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ENTERTAINMENT: How Willow and Tara Changed the World


Buffy the Vampire Slayer changed the world – a lot.

We could talk about how the show pioneered genre television, how it empowered women and transformed silver screen entertainment into art.

But as it began 20 years ago today, we have to talk about Willow Rosenberg. Spoilers for the show to follow.

Before Willow, a kiss between two women on TV were seen as a way to boost ratings on an ‘adult’ show. Look at Ally McBeal and the kiss between Calista Flockhart and Lucy Liu.

By Joe Morgan – Full Story at Gay Star News


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1 thought on “ENTERTAINMENT: How Willow and Tara Changed the World”

  1. I love this pairing!! Although I also love the less canon, but intensely dramatic and charged rivalry between Buffy/Faith. Along with a lot of slash pairings involving Xander and most of the vampires.


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