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Are kirk and Spock gay?

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Icarus14

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Report this Aug. 07 2012, 11:21 am

Aboslutely NOT! They are not gay and I have no idea how people can even try to say they are. Kirk and Spock have a bond that is similar soldiers on the battlefield. They are very good friends, but they are by no way gay.


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Report this Aug. 07 2012, 12:19 pm

Quote: jaycee.caramsalidis @ Aug. 06 2012, 6:41 pm

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>Clearly no.  Kirk and even Spock were clearly hetero.  They were good friends, sure, but never on a sexual level.  James Tiberius was far too busy bedding the alien chick of the week.

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Haha! True! 


I looked it up, against my will. And it turns out that teenage girls did indeed start that "Spirk" junk back in the '60s. Had a feeling I'd be right, LOL.


It just gets under my skin how the idiots are so sure of themselves: "Gene didn't deny it." "It's canon." "Kirk and Spock started slash fanfiction." "Vulcans kiss with their hands." Give me a break! 


They even go so far as to say that Shatner and Nimoy (the real guys!) have a thing for each other!  


Just makes me shake my head in disgust at how immature people can be. So, if you show care and affection to someone you love as a friend, that makes it romantic? If you're both of the same sex, that makes you gay for each other? Seriously, come on!!


Shippers, stop giving Trekkies a bad name. 


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Report this Aug. 07 2012, 4:33 pm

They Are NOT,As Far As I'm Concerned; However, There Are a Group Of Women Known As The K/S Ladies Who Write Underground Stories That Say Otherwise. They are Mentioned in David Gerrold's Book 'The World Of Star Trek'.

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Report this Aug. 08 2012, 12:45 am

Quote: BeamMeUpTOS @ Aug. 07 2012, 12:19 pm

Quote: jaycee.caramsalidis @ Aug. 06 2012, 6:41 pm

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>Clearly no.  Kirk and even Spock were clearly hetero.  They were good friends, sure, but never on a sexual level.  James Tiberius was far too busy bedding the alien chick of the week.

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Haha! True! 

I looked it up, against my will. And it turns out that teenage girls did indeed start that "Spirk" junk back in the '60s. Had a feeling I'd be right, LOL. 


That's pretty standard knowledge by now.


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Report this Aug. 08 2012, 7:09 am

The beginnings of K/S (Kirk/Spock)

The premise that Kirk and Spock could become intimate actually came from ideas offered to Gene Roddenberry by acclaimed science fiction author Isaac Asimov, a fan of the show. Captain Kirk was supposed to be the star of the series and the main focus of viewer attention, but viewer response to Mr. Spock was much greater. Roddenberry asked for ideas on how to confirm Kirk as the central character. Asimov wrote a letter suggesting that Kirk and Spock be portrayed as becoming close friends and confidantes, saving each other's lives, and in other ways functioning as a two-part team. This would lead viewers to associate the two, and to think well of Kirk because Spock did. This idea was implemented, and can be seen in many episodes.[1] What was meant to be a devoted friendship may have been picked up on by fans as leading to sexual intimacy.

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Report this Aug. 08 2012, 8:48 am

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>I looked it up, against my will. And it turns out that teenage girls did indeed start that "Spirk" junk back in the '60s. Had a feeling I'd be right, LOL.

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Thats how it starts. Against your will you investigated slash.

Next you'll be reading slash fanfic (just to check out how bad it is)

Then you'll be writing it.

Eventually you'll turn gay.


Well, that's not true. Or nice. :-(


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Report this Aug. 08 2012, 5:08 pm

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>Its just a joke

>I don't really think you'll turn gay.

>Not that there's anything wrong with that!

>But just stay away from the slash fanfic if you're concerned about it happening

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Haha! Okay. 


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Report this Nov. 07 2012, 3:21 am

Fascinating


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Report this Nov. 07 2012, 9:43 am

This is the thread that never ends. Yes it goes on and on, my friends. Some people started posting, not knowing what it was. And they'll continue posting forever just because . . .


This is the thread that never ends. Yes it goes on and on . . .


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Report this Nov. 07 2012, 2:45 pm

this has been asked many times and it,s no way.

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Report this Nov. 07 2012, 8:40 pm

http://images.wikia.com/uncyclopedia/images/archive/1/11/20080202231407!Beating-a-dead-horse.gif

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Report this Nov. 12 2012, 4:07 am

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>The expression 'beating on a dead horse' refers to insulting a man that has lost the insult confrontation or beating on a person challenging you to a physical fight after they have fallen and lost.

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Actually it's not quite that literal. "Beating a dead horse", or "flogging a dead horse", refers to any attempt to continue or resurrect a debate that is already resolved, without reference to either party having lost. The dead horse refers to the debate itself, in the sense of "it's done".


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Report this Nov. 12 2012, 11:01 am

Who was the first person to come up with this question anyway? It's so obvious.


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Report this Nov. 17 2012, 6:35 pm

It's a bromance. 

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Report this Nov. 18 2012, 6:18 am

ABSOLUTELY NOT! In the novelization of STAR TREK THE MOTION PICTURE Gene Roddenberry confirmed that once and for all writing as "Kirk" in a footnote.

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