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  • earl grey: how do you take your tea?
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  • chamomile: comfort movie?
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queerboochananbarnes:

bustysaintclair:

queenfattyoftherollpalace:

bustysaintclair:

queenfattyoftherollpalace:

iamthegarebear:

reallygaysuperman:

queenfattyoftherollpalace:

*banging my fists on the table* MORE GAY WITCHES. MORE GAY WITCHES. 

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Somehow we always come back to Buffy dont we?

it’s like the one good example we have

Yeah a great example of bisexual erasure

I go back and forth on this a lot

like okay 1. a woman who had past relationships with men but says she is a lesbian is a lesbian, case closed

but also 2. why does willow have to explicitly be like “gay now!” it was a perfect opportunity for bi representation 

Yeah, if it’s a real person who has had relationships with another gender in the past and they’re like “nope, gay now,” then totally- it’s someone’s identity and I’m not going to deny it or call it bisexual erasure

But if it’s a character, whose words are written by someone else who just completely erased that characters previously deeply meaningful relationships, I’m calling it erasure.

I don’t want to push bisexuality on Willow, coz as a character she has stated that she is a lesbian, but Willow is definitely an example of biphobic writing and bi erasure in writing. That is where the bi erasure comes in, not in fans of the show calling Willow a lesbian or gay. I hope that makes sense.

But you’re right, it is really questionable why writers would make the conscious decision to make her previous relationships with men irrelevant when there was another option that could honour both her feelings for those men and the woman she ends up with. It’s for sure monosexist, and biphobic at worst on the writers’ part.

And I definitely agree that it’s different when we’re talking about a character who had previous deep, meaningful relationships with another gender and is now having feelings for someone of the same gender, but then making them “gay now”. It is erasure when you do that.

Again, Willow shouldn’t be included on lists of bisexual characters because she did call herself a lesbian, but I would definitely include her on lists of biphobic writing and bi erasure. If that makes sense.

thegeekyblonde:

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