- Not bad. It sounds to me as if Harry has switched places with his dimensional counterpart, in a fashion similar to "Quantum Leap".
I wonder what's happening to Harriet in Harry's dimension.
Author's responseThanks for the review - It's an interesting question, isn't it?
(#) misteryman526 2011-02-04Very interesting! If all else fails, Harry should be able to get Hermione to listen to him about being a boy when they meet her parents at the train station. Being muggles, they should be able to see him as a boy, just as the Dursleys did.
Author's responseIt's a good point - the question is if Harry will think of it, or whether Hermione will even get what they're talking about.
- I'm not sure why at the time of writting this that your story is rated so low but I like it and hope you continue it.
My question is if he were to interact with someone physically would they subconsciously alter their actions to conform with his boy parts or would the illusion force them to interact with him as the illusion dictates and make him uncomfortable.
I realize they are much to young for that scenario but it just popped into my head as a question for further on in the story say in year four or five when kids get more curious about those things.
Anywho carry on and ignore the detractors.
Author's responseThanks for the review! As for your question... I have indeed thought about it, but it won't come up until quite a bit later.
(#) jediprankster 2011-12-20Harry's lie may have hit a bit closer to the mark than he thinks. Maybe Lily tried something experimental and had 'interesting' side effects. Somehow, when Voldemort's killing curse hit Harry after Lily's sacrifice, the magical world's perception of him changed to that of a woman. And since Harry was being struck with Voldemort's magic at the time, he was affected as well. I say the magical world's perception, because Harry's Muggle relatives were apparently not affected.
This leads me to wonder what will happen with Voldemort's return. Will his Death Eaters refer to him as the Dark Lady, or call him 'My Lady' to his face? What will his response be when he can't get his Death Eaters to respect his masculinity, even with torture?
The question diresaint raised about physical interaction occurred to me as well, but I was thinking of Harry, in his frustration, grabbing a girls hand and thrusting it down his pants and asking 'Does that feel like a girl?' and that girl would, of course, be very embarrassed and say yes, and run off. That won't happen, but it would be funny.
I am curious what Madam Pomfrey would find in a full medical examination. Would the presence of female internal organs be detected? If not, would there be any potential mishaps resulting from treatments meant for a girl being given to a boy?
I like this story a great deal. I hope you keep it going.
Author's responseYes, these are good questions - which I've thought about. Let's just see people see what they expect to see and rationalize after the fact any discrepancies.
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