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The only content we will consider removing is spam, slanderous attacks on other members, or extremely offensive content (eg. We will not remove any content for bad language alone, or being critical of a particular book.I’ve worked really hard to live and see outside the patriarchal-heterosexist-capitalist parameters constructed to define and confine us. And dangerous; you can think you’ve “connected” with a like-spirit – on some or another level – and, sometimes, you do – BUT, all too often, after the fact, that other person will find it far easier to fall back into the culturally-approved limitations; few people have the courage to live outside the boundaries and the box – and BEWARE, if you take somewhere there (here) – when they revert to cultural-trope-type, they will ALMOST ALWAYS find it necessary – no matter how much they loved you or said they loved you – to DEMONIZE you.Rent star Anthony Rapp has opened up about playing the first out character in Star Trek’s 51-year TV history.Upcoming series Star Trek: Discovery, which is set to air later this year on CBS, is set 10 years before the events of the original Star Trek series.And “demonizing” you is pretty easy when you live on the outside as an “other” and refuse to toe the patriarchal line.This is getting RIDICULOUSLY heavy, when I meant to be funny and light and flit around today. And, before I sign off, on a more erudite note, I am currently reading by Sean Strub as published by Scribner. Having lived through and come out during the 70’s/80’s in some of the same milieu, it is both melancholic and infuriating – once more.Rapp said: “It’s a little bit of a strange thing that there hasn’t been an openly gay character as part of it, so I’m really honoured and proud to get to carry that particular flag.“The fact of my characrter’s sexual orientation is just a fact among many, and is treated just as simply and straightforwardly as any other fact of the other characters.“I’m really excited and happy when a gay character is a part of a story — especially when a gay character is created in a complex and human and non-stereotypical, interesting way, and that has certainly been the case with Stamets.” JJ Abrams’ separate Star Trek film series – which is set in a different universe to Discovery – recently revealed that beloved character Mr Sulu is gay, but not without controversy.
As the book opens, Rapp is racing to the audition for "Rent" on his roller blades and taking his readers right along with him.Rapp added: “You get to see [my character’s] relationship.There was a little glimpse in Sulu in Beyond, and it was a nice nod.It was announced earlier this week that the show will feature a gay couple onboard the starship.Rent star Anthony Rapp will play science officer and fungal researcherexpert Lieutenant Stamets, while Wilson Cruz will play his partner, medical officer Dr. Rapp opened up to Entertainment Weekly about taking on the role, which marks the first time a gay couple has been central on a Star Trek TV show.
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He'll take part in the show alongside a bunch of high schoolers.