He paused. Percy already knew it was true before she said it by the way she acted, but he supposed there was no way to deny that. “I can accept that, but just be… careful,” he said, hoping she knew he only had her best interest in mind.
Ginny smiled and ran over to her brother, she jumped and wraped her arms around his neck, pulling him into a hug. “Percy, thankyou, you are the first person who openly accepted it.”
Initially surprised by the hug, Percy snapped out of it and hugged her back. “Of course, Ginny,” he said, his voice much softer than it had been only minutes before during their argument. After all, he had to offer her the same that she did for him. Percy didn’t particularly like it, but he had to trust his younger sister’s judgement.
Oliver watched them both silently, trying to make himself as invisible as possible which was a feat for the former Gryffindor. He was glad that Ginny supported their relationship. But why did the girl hate him so much, personally? He guessed he would just have to ask later, taking this for what it was worth.