star-trek:-kirk

Imagine riding to the beach with Chris. It’s a typical hot summer night, the air warm and sticky. He puts the top down so you can stare at the stars as he finds his way to your favorite beach - a private little alcove surrounded by rocky cliffs. It’s the perfect spot to lay in the sand together, without having to worry anyone might catch you.

Idea, that every time someone has reason to give Jim Kirk a baby, he immediately goes to find Spock. Not because Spock is particularly good with kids, but because he’s all ‘look, Spock, it’s so cute, we can totally have one of these, look at how little it is’ and Spock is in a constant state of ’!!!!!!!!???????!!!!!!!!!’ Whenever that happens.

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Happy Pride Month everyone!

I couldn’t add every flags but I mostly put what I thought was relevant to them :D (of course those are ideas but you can disagree with it!)

Anyway I hope you liked it!

Love has no frontier  (◠ω◠✿)

PS: There is an advocacy week coming up: #WeNeedLGBTQStories Week. It’s a week to talk about the need for positive mainstream LGBT representation in media, June 12-18 ! If you want to know more about it, ask @weneedlgbtqstories or check this out!

Pop Culture Captain Kirk vs. Actual Captain Kirk

Pop Culture Conception of Captain Kirk from Star Trek: A rough and tumble rule-breaker who had a rebellious streak, was a compulsive womanizer who hit on every woman they ran into, and had many casual relationships. Was rebellious and often ignored orders to do what he thought was best. A high testosterone man of action, he was more likely to start a fight than other Trek captains. Had a bit of an egotistical or arrogant streak, and who reprogrammed the Kobyashi Maru because of ego-injury. Was approachable and often a peer to his crew. Often gave interminable sanctimonious speeches.

Actual Captain Kirk from Star Trek: Lived a mostly celibate life primarily dedicated to his responsibilities, sometimes shut down women who came on to him and avoided a few he worked with due to duty, was a workaholic, respected his superior officers and bureaucrats to the point it caused him problems, and only violated orders only in extreme circumstances due to his loyalty to friends. Believed in non-violent resolutions, and often had a thoughtful streak where he refused to attack or kill. Was intellectual and enjoyed playing chess and quoted literature. Had self confidence, pride, chutzpah and energy but was not egotistical, and reprogrammed the Kobyashi Maru out of pride, not ego injury or arrogance. Was often authoritarian with his crew, sometimes snapped at them, and except for McCoy and Spock, was often remote and aloof from them. Often gave interminable sanctimonious speeches (that part is actually true).