In the media
VICE: Broadly: Witchcraft in TV and movies has always been gay as hell
30 October 2018
The article outlined the ever-existing link between queerness and witches in film and TV shows. Dr Germana commented: “Witchcraft is linked to anti-normative behaviour. Witches are often unmarried, childless women who don’t conform to the conventions of a Christian, family-orientated society.”
Stating that witches outstep gender roles and pose a feminist threat, she described them as “women in control of their own desires and power, which is terrifying to any member of patriarchal society, particularly men”.
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