Wynonna Earp & Wayhaught’s Wedding, Legacy and Future

“I don’t know if I’ve ever had a show with characters who live so close to me all of the time. Sometimes I dream about them.”

APRIL 09 2021 9:05 PM

BY MEY RUDE

‘Wynonna Earp’s Emily Andras on Wayhaught’s Wedding, Legacy and Future

*This post contains spoilers from the season four finale of Wynonna Earp.

After four groundbreaking seasons, Wynonna Earp came to an epic, laugh-out-loud, tear-inducing end last night, and it was everything we could’ve wanted from a finale (other than more Wynonna, but we’ll get back to that later).

While the crew and fans are still fighting to get the show picked up by another network, after four wild seasons, Wynonna Earp has aired its series finale on SYFY Friday. The episode had a WayHaught wedding, one last curse to deal with, confessions of love, family, and happy endings for Waverly, Wynonna, Nicole, Doc, Jeremy, and the whole family. 

“It feels heartbreaking to say goodbye, but like all things that are beautiful, sometimes they have to come to an end, and that’s what makes them special,” show creator Emily Andras tells Out. “I think that little bit of wistfulness, that little bit of a lemon in the cream just makes it that much sweeter, right? Happiness and joy are sometimes fleeting, and being able to say people got to experience that happiness and joy, and also hopefully gave it to a whole group of people, is once in a lifetime. And from a writer perspective, beyond my wildest dreams. So I just feel grateful, honestly. I’m grateful.”

Filming a finale can come with a lot of pressure to get everything right, but Andras said everything just seemed to line up — almost as if the lesbian and bisexual gods were smiling down on them. “It just happened to be the most sunny summer day. There were no clouds. You can hear the birds and smell the wildflowers,” she says of the day they filmed the wedding. “It was very magical, and everybody sort of felt the weight of it on our shoulders, but we also just had a lot of fun.”

When it came to writing vows for Waverly and Nicole, the words flowed out of her. “I will tell you a secret, and I do not say this to be arrogant: it was all so easy,” she says about writing the wedding. “I feel like this as an episode was not that hard to write, because I feel like I’ve been thinking about this day for these characters for a very long time. It didn’t seem too difficult to reach down into my soul, and hopefully their souls, and figure out what they would have said to one another.”

There was one special moment from the show that Andras couldn’t leave out of the vows: the infamous bulletproof vest that Nicole wore when she was shot in season one, bucking a decades-long tradition of showrunners killing off LGBTQ+ characters and letting fans know that this show was going to treat queer women differently.

While the episode with the bulletproof lesbian was written and filmed before Clexa and The 100 bury your gays controversy completely bubbled to the surface, a scene where a bisexual woman and lesbian confess their love to each other and neither die resonated with fans who were bitter at the time from seeing so many queer women killed on television.

“God, 2016, it feels like a long time ago, right? And yet it’s so fresh for all of us,” she says, remembering a year when 62 lesbian and bisexual women TV characters were killed. “I feel like I was very cognizant of that going into writing Wynonna Earp, because I had been writing for the community for a long time with Lost Girl and what have you. So I kind of understood that we couldn’t just blow away another lesbian. I just wasn’t going to ever write that type of show.”

Instead, she wrote the type of show where queer women get to be happy, and none of their angst comes from homophobia. That made all of the roles so much more relatable.

“I feel like the show started as one little thing, which was this crazy group of people running around the woods in Alberta, doing this crazy demon-hunting cowgirl show,” she says. “We weren’t sure anyone was going to get it. And then I would say that the fandom, The Earpers, have even become their own community now that I feel like we’re lucky to be a part of. They kind of created their own brand of kindness, of humor, of inclusivity”

That brand of kindness, humor and inclusivity, of family, became the center of the show and the community that sprung up around it. The final scene of the show was a nod to that family.

“I love that the last word of the series, potentially, is home,” Andras says. “And then I cannot watch the scene with all the mailboxes, ending on the sign that says ‘Everybody Welcome,’ because that’s what the love letter to the fandom should be, right? At the end of the day, whoever you are, whatever your gateway drug is to the show, whether it’s WayHaught or Wynonna or Jeremy or Doc or tentacle goo, you are welcome in this community. And the fans have always made us feel so welcome, and they really refueled my belief that kindness and love and humor can unite us all.”

