Dude, I was totally right about Lauren’s Magical Vagina necklace. “Lost Girl” showrunner and all-around lovely Canadian writer lady has confirmed that the gift Lauren gave to Bo was, indeed, a symbolic snatch. Essentially.
My “Lost Girl” finale recap made light of the necklace’s, um, anatomical similarities. And I guote:
“Before going to save her lady, Bo makes a quick pit stop to accessorize. She pauses to put on Lauren’s gift. It’s the necklace she found hidden in Lauren’s apartment. The necklace that looks an awful lot like, OK–I’m just going to say it, it looks like a vagina. Oh my freaking God, Lauren gave Bo a necklace of her Magical Vagina.”Clearly, someone has been shopping at the Georgia O’Keeffe Collection.
Well, the good news is it’s a symbolic vagina of shorts, because as Emily tweeted out, it is a labrys. Yes, a labrys, like the ancient Greek symbol for an axe and feminist symbol for female power and the lesbian symbol for, “Dude, I’m totally into chicks.” I mean, it’s the axe tattoo Violet admired on Corky’s arm in “Bound.” Come on.
The necklace was painstakingly designed by Exec. Producer J. Firestone, and is based on the labrys charm. And...— Emily Andras (@emtothea)February 21, 2014
...replicas of the necklace will soon be available for purchase, with proceeds going to a charity chosen by the#LostGirl cast.— Emily Andras (@emtothea) February 21, 2014
Thank you #LostGirl-ers, for your support; For giving us the freedom to love...and we do! Think you'll be pleased with the charity, too.— Emily Andras (@emtothea)February 21, 2014
Fine, so it wasn’t “technically” ladybits. But metaphorically. Yeah.
@dorothysnarker BOOM. Happy birthday. Forever.— Emily Andras (@emtothea) February 21, 2014
Though, for an axe those are really elongated