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geekboots:

le-le-lestrade:

dhampirkhaleesi:

My mom used to write smutty Kirk/Spock fanfiction back in the 80’s so I’m like a second generation smut writer.

so you’re the next generation smut writer

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wearingpeople:

gotnothinleft:

aaandnowtheweather:

gotnothinleft:

angry social justice kirk

You people are so fucking insane wtf is this shit like okay good points but of all of the mascots you chose it’s mr ‘fuck every alien with boobies’ and sprinkle leaves on his head yall need a professional helping you live

WHOO OKAY i really didn’t want to start a fight or offend anybody but i just sort of had to address this because i’m sorry, but you’re sort of wrong about… most of this.

for one, tossing about ‘you people are so fucking insane’ is just a little bit ruder than you really should have been to people who were in no way attacking you or anything you stand for.  also, “yall need a professional helping you live”.  be polite, please.

for two, “like okay good points”—yes.  yes, they are good points.  and all of them were taken from actual the original series star trek canon except the last one, which i just chucked on because it’s my personal pet peeve.  kirk was, throughout the entirety of tos, always an advocate for everyone’s equality and sexual justice, although occasionally he’s somewhat patronizing, which i personally am willing to attribute to the writers.  who, you know, were writing it in 1966.

for three, “of all of the mascots you chose it’s mr ‘fuck every alien with boobies’”.  that’s just… straight-up wrong.  for one, he just didn’t, although i think we can all agree he had a hell of a lot of sex.  which, you know, is okay.  because of that last one on the list.  however, all the sex was consensual and none of it involved the women being treated as objects.  so… he can’t really be faulted for having a lot of casual sex.  because it isn’t demeaning to him or to the women he sleeps with.  additionally, i’d like to point out ‘the naked time’ as an episode which disproves that theory, because, near the end of that, he’s telling spock, ‘have you noticed my yeoman? she’s very beautiful.  you’re allowed to notice her.  i’m not.’ he has boundaries.  and, apparently, workplace ethics.  which he sticks to rather fiercely.

in fact, the one instance of kirk touching a woman in a nonconsensual manner was in ‘the enemy within’, wherein the evil half of kirk accosted yeoman rand.  that was a very pointed piece of writing.  the evil half.  every episode of tos was meant to have a moral, and that one had several, one of which was it’s barbaric and terrible to rape, and civilized, good men don’t do it.

so, i think i actually chose a pretty good mascot.  because kirk does exemplify all of the things i’m making him out to exemplify.  in fact, if anything, spock’s the sexist one.  here’s a good essay on it.  enjoy.

four, “sprinkle leaves on his head”—that’s 100% not photoshop.  he was actually wearing that in ‘plato’s stepchildren’, which was the episode in which he and uhura shared the first interracial kiss on television.  also, a great example of kirk being a fucking badass in every way, including social justice-y ways.

i suspect you get the impression of kirk as a womanizing asshole from the reboots, but in tos, he was actually just a very sexual person.

hope i haven’t offended.  thanks for reading.

/dances in circles on your face singing THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS at maximum volume

renirabbit:

fearliath:

do-i-smell-watermelon:

the bend

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and slap

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I don’t even watch Star Trek but that is the most graceful bitchslap I have ever seen.

this is amazing

vulcanblood:

scribbles-and-slash:

jesus fucking christ look at all that fog its like the cover to their boy band album i am so fucking done

i was bored and i had photoshop

amayakumiko:

thetrekkiehasthephonebox:

Christopher: A woman?
Kirk: A crewman.

OH LOOK AT THAT THE 1960S

AND SHE’S IN COMMAND GOLD FUCKERS.

She’s not in Medical blue, a caretaking, feminine role.  

Those in Gold were either OFFICERS, NAVIGATORS, PILOTS, TACTICAL OFFICERS, or WEAPONS SPECIALISTS.  

Things that he would have known to be masculine roles.

Two Seconds, and that extra said so much.