The things I looked for when selecting this list were as follows: chemistry between characters, how the scene relates to the overall story arc, challenging social mores, sexy outfits, and tragic outcomes all of my favorite things. I hand-selected this list not only based on the scenes themselves but also based on the larger context of Star Trek as a whole. Without further ado, here are my picks:. The real star of this scene is Uhura. Did I detect a smile from Spock? I love seeing him in moments of humanity.
Star Trek: The Sex Generation
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Top 10 Sexiest Star Trek Moments
My most cherished childhood memories are of my mother braiding my hair while we watched Star Trek: The Next Generation. As a young girl I was in awe of how close this makeshift family became and the variety of cultures they crossed paths with. While at times constrained by its network, Star Trek: The Next Generation has a surprisingly progressive approach to the sex lives of its female characters including main cast members counselor Deanna Troi and chief medical officer Beverly Crusher. In the universe of TNG women have robust, healthy sex lives without being punished for it, pathologized, or having to compromise their careers in ways we still witness on modern television. It may seem questionable to consider Deanna Troi a progressive character considering how mightily the writers struggled with her characterization in early seasons.
Science fiction is, in many ways, an extremely horny genre. The futures it depicts are ones where we have grown beyond the confines of our planet, reached into the stars, often met new civilizations That is, to the surprise of most people apparently, until author Leah Bobet pondered an interesting question on Twitter last week. But do they fuck? Not exactly sex-positive!