She hopes that viewers take that lesson of building a loving family to heart. And that they learn that they can have a happy ending even if things aren’t exactly how you imagined them. “I think I’d be lying if I said I didn’t cry at the very end (of the episode), when WayHaught is discussing how happy they are, just to be home with one another with their wife,” Andras says. “Any happiness and joy you can find is worth fighting for. Perfection is overrated. It doesn’t have to be perfect. It just has to make you feel like living happily for the next day.”

Andras has never gotten as connected to a show as she has to Wynonna Earp. “I don’t know if I’ve ever had a show with characters who live so close to me all of the time. Sometimes I dream about them,” she says. “Even as time goes on, I find myself getting more excited about, like, what are Waverly and Nicole doing right now? Where are Wynonna and Doc? How’s Jeremy doing taking control of BBD, is he still dating that cute caterer? I think that the world is really rich, and if there’s ever another opportunity to revisit these characters, I think that would be really beautiful.”

She’s still holding out hope that someone picks them up for season five, but also loves the idea of “a movie or something, just revisiting them in five or ten years.” While she’s not ready to spoil any of the WayHaught dreams she’s had, she will tell us one thing. “Wherever they are,” she says, “I know they have one another.”

THE LESBIAN LAIR & OTHER DIRTY LITTLE SECRETS!

A half dozen story collection of lesbian women on the edge, lesbians with an attitude. From doctors, to private detectives these women give no quarter and expect none in return.

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This six story collection of girls on the edge, lesbians with an attitude and all around women who give no quarter and expect none includes:

Vengeance Is Mine
A married woman in an illicit affair with another younger woman and a police detective who had made it her own personal mission to get rid of each and every morally corrupt person in her city, find themselves on a collision course that’s sure to end in a gruesome murder.

The Snake Tattoo
Xavier, a married dentist comes home from work early and finds his wife in the arms of her lover. A woman!

Life Passing Before Your Eyes
Audrey Simms learns firsthand the true meaning of the old adage about ‘Your life passing before your eyes.’ when you are about to face death.

The Intern Interlude
Pam and Emma meet at a mountain lake resort, Pam is an intern at a local hospital and she falls for Emma the owner of the hottest bar in the resort area.

Princess Dreams
Jenn idolizes Kaitlyn. Kaitlyn has moved on. In spite of that Jenn still dreams and fantasizes obsessively about one day reuniting with his Dream Princess.

She Called No One
A closeted 18 year old, Erin Slater, had lusted after her oblivious friend Jessica for years. It takes a personal tragedy for Erin to catch her friends attention.

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A COVERT AFFAIR

NATO Spy Honey Barrett is taking some much needed leave time, and indulging herself with some playtime with Nina a cute massage therapist.

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Assigned to a hot spot is some obscure country in the northern Balkan’s, Honey Barrett has completed her mission and is taking some leave time to recuperate and get a little R & R. While treating herself to an erotic massage, she is fallen under the spell of the expert skills of her massage therapist, Nina and is looking for a lot more time with the cute local girl.

When Nina has finished with Honey, she tells her client to soak a bit in their hot tub and she will be along to join her once she changes out of her work clothes. But somewhere along the way, Honey gets quicky to the hot tub okay, but Nina seems to take forever to join her and the spy starts to get alarmed.

However, just as she begins to check on the masseuse, the sexy girl climbs into the warm water right beside her. So glad she has finally arrived, Honey never thinks to asks what caused Nina’s delay. Rather the two start to frolic in the warm soothing water. It isn’t long and Honey soon realizes she should have asked Nina what took her so long.

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FINDING HER VIRTUE

Virginal eighteen year old Cinnamon, embarks on a journey that begins along the paths of a Renaissance Faire. There she meets a beautiful giant woman in a gold robe, offering her an exquisite ornate box. Her asking price, Cinnamon would learn later was much higher than she would ever imagine.

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Eighteen year old Cinnamon arrives home from a Renaissance Faire with a beautiful jewel box, that she purchased at quite a discount. Surprisingly all the vendor asked was for Cinnamon to go behind a tent curtain with her. The price seemed reasonable and although Cinnamon passed out behind the curtain forgetting everything that happened, the tall lady had her box ready for her when she woke up.

