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If You Loved the Hex Girls Growing Up, You're Probably Queer Now

If You Loved the Hex Girls Growing Up, You're Probably Queer Now

If You Loved the Hex Girls Growing Up, You're Probably Queer Now

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The Hex Girls are nothing short of iconic.

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From their signature witch-punk look and vibe to their impressive and seductive vocals, these eco-goths (who were first introduced to the world in the 1999 film Scooby Doo and the Witch's Ghost) were the band that everybody (but mostly queers) wished actually existed. So...why no spin-off?

Seriously, this song is such a bop.

Can’t forget about this one either.

Bet ya didn’t remember this one! Despite never getting their own spinoff, the iconic coven of rockstar witches have become queer icons in their own right. And that's pretty crazy considering they were technically considered side characters in the Scooby Doo franchise and never formally released any music.

Everything about them resonated with the queer kids growing up. They were the spooky-chic, badass, rockstar queens we needed, and their influence on pop culture is undeniable. Heck, my Hex Girls obsession certainly sparked my own personal gay awakening...and according to queer Twitter, I’m not the only one.

It’s really too bad the trio never had their own show or movie. They have their own merch, their own fandom, and not to mention that their hit song, "I’m a Hex Girl," has over 13 million views on YouTube.

So...where’s our real life equivalent? The queers have spoken!

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Peter Carboni

Peter Carboni is a 23-year-old, Brookyln-based content creator and social media strategist from Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Short list of things he loves: iced coffee, his dogs, other people’s dogs, and making memes.

Peter Carboni is a 23-year-old, Brookyln-based content creator and social media strategist from Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Short list of things he loves: iced coffee, his dogs, other people’s dogs, and making memes.