It amazes me how much SJWs love to opine about how the “real spirit of Trek” is contained within these current iterations of licensed Star Trek fanfiction, in which they’re all about pushing as many types of degenerate sex and mental illnesses of “genders” as possible.
Trek used to be about exploration of the stars, true wonders above anything humans could imagine, and now it’s about diminishing every life of humanity into its most basic of sexual instincts and trying to shout crude words as loudly as possible (yes, they’re now dropping f-bombs on Gender Trek).
They do this under the guise of quotes about “differences”, which is where they make their mistake:
“Star Trek was an attempt to say that humanity will reach maturity an wisdom on the day that it begins not just to tolerate, but take a special delight in differences in ideas and differences in life forms.” -Gene Roddenberry
There’s differences. There’s ideas. But not all differences and ideas are equal, not all are worthy of attention at all let alone applause, and unfortunately, modern television writers are not people who would have even been in consideration during the original Trek days, where Gene Roddenberry hired the best of science fiction writers to try to create a truly exceptional show, different than everything else out there.
Current Gender Trek is just trying to be the same as everything out there.
But moreover, the hailed visionary Roddenberry was not a man who treated genders equally. Let’s pretend there are two genders for a moment and see his thoughts toward the fairer sex:
“you’d never want to let women actually get into power. All women are cunts, and you can’t trust them [p. 241].” The network couldn’t keep his mistress out of the series in spite of her lack of acting ability. Majel Barrett kept showing up as Nurse Chapel. “No one liked her acting,” said Herb Solow. “She got the part because she was Roddenberry’s woman [p. 65].”
Gosh. It’s like he never intended any of this talk at all.