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My dad was saying how Star Trek wasn't about social issues, specifically gay rights, and I'm sitting there like; you remember that episode of Next Generation where the species weren't meant to have a gender or fall in love and RIKER FUCKIN FELL IN LOVE AND THEY HAD A RELATIONSHIP AND THE ALIEN IDENTIFIED AS FEMALE! TELL ME THATS NOT ABOUT GAY RIGHTS

My dad was saying how Star Trek wasn't about social issues, specifically gay rights, and I'm sitting there like; you remember that episode of Next Generation where the species weren't meant to have a gender or fall in love and RIKER FUCKIN FELL IN LOVE AND THEY HAD A RELATIONSHIP AND THE ALIEN IDENTIFIED AS FEMALE! TELL ME THATS NOT ABOUT GAY RIGHTS

marissagarner:  Almost finished with this sucker! All I have left is the texturing and the lighting. =D

marissagarner: Almost finished with this sucker! All I have left is the texturing and the lighting. =D

Star Trek Women - number 5 and number 27 are both Diana Muldaur, same episode, same character, same hair, same costume, but with a red visor one time.  I'm glad they left a few out.

Star Trek Women - number 5 and number 27 are both Diana Muldaur, same episode, same character, same hair, same costume, but with a red visor one time. I'm glad they left a few out.

The last frame should have a thought bubble that reads, "Aye, ye pointy-eared know-it-all!"

The last frame should have a thought bubble that reads, "Aye, ye pointy-eared know-it-all!"

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