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The book only has a secondary queer character — who so far has already flirted with the main character- but I get the queer vibe from many of the other characters. There is something about witches and covens and female-bonds that seems very queer! I wanted to create a list that other people can use to read about queer witches.
In its place, a lonely witch named Riven paddles out in her boat every night to call the tides. The setup may be fanciful, but her sorrow and loneliness as she grieves for the rest of her family, lost to the sea, is familiar and real and stripped raw of any of the distance one might suppose the fantasy elements might grant. Enter a mer, unidentified in name or gender at first, but who turns out to be female.
Get yourself a girl that will explore abandoned places with you…… while also summoning demons. Just because some things about witchcraft are incredibly biased does not mean that they are the only way to practice. Shout out to witches of color.
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In this sexy anthology of fantastical short stories, women are no longer just damsels in distress. Instead, strong, passionate females race to the rescue of their female lovers in this new collection of erotic fantasy. The stories within Witches, Princesses, and Women at Arms are masterfully crafted to lead your mind down unexpected paths to your favorite fantasy adventure, from the classic fairy-tales of Little Red Riding Hood to Rapunzel to the modern marvel of Game of Thrones.
Willow Danielle Rosenberg is a fictional character created for the fantasy television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer — Willow plays an integral role within the inner circle of friends—called the Scooby Gang —who support Buffy Summersa teenager gifted with superhuman powers to defeat vampires, demons, and other evil in the fictional town of Sunnydale. The series begins as Buffy, Willow, and their friend Xander are in 10th grade and Willow is a shy, nerdy girl with little confidence. She has inherent magical abilities and begins to study witchcraft; as the series progresses, Willow becomes more sure of herself and her magical powers become significant if inconsistent.
A lesbian witch? Yes, but Lexa Rosean breaks the Halloween stereotype by offering practical advice on spells and shopping for potions. Lexa Rosean is a modern witch with old magic for the new millennium.
As a fairly obsessive horror fan, I was a good girl and saw The Witch. The Witch is not a lesbian film, but it has me thinking about links between fictional witchcraft and queer women. The historical image of the witch as she is figured by Eurocentric lore speaks to the lesbian experience in a number of ways.