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Buffy slays Caleb
Buffy slays Caleb
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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Buffy in all seven seasons
Buffy in all seven seasons
Buffy Anne Summers was born 19 January 1981, probably in Los Angeles, to Joyce and Hank Summers.
She was arrested for burning down the gym of Hemery High School in Los Angeles, and her parents checked her into a mental health facility when she tried to tell them about vampires. Shortly afterward, Buffy's parents divorced, and she moved to Sunnydale with her mother, Joyce. Buffy too, wanted to make a new start.
On her first day at Sunnydale High, however, she met the school librarian, Rupert Giles, who turned out to be her new watcher, sent to resume her training and ensure that she follow...
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This is my first article. *deep breath* Here I go.

Willow. When I think think Willow, I think many things. Sweet and smart. Dorky, and also powerful. She is one of the many perks and bright sides to this amazing show. Willow is loved by almost everyone, so her relationships are often smooth, carefree, and happy. For a little while at least. Like with Oz.

Willow's relationship with Oz was mostly like any other high school relationship, besides the fact she's a witch and he's a werewolf. They chatted in the hall ways. They went to movies and had interesting conversations about the popcorn the next...
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I wrote this a while back and just found it now. It's about the best or most interesting stories or moments that we know happened but were never shown.

1: The first 4 seasons as remembered by the characters.
Ok, this one sounds stupid, of course we've seen the first seasons. But thanks to the monks who added Dawn, the scoobies memories are quite different than what actually happened. Yet we never found out just how different and what we know that they dont. eg, when Angelus was after Buffy he went after her friends and family. A little sister would be a perfect target in his mind. In their memories...
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