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!
This week, Buffy celebrated its 18th birthday, so we’re rejoicing with some sexy Faith/Buffy and Willow/Tara stories.
In honor of the I BROKE UP LIKE THIS ‘zine, we present 17 times queer female couples on television broke each other’s hearts and also our own.
I’m pretty sure most of us who were weird kids grew up wanting to be witches, I know I did.So let’s celebrate that fact!
From vampires to their slayers, Buffy‘s got you covered.
Is Willow’s insistence on identifying as gay, not bi, a biphobic or bi-erasing gesture? Or is she actually something separate, something more progressive and interesting than bi erasure – a strong, dynamic character whose sexual orientation is genuinely fluid?
Behind-the-scenes pics from teevee shows with queer storylines, from “Ellen” to “Orange is the New Black” to “Buffy” to “Pretty Little Liars” to absolutely everything in between. You’re gonna love it, we promise.
The 50 most essential queer books coming this fall.
“At any given moment, you might turn into a rat, a demon, a werewolf, or a lesbian. In Sunnydale, no one was ever what they seemed, and by the time you’d figured someone out, they had already turned into someone else.”
Here at Autostraddle, we love kickass women. We’re presenting a list of 20 of our favorite kickass fictional heroines as a way to jumpstart this feelingsfest and leaving the rest up to you!
Welcome to “I Just Now Saw,” a new column in which I attempt to conduct conversations about television shows you watched ten years ago and I just now saw for the first time. First up: BUFFY!
Vanessa’s Team Pick: Wanna see behind-the-scene footage from some of Buffy’s epic fight scenes? Yeah, I thought so.
Vanessa’s Team Pick: Next time someone tells you Buffy is no longer relevant, stake them in the heart. No I’m totally kidding (sort of) but you can show them this new blog of limericks about the Scoobies instead.
As it turns out, watching strong women kick ass is good for society and your mental health.
“GIRLS MAKING OUT. GIRLS MAKING OUT EVERYWHERE. ALSO VAMPIRES.”