20 Years of Buffy: Love Letters to the Vampire Slayer: Feminist Empowerment Through Tapping into Ancestral Forces

It’s through magic that Willow Rosenberg gains an unparalleled confidence and power that eventually rivals even Buffy Summers’s own superhero nature. When brute strength and even brains fail (as they often do), it is magic that saves the Scoobies time and time again. 

20 Years of Buffy: Love Letters to the Vampire Slayer: The Joy of Female Power

Despite her petite frame, Buffy can turn around and kick the bad guy’s ass. Her diminutive size is a fake-out. Such assumptions about girls and girl power work as sneak-attack feminism throughout the series, teaching politics about bodily autonomy through superheroism. Read more »

20 Years of Buffy: Love Letters to the Vampire Slayer: A 3 part series exploring the impact of the iconic show on feminism

Buffy the Vampire Slayer showed me that aggressiveness is an important part of a woman’s personality, something she could not be whole without. Read more »