Cinnamon learns once she get it home the box was not what it seemed. Gone from inside as the lush black velvet lining, and in its place was a whirling mist that confused the young girl. While she is watching the insides of the box transfixed, the beautiful giant woman in the gold robe emerges from the whirling mist.

The tall woman, who told the young girl to call her Cherry, reveals that she is in fact the embodiment of the  girls virginity. The actual box is merely an illusion. The woman, Cherry is there to help Cinnamon to find her virginity, knowing its importance to her.

Cinnamon balks at the woman’s word, emphatically telling her that she needs no help in finding her virginity, because she has never lost it. Cherry, in a series of wild erotic demonstrations, shows the young girl that the possession of virginity is more metaphysical than physiological or biological. Over time, the odyssey becomes a search for the Holy Grail rather than virtue.

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INTO THIN AIR

Louise and Flora are forced to stay in an apartment while their home is fumigated, what Louis sees from the bedroom window across the courtyard there, convinces her something is not right between the older Asian woman and the young blonde staying with her.

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Flora and Louise have been living together for some months. The two met in a lez bar and were drawn to each other quite quickly. Soon they moved in together. Unfortunately, their new apartment needed repairs so they were offered an apartment of a friend in Chinatown for a few nights.

They found out soon the air conditioning in the Chinatown apartment didn’t work and did what they could to alleviate the oppressive heat. As it turned out, Flora had to leave for the evening to give a lecture, leaving Louise in her panties looking out her bedroom window at the apartment across the courtyard.

What she sees, seems a riddle to her. There’s an older attractive Asian woman and a cute young blonde teen that appears on first sight to be held against her will. What Louise witnesses next really clouds the issue, as the young girl submits to some of the most lascivious treatment at the hands of the older woman.

The action aroused Louise and becomes transfixed on the woman and girl as they seem to perform a macabre repertoire of sexual wantonness. But Louise is jolted out of her erotic reverie by first, Flora coming home, and second by the Asian woman discovering that Louise has been watching the two.

Louise calls to Flora to look at the disgusting scene, but when Flora gets up to look, the apartment window across the court yard has its blinds pulled down. The action is soon forgotten by the two lusty roommates and they climb in bed for the night. Apparently the last of that puzzling situation.

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A Rose Is Still A Rose

JANUARY 18, 2021|IN BISEXUAL|BY CHARLOTTE DINGLE

Three female-spectrum people explain their feelings about the words bisexual and pansexual.

Labelling has always been a veritable minefield for the LGBTQ+ community, and no more so than today, when the gamut of terms to describe different sexualities and sexual identities is larger than ever. However, there is always mileage in returning to look at some of those original terms which gave birth to the rest of our ever-increasing rainbow. One key objection to the term “bisexual” (and, more recently, “pansexual”) is the fact that where “lesbian” and “gay” do not carry the suffix “sexual”, these words do. On the face of it this may not seem a big deal, but to a group frequently accused of sexual excess and inability to commit, it can seem a slap in the face.

The term “lesbian” refers, of course, to the Isle of Lesbos, where the poet Sappho penned heartfelt verses to her female lovers, arguably becoming the first “lesbian” writer in history. “Gay”, despite its eventual etymological relationship to promiscuity and sexual immorality, still brings to mind for most ideas of happiness and flamboyancy. But “bisexual” (and its newer cousin “pansexual”) perhaps carry a stark suggestion that sex is the primary motivating factor for those attracted to more than one gender. There is no love or lightheartedness inherent in the words “bisexual” or “pansexual” – they are, to some people’s minds, simply clinical terms which seem to imply that people who identify as these orientations are inspired primarily by sex when it comes to choosing a partner.

Aimee, 32, is a solicitor from London. “The term ‘lesbian’ is romantic,” she sighs. “It comes from a poet, it’s undeniably linked to love. ‘Gay’ originally meant happy. There’s poetry in both terms but ‘bisexual’? That just comes straight out of a medical dictionary as far as I’m concerned.” Aimee dislikes the word “bisexual” so much that she prefers to call herself “queer”, saying: “It’s a reclaimed slur, and I like the playfulness of it. It suggests eccentricity as well as sexual orientation. Problem is, it’s only really been properly reclaimed by certain sectors of the LGBT community. Everyone assumes I’m a lesbian if I use it and then I’m back to square one.”

