v-e-l-v-e-t-g-o-l-d-m-i-n-e:

Your day is always improved when you remember that once Kira Nerys threw a cup in Dukat’s face


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"As we mourn Abrams’ macho Trek obliteration, it’s a good time to revisit Voyager, at once the most Star Trek-ian of accomplishments and the most despised object of fanboy loathing in the franchise’s nearly 50-year history. From 1995-2001, it offered American audiences something never seen before or since: a series whose lead female characters’ agency and authority were the show. It was a rare heavy-hardware science fiction fantasy not built around a strong man, and more audaciously, it didn’t seem to trouble itself over how fans would receive this. On Voyager, female authority was assumed and unquestioned; women conveyed sexual power without shame and anger without guilt. Even more so than Buffy, which debuted four years later, it was the most feminist show in American TV history."

Now, “Voyager”: in praise of the Trekkiest “Trek” of all | Balder and Dash | Roger Ebert

This fascinating series review might re-frame your whole evaluation of Voyager.

If you’re into that kind of thing.

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A fascinating reflection by Ian Grey on Voyager’s unparalleled ability to destabilize the expected gender/racial order, and the disappointment we have at having seen nothing like it since.

Flying in the face of that are the women of Voyager. No matter what psychological damage or tragic history they had to overcome, they always were what they were, not what they suffered from. What Trek fans who dislike Voyager are feeling might not actually be hate. It may be more like an aggravated fear verging on outright panic that a type of TV heroine that that they thought had been eliminated or marginalized in the years since the series ended won’t be forgotten, and could rise again.

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captain-coffeebean:

janeway/torres + quotes
→ [1x03] [1x10] [2x13] [3x15] [5x01] [5x03] [5x08] [5x21]

gloriousunderstanding look at this!

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Favourite superhero? — Anonymous

Oh wow, this is a hard question. I’m going to cheat a little and pick one plus a runner up from Marvel and from D.C. My favourite Marvel superhero is Storm from the x-men with Hawkeye as a close runner up and my favourite D.C. superhero is Batwoman (primarily the new 52 incarnation) with Katana as a close runner up. For  Storm and Hawkeye I like them in both the comics and the movies, even though they were presented quite differently. For Batwoman and Katana, it’s entirely comic book character love.

I just typed this out and realised that you may not have been referring to standard comic book superheroes, but anybody who fits the superhero role? In which case my favourite is Sailor Mars, hands down. 

transboytomparis:

i feel like i have just brought a terrible evil into the world


tamorapierce:

jdmejia04:

amoralovesfood:

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how many times have i quoted this movie

not enough

I have been known to utter these selfsame words upon moments of great trial myself, when they have provided great easement to my burdened soul.

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castle + one emoji per episode

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agatharights:

This is one of my favorite episodes of TNG


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spicyshimmy:

and i would trek 500 stars and i would trek 500 more

Just to be the one who trekked 1,000 stars to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no one has gone before.


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riker-wears-a-skant:

fuck-kirk:

smarchit:

if i die young bury me in a starfleet uniform

hell if i die old fuckin bury me in a starfleet uniform

If I die, stick me in an empty photon torpedo and launch me at the Genesis Planet.


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