On edge, Mia wondered about the girl's question. She could either be asking what Mia's stance on Muggle borns was, which was similar to the girl's but not quite as...forward. Or what social stigma she thought the wizarding world had to get over.
Mia decided to answer the latter. She did have a good answer, or a decent one, that was quite controversial.
"Personally, I believe that the primary social stigma that wizarding society needs to get over is the stigmatization of were wolves. They're just people y'know? The process of discrediting people who experience periodic episodes of madness-not even madness, just symptoms, they occur infrequently and can be managed with treatment, is the major hallmark of the stigma process. My parents had a professor named Remus Lupin. He was banished from the school when his secret was discovered-that he was a werewolf. It wasn't fair. The school gave no other reason for firing him, and they didn't need to. He posed no danger, as he was taking a potion at the time. But he was fired."
Mia drew in a breath. She had rambled on, which was unusual for her, but she just drew in a breath. She didn't feel like apologizing. Amadea was sure-was fine with it. Or partially fine. She didn't seem like the typical Hufflepuff, but she wasn't the judgy type either. Actually she was a mystery to Mia. A mystery that she was determined to crack. Crack and make her friend.
"Chocolate omnia constituit"
//Co-Founder of Gobstones Club//Writer//