We discuss the mythological origins and depictions of the succubus and how succubi are portrayed on Lost Girl with regard to issues of sexual consent.
We reveal some of our Lost Girl “favorites,” including our favorite recurring and guest characters, Big Bad, and favorite case that Bo took. This episode is a compilation of several short episodes we produced as part of our 30 Days of Lost Girl series in which we answered a bunch of questions about Lost Girl.
We talk about some scenes that made us happy as part of our 30 Days of Lost Girl series in which we answer a bunch of questions about Lost Girl. Tell us a moment that made you happy in the comments!
In these bits of conversation left over from our episode about The Dark Fae, we discuss some minor Dark Fae characters as well as another example of Light Fae exploiting humans similarly to how Dark Fae often have. We also discuss Bo’s position as the unaligned succubus in the Light/Dark system a bit more and the concept of Light and Dark territories as well as clans.
Here’s a collection of links that might be of interest to Lost Girl fans that we stumbled upon recently. Interviews, Etc. Kris Holden-Ried on George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight […]
Kenzi is the ultimate snarky sidekick, always there for Bo with a witty remark or hug, and her relationship with Bo is often cited to be the core of Lost Girl. We discuss Kenzi’s humanity as her “superpower,” her relationships (and their importance) with others on the show, and the possibility of Kenzi becoming Fae.
Lost Girl has been applauded for its positive, inclusive portrayal of sexuality. Using show creator Michelle Lovretta’s rules about how sexuality should be portrayed as a guideline, we discuss how Lost Girl embraces a no slut-shaming attitude toward its characters. We talk about the strong no slut-shaming themes in “The Mourning After,” Bo participating in threesomes, both male and female characters being instigators, and more.