Sep
18
2014

Reblogged from cumber-porn :

botanycameos:

she-assassin:

khan & kirk beating the shit out of each other

*making inhuman noises and licking the screen*

Sep
3
2014

Reblogged from sherlockspeare :

sherlockspeare:

Is that our Lord Benedict Cumberbatch
(X)

Sep
3
2014

Reblogged from moonblossom :

(Source: kirknspock)

Aug
26
2014
Aug
22
2014

Reblogged from iamjamestkirk :

Asked by confessingtos:

Spock: "I hypothesize that your genetic makeup contains a percentage of Vulcan DNA." McCoy: "No, there's no Vulcan in me." Spock: "Would you care to modify this statement?"


imagine-jim-bones-and-spock:

imagine it taking bones like fifteen minutes to get it but once he does he practically throws himself at spock

Aug
15
2014

Reblogged from bendingsignpost :

luftangrepp:

Since klingon sex is basically violent wrestling, I wonder if the klingons don’t have BDSM but like the opposite. Klingons gathering in secrecy in dark cellars to engage in sweet, gentle loving, to the scorn of fellow klingons.

"How can you do that?" the other klingons ask. "You don’t even draw blood? Not a single furniture breaking? It doesn’t seem… natural".

"What is this… cuddle, you speak of?"

Aug
13
2014

Reblogged from thedarkirishsilence :

assbutt-in-the-garrison:

lamewolves:

brainsandspaceships:

minuialeth75:

cumberbitchedd:

Can we all take the time to admit that we all cried like freaking babies at the start of Star Trek 2009. 

Reminder that Benedict Cumberbatch admitted he did.

One of the only movies that goes from zero to feels in like 0.000001 seconds.

also we can’t forget that Thor and Emma Swan are the parents of Jim Kirk

I’m fucking crying right now just from seeing the gifset damn it

(Source: crouchtouchsetbind)

Aug
12
2014

Reblogged from acafanmomarchive :

saathi1013:

amorremanet:

because saathi1013 asked to see it: the rant I went off on over at twitter earlier, about The Trouble With Tribbles, the Federation’s neoliberal space colonialism, and why Deep Space 9 is my favorite. this is the video I linked to. one addendum I would make is that… yes, Sherman’s Planet is meant to be “undeveloped” — but as early seasons of DS9 point out, a planet being “undeveloped” by some standards doesn’t mean that it’s uninhabited.

it’s easy to forget about this when things get really moving in the Dominion War arc but the whole arc with the Dominion started in the first place because all of the major powers in the Alpha Quadrant (Federation, Klingons, Romulans, and Cardassians) started setting up colonies on Gamma Quadrant planets and fighting over these territories like they just belonged to said powers.

The people in charge of leading these colonizing missions even knew that there was sentient life in the Gamma Quadrant as early as season one. 1.06 “Captive Pursuit” has at least two Gamma Quadrant species coming through the Wormhole, which says that there are sentient species living there, which means that everyone in the Alpha Quadrant had definitive proof that these planets were not just “free for the taking” and that they were in the wrong for thinking so at all. The Dominion retaliates against the Federation et al. because they were colonizing the Gamma Quadrant and while the text doesn’t deal with this as much as I’d like, and while the Dominion is ultimately in the wrong for how far they take things during their war with the Alpha Quadrant, that history is important to remember.

meanwhile, in The Trouble With Tribbles, Kirk, Spock, Chekov, Federation Undersecretary Baris, and Koloth don’t say anything about the people on Sherman’s Planet, if there are any people there in the first place, what their perspective here is. The episode probably means for us to assume that there aren’t any people living there and/or that Sherman’s Planet is only a contested territory due to it being a border planet with some kind of strategic advantage. But the fact that they don’t even stop to consider the presence or lack thereof of people on Sherman’s Planet bothers me because it’s symptomatic of Roddenberry’s and TOS’s overall attitudes toward all of the Federation’s expansionist missions, and toward the real world colonialism that inspired said missions whether consciously or not.

…oh my god I don’t know why I love thoughtful critiques of the Federation (especially the early years), but it probably has something to do with taking a presented/perceived utopia and trying to push it further.

Thought experiments in exponential betterment.

(also amorremanet is just hella insightful on the regular, so.)

Aug
10
2014

Reblogged from iamjamestkirk :

smoothmarxism:

Gates McFadden’s adventures with 1/8th

Aug
5
2014
Jul
29
2014

Reblogged from youshouldbeafraidofthedark :

snap, snap, motherfucker.

(Source: barahirs)

Jul
25
2014
Jul
24
2014

Reblogged from charlesmmacaulay :

Star Trek or Porno 

(Source: nalyne)

Jul
24
2014

Reblogged from benedictatorship :

Appreciation post  ➙ body

(Source: ohgodbenny)

Jul
21
2014

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