Xena Warrior Princess was a groundbreaking 1990s show with an obvious lesbian couple as the leads that played to a geek culture and some mainstream appeal from time to time.
from my original blog (update to that blog: I am lesbian divorced several years now)
a season by episode review of when the lesbian storyline began. (the pilot)
Lucy Lawless was the first celeb of the internet era and only Elvis Presley had more fan pages.
this link on this blog is all of the Xena Seasons in one big post!
Lucy Lawless and Rene O’Connor overlapped with Buffy The Vampire Slayer- who was able to have the Willow and Tara storyline.
Transgender stories in Ancient Greece and a range of queer characters appeared in the Xena world, including playing subtext as overtext, winking to the fans in the know.
Peak controversy was the Xena and Gabby in India episodes.
Oddly, no one realized that the Hercules and Xena world pitted pantheons vs pantheons, and ended in monotheism. Deities hold power in the lands where they have bodies who worship; some lands preferring personified forces, animal spirits or merely energy.
Inter-Faithing Religions The Kraken is actually from Norse Mythology, but was merged with Greek in the Clash of the Titans 1980. in the 1990s, Xena the Warrior Princess valkyried and slayed greek and other gods Kevin Sorbo: From Greek God … Continue reading