The consistent coding of witches as queer means a few things for queer visibility. On the one hand, like discussed above, depicting witches as queer is not as challenging or high-risk as coding human, central characters as queer. Coding witches as queer can be seen as a way to avoid potential anger from audiences or networks because previously marginalized characters may not be as important to these audiences. On the other hand, witches are everywhere. With shows like Charmed and Sabrina the Teenage Witch being rebooted, it shows that audiences are enjoying witch content. With more witch content comes the possibility of more queer characters in movies or on mainstream television. This means more opportunities for well-rounded presentations of queer characters that don’t die or kill.