It is sometimes speculated that Pansy and the Patil twins knew each other before Hogwarts (in part due to Pansy's use of Parvati's first name in Philosopher's Stone), an idea sometimes used as a basis for Pansy/Parvati, Pansy/Padma, or Pansy/Padma/Parvati ships.
Stories pairing Pansy with other Ravenclaws (such as Cho Chang or Luna Lovegood) or Hufflepuffs (such as Ernie Macmillan or Zacharias Smith) are even rarer, but can be found.
So he was evil for good reasons, hes been through so much.
The last book gave us new perspective about Malfoy.
Pansy Parkinson is a character that appears in the first book in the Harry Potter series (Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone) as one of the friends of Draco Malfoy, Harry's school rival.
Pansy is a member of the Slytherin House in the same year as Harry Potter.
Pansy, but an evil or ambiguous Pansy is also common, especially for angst.
For example, both are depicted as leaders of their group of Slytherins, and both tend to bully (or at least mock) their peers.
HP/PP DM/HG Eight years after the war Pansy comes back to England looking for fresh start.
They are standing on a corner, in a moment, allowing French-speaking Muggles to pass them by and continue with their lives. Ron wonders what life will be like now that Hermione has pushed this law through the Wizengamot - and since she no longer wants him. RWPPPercy's Aunt Muriel refuses to list him in her will unless he marries a pureblood within three months. Well, she sat next to Percy Weasley at a party once...
Pansy and Draco also become the Slytherin Prefects for their year, and are both members of Umbridge's Inquisitorial Squad during their fifth year.
Throughout the series, Pansy shows devotion to Draco.