Teresa Rapkin
Teresa Rapkin asked:

When Tate refers to herself as Lillith, which Lillith is she comparing herself to?

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Stylo Fantome I meant for Tate to be using it in a general, pop-culture-understanding-of-the-name kind of way, as in Lilith, first wife of Adam that mated with an archangel and was shunned by God, also generally accused of being a succubus and a demon. A strong-willed, sometimes hated woman, who was reported to like sex and didn't mind seducing men.

But really I guess it's open to interpretation - because according to myth she left Adam because he wouldn't let her be his sexual equal and she refused to be subservient to him, and then refused God and the angels' commands for her to go back to her husband.
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