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Buffy the Vampire Slayer (and to a lesser extent its spin-off Angel) is a feminist show intended to have an inspirational message about young women being strong, but I sometimes see male netizens claiming the show is hatefully anti-male. They say that Joss is a misandrist (man-hater) who uses the show to make women hate men to the point of enacting violence against them. This, however, is a complete misunderstanding of Buffy, Joss, and feminism in general. While there are some individual feminists who are misandrists, feminism is not misandristic in and of itself, and mainstream feminism strives...
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All characters are property of Mutant Enemy Productions & Joss Whedon. This takes place in an alternate season 5 timeline. Shout out to Katie and Cat for giving me feedback, and thanks again to Katie for making a Common Enemies wallpaper, which is totally awesome. (It's at the bottom of the page.) PREVIOUSLY: Dracula was getting all annoyed because he didn't know what to do. He decided to call link, of link, to ask for a crystal called "The Nitromian Crystal". Tara was worried that the...
"Giles, care? I'm putting my life on the line, battling the undead. Look, I broke a nail, ok? I'm wearing a press-on. The least you could do is exhibit some casual interest; you can go hmm." Season 1
"I'm sixteen years old. I don't wanna die." Season 1
"It's my first day! I was afraid that I was gonna be behind in all my classes, that I wouldn't make any friends, that I would have last month's hair. I didn't think there'd be vampires on campus" Season 1
"My diary? You read my diary? That is not okay! A diary is like a person's most private place! You don't even know what I was writing about!'Hunk'can...
Buffy and her mother, Joyce, are at a mall discussing Buffy’s desire to buy a revealing dress (which, in Joyce’s opinion, makes Buffy look like a streetwalker, although Buffy tries to correct her, saying “a thin streetwalker”).
Joyce and Buffy split up to each do an important errand before the mall closes. On her way to the store, Buffy sees a guy wearing a cowboy hat romancing a girl, but also notices he has no reflection in a nearby mirror. She follows him upstairs, scares the girl off and fights with him until he runs away.
She returns to her mom, but has forgotten about her errand,...