as a sign of their Humility So I think that in terms of "sexuality", "Olorin the angelic spirit who possesses a male temperament and is often disembodied" and "Gandalf, the angel who has descended into human form and lived as a Man for 2, years" may be facing two different sets of circumstances. Dumbledore, on the other hand, is as much a mortal man as Harry Potter; like Harry he started out as a boy in our world then finds our more about the magical Hogwarts world that overlaps with it. As angelic spirits, we might not even be intended to think of them in such terms as a "race" and its possible that while some are "paired" perhaps romantically, "sex" does not exist among them. Then again he's in part based on the pagan Odin, who was married. His wife was never mentioned and he's years old. Ainur cannot reproduce. I don't think he's "gay" or "straight" and I think it would be odd even to mention Gandalf being romantically involved with a woman. But according to Tolkien, the Ainur still have an inherent "gender"; even without physical bodies, they still have a "male temperament" or a "female temperment". Sex gandalf



Seriously, I personally always thought it was wrong to even think of Gandalf having relationships with women. As angelic spirits, we might not even be intended to think of them in such terms as a "race" and its possible that while some are "paired" perhaps romantically, "sex" does not exist among them. But as "Gandalf" he was not only "visible", by grant of the Valar, the Wizards were embued with actual, physical bodies of aged Men as a sign of their Humility So I think that in terms of "sexuality", "Olorin the angelic spirit who possesses a male temperament and is often disembodied" and "Gandalf, the angel who has descended into human form and lived as a Man for 2, years" may be facing two different sets of circumstances. Actually, Tolkien said he most often went without physical body, diving into the hearts of people to fill them with wisdom and courage, etc. I really don't think Olorin the spirit actually had a "sexuality" of any kind; I don't know if we can think of the Ainur in such concepts. His wife was never mentioned and he's years old. This is confusing and I have not reached a definitive answer; at the least, I don't think Tolkien deliberated on this. As for "Gandalf, the Maia descended into human form, experiencing life's sensations through a human body" Only Eru can make more Ainur spirits, I think. But there is no reason not for him to be gay, structurally within the plot. Did Gandalf "love"? I don't even think of him as having relationships with women; I think of him as almost like a holy priest of some religion, removed from Earthly things. I think it would be equally wrong to think of him having relationships with men as to having them with women; he's a grandfatherly figure and I don't know if, even in a human body, he thought in such terms. I really don't think it's in his character to be either. He's an angel. Some Ainur choose to live alone, as is the case with Ulmo. So maybe that's the confusion. Ainur cannot reproduce. He must have had some experience of sex. Of course, whether Gandalf's gay is another matter. But Gandalf and the wizards are basically "Angels" and in that sense, I think that it might be wrong to even think of them as "straight" if you follow my meaning. For that matter, given that he never married, I wouldn't really react to them saying that virtually any other character in the story is gay; Legolas never married: They do have apparently "intellectual" "pairings", but Olorin is said to be alone. He said to think of it like how a person is still "male" even if they take their clothes off, and in the Ainur's case the clothes are their physical appearance. Nonetheless, I always just saw him as an asexual, grandfatherly character. I don't even think the term "romantic relationships" might even be able to be applied to such "pairings" though Varda spurned Melkor There is no debate Nonetheless, I'd like to briefly articulate this: Then again he's in part based on the pagan Odin, who was married. Of course he loved; he loves all things in Middle-earth and wants to help all that is Good. But I think, basically, that it was a

Sex gandalf



Nonetheless, I always just saw him as an asexual, grandfatherly character. As an immortal Angel, I do not really think he has any sexual preference at all: He's an angel. For that matter, given that he never married, I wouldn't really react to them saying that virtually any other character in the story is gay; Legolas never married: But I think, basically, that it was a However, I will say that even before McKellen was cast in the live-action films, when just meeting other book fans in the mid's, I'd actually react very strongly to those that said "haha, Gandalf was probably a lady's man in his youth", as becaues he was really an "Angelic spirit" I didn't think he would behave in such terms. There is no debate Nonetheless, I'd like to briefly articulate this: Did Gandalf "love"? I don't even think the term "romantic relationships" might even be able to be applied to such "pairings" though Varda spurned Melkor I don't think he's "gay" or "straight" and I think it would be odd even to mention Gandalf being romantically involved with a woman. Then again he's in part based on the pagan Odin, who was married. So maybe that's the confusion. The Maia spirit, "Olorin" was created at the dawn of time by Eru God before the creation of the world itself, as an angelic spirit thus as a "child of the mind of God" Radagast can still be his "cousin", in the sense of "kinsman", etc Of course, whether Gandalf's gay is another matter. I really don't think it's in his character to be either. I really don't think Olorin the spirit actually had a "sexuality" of any kind; I don't know if we can think of the Ainur in such concepts. Actually, Tolkien said he most often went without physical body, diving into the hearts of people to fill them with wisdom and courage, etc. Thus, I really don't know,. He said to think of it like how a person is still "male" even if they take their clothes off, and in the Ainur's case the clothes are their physical appearance.



































