Where no (wo)man will go again?

It’s fitting. Women were the driving force behind the petitions to keep Star Trek on the air. Many of the most prominent fans were women, running a myriad [..]

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The Politics of Star Trek

I probably should have had this article done a couple of weeks ago, but things have been pretty hectic lately. It is Election Season here in the US, and that means our decisions determine the future of civilization as we know it. …or does it? [..]

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Type II Discovery Phaser, Anovos Info & How To 3D Print Your Own

A little over 4 days ago Anovos announced the release of the fully interactive Type II Discovery Phaser replica, and judging from the fact they have already sold out waves 1 & 2 (total of 100 units) this is a much sort after item. [..]

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Spock’s Siblings -The Sons And Daughters Of Sarek

This past weekend was San Diego Comic-Con, and for the uninitiated, it’s sort of like the nerd version of the draft. While actors and talent aren’t chosen based [..]

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Star Trek: Discovery, Boldly Go Where No Star Trek Series Has Gone Before

Ever since Star Trek first aired on television sets back in 1966 with the Original Series, we have been exposed to diversity. Lieutenant Nyota Uhura portrayed by Nichelle Nichols [..]

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Asexuality in Star Trek

Hello, my name is Emma and I am a member of Starfleet and the Tactical Officer on the USS Merlin (Region 20), During my research, I was able to find a few different [..]

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