Alyson Hannigan. Home —Santa Monica, CA. Alyson Hannigan spent seven seasons as Willow Rosenberg on the cult-favorite television series Buffy, the Vampire Slayer.
Please refresh the page and retry. I t started life as the spin-off of a largely terrible teenage horror film released in the early Nineties and surpassed its source material in every way possible. It pit a teenage girl with superpowers against an entire hell dimension's worth of vampires, monsters, a god, and even the very essence of evil itself.
One woman walks us through the confusing and misleading versions of bisexuality that she learned from TV, and how they ultimately led her to a place where she began to get comfortable in her own identity. While the author is out in her day-to-day life, she remains anonymous in the piece to avoid backlash from her family and community. It's hard for me to cherish the show that way, because inthe year Alyson Hannigan's doe-eyed character chose Amber Benson's witch over Seth Green's nerdy werewolf, Buffy the Vampire Slayer was already high on my list of things that made my parents uncomfortable--by extension, as a ten-year-old girl, it made me uncomfortable too.
Lily ' s bisexuality is a recurring element in most seasons of the show. Lily reveals that one of her unfulfilled dreams is having a lesbian experience, so Robin kisses her so that she can check it off her list. This likely begins Lily's attraction to Robin.
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Even as the series dealt with changing networks and Emmy snubs, the characters in Sunnydale faced death every night. In a series in which the lead character has died and returned twice, perhaps the biggest stake through the heart came in May's controversial finale to the sixth season. In it, powerful witch Willow and her female lover, Tara, who was often the show's most responsible and mature character, finally got to have glorious, sweaty lesbian sex on-camera.
Buffy Summers, the blond, vamp-kicking fighter who managed to rise from the dead twice on the beloved — TV series is back slaying again. Sort of. For gay men — always drawn to empowered women with a sense of style see Xena — Buffy, as immortalized by Sarah Michelle Gellar, was more than an icon; she was the teenage girl they wish they could have been in high school.
That means the original show's stars are still weighing in on the news, and now it's Alyson Hannigan 's turn. Hannigan got her big break on the show as Willow Rosenberga shy, nerdy student who befriends Buffy Sarah Michelle Gellar upon her arrival in Sunnydale and ultimately evolves into a lesbian witch who had one of the most visible gay relationships on television ever at the time the show was airing. That said, Whedon is still putting his name on whatever the project becomes, so that has to count for something.
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So, over at Afterellen. Flipping through all the pix and amazingly wonderful characters that have also formed some of my most memorable tv and movie moments I am not that much of a comic-fanI not only voted my favorites I also thought about the kisses that I missed there, or the kisses that were especially important to me. Yeah, I know, not really lesbian that one. It ran hot and cold up and down my spine, and I mainly watched the next episode because I hoped it would be explained to me — both my reaction to a seemingly lesbian kiss and the kiss itself and whether it really was between two women… well, what can I say, I was 18 and a babe in the woods.