In May of 2012, I graduated with my BA in Gender Studies from Metropolitan State University. My capstone paper was titled "Science Fiction, Gender, and Race: How Star Trek Has Failed to Live Up to its Progressive Ideals" - it was because the 2009 Star Trek film was still on my mind (the second reboot film wouldn't be out until 2013) and I was still very disappointed in it.
I have been meaning to get back to this paper, but I was burnt out immediately after graduation. I've still not gotten back to it for one reason or another, but I plan on it still. One thing that I plan on doing is adding back in the content on sexuality that I had to cut out at the time. The major reason for the cut was because I ran out of time for writing it.
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