Jennifer, 25, is a merchandise buyer from Michigan. “I don’t mind using the words ‘pansexual’ or ‘bisexual’,” she says. “But I admit it would be nicer if we had less, well, stark terminology to describe what we are. However, people recognize the existing terms. Unfortunately to try and change them now would probably damage our visibility.” Jennifer is particularly concerned about the “fight” between those who identify as “pansexual” and those who identify as “bisexual”. “There’s a big debate in our community between the many who consider both terms to mean the same – as in an attraction to more than one gender – and those who reject this theory. It’s such a waste of time and airspace and it just makes us look even shallower to those outside the debate. We’re useless divided.”

“I’d like to come up with a really cute term for us,” laughs Mikki, a non-binary art student from Quebec. “Maybe ‘butterflies’ or something. I don’t know. I can’t say that the ‘sexual’ suffix you’ve asked about really bothers me that much, but now you mention it, it doesn’t really seem fair. I know damn well that bi folk are seen as sleeping around and stuff, and not capable of romance, so anything that perpetuates that isn’t going to help.” Mikki has even launched an art project to tackle biphobic stereotypes, although it isn’t far enough along to share a link with Curve/LOTL. “I feel like part of the reason we’re added on with a big ‘sexual’ on the end is that we aren’t taken seriously,” they say. “We’re able to appear ‘straight’ so whatever we do outside of that is just for a kick and nothing else.”

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With Lust in Their Eyes

With Lust in Their Eyes is a collection six hardnosed women in a man’s world. The cast includes Christie the government agent, Kennedy the photojournalist, Nikki the undercover cop, Anya the double agent, Monica a good cop gone bad, and finally Teri a classic film noire Private Eye.

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Life Imitating Art

Christie Evans, a covert operative for a government agency, is investigating the adult video industry and gets entangled in a messy romance with a young porn star.

Picture Perfect

Photo journalist Kennedy Nixon loses her expensive camera and case. A frantic search come up empty; but miraculously it is returned the next day, but it now contains a mysterious picture she didn’t take and the picture haunts her for several days.

Sexual Justice Warrior

As an undercover female cop, Nikki is required to do a lot of questionable things. But what gang boss Bonnie Bucci, asks her to do is over the top.

Double Crossed Messenger by Candice Christian

Anya Grey is a spy. Code named: Lolita. A rising star in the espionage world, her career hits a snag when she tries to buy classified information from a brutal lesbian spy Brandie. It seems Brandie has an ax to grind.

Vengeance Is Mine

A married woman in an illicit affair with another younger woman and a police detective who had made it her own personal mission to get rid of each and every morally corrupt person in her city, find themselves on a collision course that’s sure to end in a gruesome murder.

Lesbian Undercover

Teri Baxter has just opened her Private Investigator’s Office and surprisingly she has her first client. Little knowing the client and her case, would change Teri’s life forever.

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SHE CALLED NO ONE!

A closeted 18 year old, Erin Slater, had lusted after her oblivious friend Jessica for years. It takes a personal tragedy for Erin to catch her friends attention.

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Erin Slater is a shy, teen with a lesbian crush on her school friend. The crush goes unnoticed by the friend, Jessica. As Erin gets older her fantasies about Jessica become intensely erotic and lead to obsessive self-pleasuring. The lascivious activity allows her to escape the stark reality of her home life and her lack friendship.

Erin and her over bearing mother have a very tumultuous relationship, her mother dominates her daughter with fear and abuse. On the flip side Erin’s famous father Sean is forced to be away from home for extended periods of time is a loving father but unaware of his wife’s abuse of Erin. When Sean commits suicide Erin fears her world has ended. No one loves her now.

Resigned to the notion that Jessica only views her as a friend, Erin is amazed when Jessica invites her over to spend the day with her watching movies and doing homework. Erin comes to the conclusion Jessica is only being sympathetic to her since her father recently committed suicide. Something that has created a deep sense of depression for Erin.

Once Erin arrives at Jessica home, the day becomes an epiphany for both girls. Jessica revealing she is not the girl Erin thought she was, and Erin learns she must take charge of her life.

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THINGS LESBIANS FIND SEXY

THOUGH THE ARTICLE IS A BIT DATED, NOTHING MUCH HAS CHANGED IN WHAT IS SEXY!

