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Things were so much simpler before women started stealing all of my favorite things from me. I don’t care what anyone says. Women aren’t and will never be true fans of Doctor Who, Star Trek or any of that. You jumped in because you wanted attention. You became “fans” because suddenly liking sci-fi shows and fantasy became popular. You only want guys to drool over you because you’re girls who “like” geeky stuff. Kindly go jump in a lake and die.

A woman organized the letter-writing campaign to NBC to save Star Trek when it was on the verge of being cancelled after the first season, and thus enabled the show to continue on for three seasons allowing it to go into syndication and gain the following it did in reruns.

A woman organized the first ever Star Trek convention, and convinced NASA to donate a truckload full of stuff for said convention thus starting the tradition of Star Trek conventions featuring space for modern science.

A woman greenlit Star Trek while acting at the head of a major studio, and consistently fought pressure to cancel the show. This same woman was the person who greenlit Mission Impossible and was the first woman to head a major studio.

A woman wrote many of the most famous TOS episodes, and went on to write on to write episodes of The Animated Series, The Next Generation, and Deep Space Nine.

Learn your history.

You think women stole your favorite things? If it weren’t for women, those things wouldn’t even exist, but you probably don’t even know the names of the women who made that possible.

So much for “infinite diversity in infinite combinations”…

Who is the fake now?

i’m just laughing so hard right now bc it’s hitting me that there are geek guys who think that women would actually pretend to like this stuff to cater to guys. like it never really occurred to me the depths of how absolutely fucking stupid that idea is.  ”we appear to have common interests but you still don’t like me so that must mean we don’t actually have common interests and you are not a real fan”. oh my god i just can’t right now. i want to feel offended by the fact that there is an idiot out there trying to tell me what i can and cannot like but i’m just too busy laughing.

Also, a lot of the current fandom terminology we take for granted originated in the Star Trek fandom, specifically Star Trek fanfic. And who were the major driving force behind Star Trek fanfic? Women.

Earliest spec fic texts in the English-speaking Western world were written by Thomas More (Utopia), Lady Margaret Cavendish (the Blazing World), and Mary Shelley (Frankenstein). Note that there are two women among those names.

I am so sick of these Fake Geek Guys who don’t even understand the history of the fandom they claim to want to protect.

A WOMAN WAS THE FIRST PRODUCER OF DOCTOR WHO.

A WOMAN CREATED THE THEME TUNE FOR DOCTOR WHO.

Are you fucking kidding me? So we can create your favorite things, but it’s impossible for us to be fans of them?

AHAHAHAHAHAHA YES

It would be lovely to see the names of all the women who were so important to the history of Star Trek and Doctor Who. 

I’ll quickly add that Marcia Lucas won an Oscar for editing Star Wars: A New Hope and that The Empire Strikes Back was co-written by legendary science fiction author Leigh Brackett.   

Bjo Trimble organized the letter writing campaign

Joanie Winston,

Eileen Becker, and Elyse Pines were members of the committee that ran that first convention

Lucille Ball (of I Love Lucy fame) greenlit Star Trek after it’s pilot was rejected by NBC

Dorothy Catherine “DC” Fontana was the writer of 

“Tomorrow Is Yesterday”, “Friday’s Child”, “Journey to Babel”, “This Side of Paradise”, and “The Enterprise Incident” in the original series, along with several other episodes under the psuedonym Michael Richards.  She continued writing for the series all the way into 1993.