Buffy and Willow consider each other besties, but "frenemies" may be a more accurate description. Time and again the two are at odds over everything from boys to Willow's frustration at being a sidekick. Here are 10 reasons why Buffy and Willow aren't real friends. During Season 4, the group dynamic of the Scooby Gang goes through a dramatic shift. Buffy and Xander find themselves in new relationships while Oz abandons Willow to go in search of a way to control his wolfy side.
Latest TV News
Not a free member yet?
The Tara-Willow relationship, especially the way that the two characters eventually got together was one of the greatest pieces of television, especially LGBTQ television. Part of the reason was that it was so natural. Quite the opposite: you guys had us believing that Tara was loving in vain and that Willow had no idea what was going on. But she knew the whole time. Ad — content continues below. It does. The lovely thing was the way that they eventually became lovers. What struck me about that moment was that it was really filmed for people who loved the story. They really were anti-showing anything.
Latest Movie News
Meanwhile, Buffy and Giles secretly try to learn more about the new evil that is hunting her and her family. Willow and Tara are on the bed in Willow's dorm room, with Tara reading spell books and Willow under the covers. Willow asks for a story and Tara tells her about a kitten.
The spell will require a sort of astral projection, during which Willow will need Tara to serve as an anchor. The music rises as the two begin drawing semi-circles around themselves with the tips of their fingers, whisper-chanting the spell. They begin to breath heavier, in sync, their chests rising and falling in unison. They lock eyes, and an equally sweaty Willow falls backward onto a pillow where she arches her back and moans. Beginning in Season 2, Buffy is shown having sex with many of her paramours, from Angel to Riley to Spike and beyond. Anya and Xander have a deeply sexual relationship, particularly at the beginning. And given the body-switching above, one can understand why many are ambivalent about the dark Slayer on the path to redemption. Part of the reason for the difference in the treatment of queer and straight characters is censorship. Diehard fans are probably already familiar with the rationale and neophytes can probably guess. Noting the shift in representation between Seasons 5 and 6, it becomes clear that queer censorship played a major role in how sexual encounters between the two women are portrayed in the series.