SUBTLE SEDUCTION: LITTLE THINGS LESBIANS FIND SEXY, IN THEIR OWN WORDS

BERLIN SYLVESTREDECEMBER 3, 2013

Berlin Sylvestre is Out Front’s Editor.

There’s no greater topic to get a room full of lesbians atwitter than to ask them what subtle things on a woman they find attractive.

Frankly, it was difficult to compile this without including some of my own suggestions, but with all the answers I garnered from some eager Sapphos I wouldn’t have had room for them anyway. Here are my favorite twenty responses to the question, “What are some of the subtle things women do that are really hot?”

“I think it’s so hot when a woman has her hair up, but those little wisps of hair are coming out … like she’s been too busy to fix it and doesn’t care. And the super-fine curls on the neck are like a little lion mane are hot, too.”

“I love when a woman takes her long hair out of a hair tie and shakes her head to loosen it all.”

“No, as she’s putting it up and has the hair tie in her mouth so she can use both hands to grab her hair. And then she arches her back so much that her shirt comes up. Over!”

“I think a woman running her hands through short hair is sexy, like if she’s fresh out of the shower and applying product.”

“I have a co-worker whose back is always to me, and when she gets stressed out she rubs the back of her neck. Her hair is always up so I can see every bit of this and it’s really [expletive] hot.”

“When a woman stretches and arches her back so that her ass pokes out, yesss.”

“I dated a ballet dancer who always walked [soundlessly] on her tip toes. I thought that was hot in a strange way.”

“Bare feet and pajama pants on a hardwood floor gets me.”

“Is it weird that bony little knees is a turn-on? I love almost too-thin legs.”

“It’s so sexy when you can see her bra through her thin T-shirt.”

“It’s sexy when you can tell through her T-shirt she’s cold — you know what I mean. It’s like, ‘I know what you’re looking at’ and the fact that she’s OK with it is even sexier.”

“If her boob touches me in the slightest way, whether intentional or accidental, I’m done. I like to think that it’s always intentional, though.”

“I was paired up with a beautiful girl in high school for a project, and we’d meet at my house to do our work. She fell asleep on my couch for about 45 minutes, and when she woke up, she looked at me smiling and stretching. I thought, OK, that’s it. I’m in love.”

“A girl with elegant hands has always done it for me. Long fingers, beautiful nails.”

“I love a woman with rough hands. If she has callouses and bites her nails, I think she’s good in bed.”

“When a woman speaks with her hands! Like she’s conducting music.”

“The top couple buttons undone — especially if I can see her collarbones and a great necklace.”

“Just wear glasses. Glasses are sexy.”

“The sound of her high heels.”

“No heels for me, thank you. Some work boots, jeans, a sports bra, and no shirt. If you can throw a motorcycle somewhere in there, I’m a happy woman.”

CURVED HIPS and RUBY LIPS

The story of three girls from Florida and their coming of age; their experimentation with lesbianism and the older women that influenced them.

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Kelsey for all intents and purposes was an orphan, raised by a girl friend of her absentee father. Her mother died not long after giving birth to Kelsey. The woman that raised her, Mikki, was bisexual and lived with her lesbian lover Margot. Whether it was nurture or nature, Kelsey ultimately leaned a bit to the sapphic side of sex.

Kelsey befriends an older woman, Lena, who officially bring her lesbian inclinations to the forefront. As is natural, Kelsey can’t wait to share her new knowledge with her best friend Brooke.

Brooke started out in a traditional family. A working father, a stay at home mother. However her father’s infidelity breaks the family apart and her comfortable home is lost and she has to cope with being a latchkey kid when mom moves them to an apartment and gets a job outside the home.

Left alone, Brooke gravitates toward an older woman, Alexa, a doll collector, and a lesbian. Alexa slowly brings Brooke over to the lesbian lifestyle while her mother worked long hours.

It was little wonder Brooke was receptive to Kelsey’s overtures for girl-girl sex. Brooke soon sees a bigger picture and dreams of bringing Angie, a sexy Latina that hangs with them at the beach, into their secret sorority of Sappho.

The three girls find a willing ally, in Alexa, by providing a place to meet, make love and even occasionally join in their parties. They put a purchase to the phrase ‘two’s company and three’s a crowd’ or even four!

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