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Star Trek has cultivated a reputation as the optimistic, intellectual science fiction franchise over its 52 years. Starfleet is ostensibly a military organization, but its main aim is exploration, discovering new life and new civilizations to better understand the universe and the people in it. Forget about the Klingons, the Romulans, even Khan; there is no more terrifying villain in all of Star Trek than the Borg.
Vulcan genitalia particularly male has been a subject of great fannish interest for many decades. In the zine Grup 1, there were articles and diagrams by fans that attempted to inform the curious about both male and female "private parts. Vulcan female genitalia, a rare topic, from Grup 1
And yet! As I learned in a Women in Literature course nearly two decades ago, fan-fic was invented by Trekkies longing to see Kirk and Spock boldly go where they only subtextually went onscreen, and until literally three years ago, the franchise has remained mostly content to keep its characters straight on their streets and queer in our sheets. Luckily, we all have very active imaginations and also, just for the record, as a child I attended a Star Trek Convention in the aptly named Romulus, Michigan. Thus, it eventually came time for us to turn our keen minds towards an important project: ranking every Star Trek character by lesbianism.
Set in the future, the original Star Trek series showed us a time where the cultural and racial tensions of the present day were long gone. Episodes commented on war, science, even religion. However, one thing the franchise has always struggled with has been the depiction of sexuality.
Star Trek —called Star Trek: The Original Series to distinguish it from its successors, is a legendary science fiction television series created by Gene Roddenberry that has thus far spawned five live-action spinoff series, one animated series, twelve feature films six featuring the entire original castand numerous written works both professionally published novels and amateur "fan-fiction". It features "the voyages of the starship Enterprise " and her crew, with Captain James T. Misattributed [ edit ] Beam me up, Scotty.
The Enterprise crew is intoxicated by an inhibition-stripping contagion that causes mayhem throughout the ship. The USS Enterprise orbits the planet Psia world that was much like Earth in its distant past, tasked to observe the planet 's impending disintegration. Lieutenant Commander Spock and Lieutenant Junior Grade Joe Tormolen beam down in environmental suits to a frozen surface laboratory and investigate the horrific deaths of the lab's scientists.
Written by John D. Black and directed by Marc Danielsit first aired on September 29, In the episode, a strange affliction infects the crew of the Enterprisedestroying their inhibitions.
It'll blow people's minds when Data gets drunk, because he's normally not drunk! In that one previous episode! Quite why anyone felt that the best way to ease us into our second adventure with the new Trek cast was to throw in an episode where everyone acts vastly out of character, I'll never quite understand, but perhaps there's value in understanding the characters' various neuroses early on.