Despite premiering one day before I was born, Buffy was still the most formative show in my high school years.
Bette Midler in Hocus Pocus, Nala from The Lion King: who were the real lesbian icons of our youth?
Queer women on teen TV shows are, by and large, blindingly white. Though things are slowly changing, they're not changing fast enough.
Trust us, it doesn't suck.
In a corner of pop culture particularly prone to misogyny, even he was too good to be true.
Twenty-five years after its release, the TV show's filmic predecessor still has a few glaring flaws.
"Seeing Red" – which featured a rape scene – created outrage, and is still being used in Culture Studies classrooms 15 years on.
When teens think you might rat them out for smoking weed, you are an Old.
For Buffy’s 20th anniversary, I’m challenging the canon that says that the Slayer’s little sister was its worst character.
Spike, Angel and all the others were the embodiment of unbridled, kinky, sadomasochistic sex for a heavily female and LGBTQ audience.
Watching Willow come out and grow into her own as a person inspired me to do the same.
For the seminal show's 20th anniversary, we asked people who love it more than anyone about the episode that is most meaningful to them.