I just thank the Gods they didn't have a scene where the witches had to kiss the devil on his leather cheerio.
I also loved the SJW & feminism aspects of the show... and Sabrina and her friends rebelling wholeheartedly against Everything and the patriarchy. Go girls! Go!
I will admit that Sabrina was getting on my nerves a little when she kept insisting she could do it all, talked back to her aunts, and thought she knew everything better than anyone else, (as I understand it, this is typical teenager behavior), but she redeemed herself (for me) when she finally owned up to her failure.
As a historical leaning pagan, I was pleased with the references I recognized peppered throughout. But like many witches in the community, I am worried about the demonizing of witches, Wiccans, and modern Satanists alike. Whether we like it or not, media shapes the way people think and it could very well be three steps back for the modern pagan. However, there are so many memes being shared by my fellow witches about just how evil they can be so can we really blame a TV series? Maybe I'm not as worried as others in the community are, but only because the new world generation hasn’t been able to take over the old yet. These new, young, fresh-faced kids who are more open to new ideas, flexible in their thinking, and are completely tolerant of others: when these guys take over, we’ll be just fine.
The series is superbly entertaining. Watch it, don't watch it... I don't care but know this: that exorcism is going into my grimoire.
I'm also secretly hoping the Mother of Demons will usurp Satan and become the sole Queen of Hell. Hail Lilith!
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