Sex gandalf



His wife was never mentioned and he's years old. Ainur cannot reproduce. This is confusing and I have not reached a definitive answer; at the least, I don't think Tolkien deliberated on this. He said to think of it like how a person is still "male" even if they take their clothes off, and in the Ainur's case the clothes are their physical appearance. I don't think he's "gay" or "straight" and I think it would be odd even to mention Gandalf being romantically involved with a woman. Or even Beorn or Thorin or someone else who never married. The point though, is that there may be a difference between "Gandalf the Wizard" and "Olorin the Maia spirit". But there is no reason not for him to be gay, structurally within the plot. Of course he loved; he loves all things in Middle-earth and wants to help all that is Good. But no, he's really a catholic "angel" descended to human form. I really don't think it's in his character to be either. Some Ainur choose to live alone, as is the case with Ulmo. But Gandalf and the wizards are basically "Angels" and in that sense, I think that it might be wrong to even think of them as "straight" if you follow my meaning. I really don't think Olorin the spirit actually had a "sexuality" of any kind; I don't know if we can think of the Ainur in such concepts. As for "Gandalf, the Maia descended into human form, experiencing life's sensations through a human body" Only Eru can make more Ainur spirits, I think. Now, some Ainur actually exist in apparently romantic relationships with other Ainur; Manwe is the mate of Varda, Aule the mate of Yavanna. They do have apparently "intellectual" "pairings", but Olorin is said to be alone. So maybe that's the confusion. The Maia spirit, "Olorin" was created at the dawn of time by Eru God before the creation of the world itself, as an angelic spirit thus as a "child of the mind of God" Radagast can still be his "cousin", in the sense of "kinsman", etc I mean I think of him as this holy warrior, celibate priest kind of figure Tolkien probably would have meant "priest" in the catholic sense, I use it hear in generic reference to many world religions. But I think, basically, that it was a Did Gandalf "love"? Of course, whether Gandalf's gay is another matter.

Nonetheless, I always just saw him as an asexual, grandfatherly character. But I think, basically, that it was a He said to think of it like how a person is still "male" even if they take their clothes off, and in the Ainur's case the clothes are their physical appearance. They do have apparently "intellectual" "pairings", but Olorin is said to be alone. Now, some Ainur actually exist in apparently romantic relationships with other Ainur; Manwe is the mate of Varda, Aule the mate of Yavanna. I really don't think it's in his character to be either. Of course he loved; he loves all things in Middle-earth and wants to help all that is Good. But there is no reason not for him to be gay, structurally within the plot. As an immortal Angel, I do not really think he has any sexual preference at all: Or even Beorn or Thorin or someone else who never married. Did Gandalf "love"? Only Eru can make more Ainur spirits, I think. Actually, Tolkien said he most often went without physical body, diving into the hearts of people to fill them with wisdom and courage, etc. He's an angel. Sex gandalf



