Vampires and zombies and spaceships and swords and clones and superpowers and ghosts and time-travel, oh my!
“I remember little moments so vividly — like Ashley kissing Spencer on the shoulder while they looked in the refrigerator for something to eat. This is what I wanted. And I wasn’t afraid of wanting it anymore.”
“It’s important to demonstrate interest in your partner’s passions even if you don’t share them, and Buffy’s passion is for wearing knee-high boots with skirts.”
Sometimes you just wanna feel the heat with somebody who loves you.
The Baby Gays have been revealed! You have 48 hours to vote for your favorites!
How about a little Valentine’s Day inspiration from your favorite fictional couples?
Nakias and Supergirls and Wonder Women, oh my!
It’s no accident that one of the first major lesbian relationships in television history began in an episode where no one was able to talk.
Fan service and character development and sex sex sex, oh my!
“I felt connected to her on a deep level — she is the only girl I’ve written an entire zine about — but wasn’t ready to really engage with it.”
Here are the queer lady ships that made us/destroyed us; what are yours?
On this week’s Buffering the Vampire Slayer, Kristin Russo and Jenny Owen Youngs have rewritten the lyrics to “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” as “BUFFY, IT’S COLD OUTSIDE.”
I followed Kristin and Jenny at FlameCon, New York City’s gay comic con, as they spread their love for Buffy the Vampire Slayer and the LGBTQ community to everyone they met.
Let’s take a Skip-It down memory lane and explore my 9 most influential telecrushes from the 90s.
A rundown of all the things you can celebrate the 20th anniversary of Buffy by buying.
Buffy is a queer rite of passage. Everybody’s got a Buffy story. These are some of ours.
Costume advice from someone who takes Halloween costumes way too seriously!
It’s called Buffering the Vampire Slayer and there’s gonna be original song recaps in each episode. It’s true!
We’ve come so far since same-sex kisses on television only happened once in a show’s entire run, rarely involved lesbian or bisexual characters and generally were obscured by somebody’s hair!
Willow and Tara in love (and alive) forever!