My name is Heather. I'm a 20-year-old from Canada.
I like diet coke and risotto.
WE HAVE A WAFFLE MAKER
AND SOMETHING WITH WHICH WE CAN MAKE SMOOTHIES
WHY HAVE WE NOT BEEN USING THESE ITEMS
is it bad that when a character has no specified sexuality I immediately imagine that they are gay
A lot of people have pointed out to me that, if you watch the entire JJ Abrams interview with Jon Stewart, he goes on to talk about how much he came to love Star Trek as an adult, and that the viewer is left with the impression that he truly gets what Star Trek is about.
I didn’t watch the whole interview, but just saw the gifset that I reblogged. I stand by what I said: the whole point of Star Trek is that it’s about more than aliens and robots and cool space battles. Star Trek is unique in science fiction — certainly science fiction on television in the 1960s — in that it was always about something more than phasers and transporters and Captain Kirk using his fists and his wits to defeat hostile aliens before he nailed the green alien lady of the week.
When I worked on JJ’s first Trek movie, I got the impression that he genuinely loved Star Trek, and really got what it was all about. I should have watched the entire interview before I pulled out my Jump To Conclusions mat, and I regret that I didn’t. I hope anyone who was upset at me or drew the same erroneous conclusion I did understands that I care deeply about Star Trek, and sometimes my heart gets ahead of my brain where it’s concerned.
Just think about how sometimes at night, Spock prime sits down at night with his cup of tea or whatever and chuckles lightly to himself
they have to go get the whales
no see lesbians are not more accepted than gay men they’re more sexualized please do not get those 2 things confused