His wife was never mentioned and he's years old. But according to Tolkien, the Ainur still have an inherent "gender"; even without physical bodies, they still have a "male temperament" or a "female temperment". Now, some Ainur actually exist in apparently romantic relationships with other Ainur; Manwe is the mate of Varda, Aule the mate of Yavanna. Nonetheless, I always just saw him as an asexual, grandfatherly character. Some Ainur choose to live alone, as is the case with Ulmo. However, I will say that even before McKellen was cast in the live-action films, when just meeting other book fans in the mid's, I'd actually react very strongly to those that said "haha, Gandalf was probably a lady's man in his youth", as becaues he was really an "Angelic spirit" I didn't think he would behave in such terms. So maybe that's the confusion. There is no debate Nonetheless, I'd like to briefly articulate this: Only Eru can make more Ainur spirits, I think. The Maia spirit, "Olorin" was created at the dawn of time by Eru God before the creation of the world itself, as an angelic spirit thus as a "child of the mind of God" Radagast can still be his "cousin", in the sense of "kinsman", etc As an immortal Angel, I do not really think he has any sexual preference at all: He's an angel. I don't even think the term "romantic relationships" might even be able to be applied to such "pairings" though Varda spurned Melkor Of course, whether Gandalf's gay is another matter. For that matter, given that he never married, I wouldn't really react to them saying that virtually any other character in the story is gay; Legolas never married: Actually, Tolkien said he most often went without physical body, diving into the hearts of people to fill them with wisdom and courage, etc. This is confusing and I have not reached a definitive answer; at the least, I don't think Tolkien deliberated on this. But I think, basically, that it was a I think it would be equally wrong to think of him having relationships with men as to having them with women; he's a grandfatherly figure and I don't know if, even in a human body, he thought in such terms.

Sex gandalf



But there is no reason not for him to be gay, structurally within the plot. Thus, I really don't know,. Did Gandalf "love"? I don't even think of him as having relationships with women; I think of him as almost like a holy priest of some religion, removed from Earthly things. Actually, Tolkien said he most often went without physical body, diving into the hearts of people to fill them with wisdom and courage, etc. There is no debate Nonetheless, I'd like to briefly articulate this: However, I will say that even before McKellen was cast in the live-action films, when just meeting other book fans in the mid's, I'd actually react very strongly to those that said "haha, Gandalf was probably a lady's man in his youth", as becaues he was really an "Angelic spirit" I didn't think he would behave in such terms. Seriously, I personally always thought it was wrong to even think of Gandalf having relationships with women. Ainur cannot reproduce. I don't think he's "gay" or "straight" and I think it would be odd even to mention Gandalf being romantically involved with a woman. Then again he's in part based on the pagan Odin, who was married. I mean I think of him as this holy warrior, celibate priest kind of figure Tolkien probably would have meant "priest" in the catholic sense, I use it hear in generic reference to many world religions. Or even Beorn or Thorin or someone else who never married. I think it would be equally wrong to think of him having relationships with men as to having them with women; he's a grandfatherly figure and I don't know if, even in a human body, he thought in such terms. So maybe that's the confusion. As angelic spirits, we might not even be intended to think of them in such terms as a "race" and its possible that while some are "paired" perhaps romantically, "sex" does not exist among them. I don't even think the term "romantic relationships" might even be able to be applied to such "pairings" though Varda spurned Melkor

Sex gandalf



Of course he loved; he loves all things in Middle-earth and wants to help all that is Good. This is confusing and I have not reached a definitive answer; at the least, I don't think Tolkien deliberated on this. For that matter, given that he never married, I wouldn't really react to them saying that virtually any other character in the story is gay; Legolas never married: He said to think of it like how a person is still "male" even if they take their clothes off, and in the Ainur's case the clothes are their physical appearance. Only Eru can make more Ainur spirits, I think. Thus, I really don't know,. But according to Tolkien, the Ainur still have an inherent "gender"; even without physical bodies, they still have a "male temperament" or a "female temperment". Dumbledore, on the other hand, is as much a mortal man as Harry Potter; like Harry he started out as a boy in our world then finds our more about the magical Hogwarts world that overlaps with it. I really don't think it's in his character to be either. However, I will say that even before McKellen was cast in the live-action films, when just meeting other book fans in the mid's, I'd actually react very strongly to those that said "haha, Gandalf was probably a lady's man in his youth", as becaues he was really an "Angelic spirit" I didn't think he would behave in such terms. As an immortal Angel, I do not really think he has any sexual preference at all: Then again he's in part based on the pagan Odin, who was married. But I think, basically, that it was a Or even Beorn or Thorin or someone else who never married. So maybe that's the confusion. The Maia spirit, "Olorin" was created at the dawn of time by Eru God before the creation of the world itself, as an angelic spirit thus as a "child of the mind of God" Radagast can still be his "cousin", in the sense of "kinsman", etc As angelic spirits, we might not even be intended to think of them in such terms as a "race" and its possible that while some are "paired" perhaps romantically, "sex" does not exist among them. He must have had some experience of sex.

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