I see all this anti-Season 3 redo stuff all over and I'm just befuddled.
Those are seriously my faces in reaction.
Before I start my rant, I feel I need to say this:
I’m not promoting Kurtofsky, nor degrading Klaine, I’m just trying to get this seen to the proper places, because this needs to be said.
A Serious Grievance Regarding Vulcan Biology
Something about Vulcan biology has been plaguing me for a while now, and I can no longer stand by silently while this travesty continues.
Vulcans have green blood.
Therefor their mucous membranes—as well as any flesh with commonly inadequate or reduced pigmentation cells—should be green.
Lips, gums, inner mouth, sinuses, nail beds, nipples, sexual organs…all should be varying degrees of green.
Yet—while we’ve admittedly never seen Vulcan sexual organs—it can be confirmed that none of these other anatomical fixtures are in any way verdant. They are all a rosy pink. And that bothers me. It’s a biological fallacy; downright illogical.
I don’t care if it was the late 1960s. My inner biology nerd demands vindication, damn it.
Edit: Someone has given me evidence of child!Spock’s blood being green and that has assuaged a portion of my nerd rage. I apologize for my error in that regard. The rest, however, remains a serious grievance.
Tumblr's view of LGBT allies.
I find tumblr’s view of LGBT allies to be disgusting. While I can imagine that some people who claim to be LGBT friendly allies are condescending, self-severing people, I find it hard to believe that everyone that claims to be an ally is like that. I personally believe that if a minority is to attain equality, social and legal, they must be able to work together with a like-minded majority, for history has shown us with examples like the peaceful overthrow of the British Raj in India, the emancipation of slaves in America, and Native Americans gaining equality during the 60’s.
The point I’m trying to make is that most people on tumblr don’t know what they’re talking about, and perceptually try to shift blame, as apposed to actually working together to achieve a goal.