Wynonna Earp Actress ‘Dominique Provost-Chalkley’ Comes Out As Queer

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The British-Canadian actress, Dominique Provost-Chalkley, who played the title character on supernatural horror series Wynonna Earp, has publicly came out as queer in a heartfelt blog post on her 30th birthday.

Spoke about her sexuality for the first time in a powerful and heartfelt Blog post on Start the Wave.

Provost-Chalkley rose to fame in 2015 when she played the role of Waverly Earp on series Wynonna Earp, who dates a woman on the show.

“At the ripe old age of 30, I have come to realize that the “journey to happiness” is in fact a lifelong balancing act,” said the actress on blog Start the Wave. Start the Wave is focused on building an inclusive online community that empowers individuals to find their unique path to create positive change.



Queer Dominique Provost wrote on blog : “I am queer. I am into ALL humans. I guess maybe I am just really into love? Who knows? But finally…I am OUT.”

“At the ripe old age of 30, I have come to realize that the “journey to happiness” is in fact a lifelong balancing act. There is no perfect final destination, but a series of wonderful milestones we collect along the way.”

“I feel we’ve created a world that doesn’t encourage us to explore who we are; to experiment, look inwards, work out what shoes fit, and then express freely. We have created a world that tells us we should be a certain way.

“fluidity in gender and sexuality is on some way wrong” and said as a queer woman, she finds it “a really heartbreaking and confusing “truth” to get my head around.”


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“I was attracted to girls… but I also liked boys?! Well, confusion is an understatement – and confusion brought me right up into my head – to a voice that wasn’t always kind to me. She said.

You can read her full blog post here. http://www.startthewave.org/rainbow-waves/

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