Look at that. A female character who not only asserts her position in a potentially sexual encounter, she does it for her own well-being.
She knows damn well that Will is no good for her, and she no good for him, and she says so.
Alana manages to escape the terrible female cliche of “I shouldn’t…but I’m going to anyway because that’s how writers write women and it’s dramatic, right?”
I’M JUST REALLY PROUD OF ALANA BLOOM FOR BEING LIKE “YOU’RE SO FINE, BUT THIS IS BAD FOR ME, AND I CAN’T” GOOD FOR HER SHE’S NOT AFRAID
IF ANY HATERS CROP UP FROM THAT SCENE I SWEAR