And yet! As I learned in a Women in Literature course nearly two decades ago, fan-fic was invented by Trekkies longing to see Kirk and Spock boldly go where they only subtextually went onscreen, and until literally three years ago, the franchise has remained mostly content to keep its characters straight on their streets and queer in our sheets. Luckily, we all have very active imaginations and also, just for the record, as a child I attended a Star Trek Convention in the aptly named Romulus, Michigan. Thus, it eventually came time for us to turn our keen minds towards an important project: ranking every Star Trek character by lesbianism. A practice we engage in frequently , for example this ranking of Law and Order characters.
Beautiful Star Trek Women - IMDb
In no particular order. These women are probably a big reason why so many guys like Star Trek. I would definitely do a lot to look like one of them! Please keep in mind some of these ladies were much younger when they were actually in Star Trek. Actress Enterprise. Jolene Blalock was born and raised in San Diego, California. At age 16, she left home to pursue a modeling career in Europe and Asia.
Every Major Female “Star Trek” Character, Ranked By Lesbianism
While Star Trek is known for its commitment to progressive ideals, it, like so much of sci-fi, can't resist an opportunity to insert eye-candy here and there. The original series really leaned into female sexuality as set dressing, evidenced by Kirk's numerous "relationships," and the mini-dresses and go-go boots that constitute military uniforms in the 22nd century. It was a huge contradiction in terms, but that was mitigated by the fact that Star Trek was culturally groundbreaking in so many other ways see: treatment of racism and eventually evolved to grant women far more respectful treatment in its later spin-offs. We've grabbed 15 of the hottest Star Trek babes from the franchise's long and storied history, but the list is based on more than just appearance.
The women of Star Trek inspired many with their goal-driven initiative, female friendships, ability to command, and by just being women in space which in Starfleet, it turns out, is a lot easier than NASA originally thought it might be. Each Trek series builds off the last, becoming more and more progressive in their portrayals of women. We can see this easily, looking at the franchise through The Bechdel Test. This feminist framework grades media on three points: 1 There must be at least two named women characters; 2 Who talk to each other; 3 About something other than a man.