Locutus of Bored wrote:
There were practically no human female being in command positions in all the 5 Star Trek series.
I just have a bit of a problem with only 'alien' women being capable of command.
Obviously the producers of Star Trek were doubling by having women and aliens being represented in one position.
And I doubt DS9 passes the Bechel Test because I'm sure Bechel was talking about human women.
I'm not really saying DS9 or VOY were sexist. That would be ridiculous. Just that there were not many human females who even temporarily commanded a Starship/Space Station.
Just as in original BSG/Star Wars only men could be pilots
Yes and Keiko was a teacher but I'm talking about having women in charge (not just of O'Brien) just like Kira was at times. Why couldn't they have a human woman in charge of a ship ? Aren't human women capable of it? I think even women are allowed to be 'captains' nowadays. Why not in the 23rd/24th century?
Even some of the 'alien' women who were in command positions were not Starfleet (Kira and T'Pol) or once a man (Dax)
I'm sounding like Janice Lester now.
I'm sorry, but this entire post is REALLY stretching to try and make an ill-formed point. What is it about this subject that people have to engage in such hyperbole, obfuscation, falsehoods, and poorly thought out premises to support their point of view?
I'm prepared to admit to any proven falsehoods in my posts.
It would be a step forward IMO if Uhura or Darwin (if she is human) or whoever takes command of the Enterprise for even 5 minutes.
This may be a non-issue for most people because they equate T'Pol, Kira, Ro, Dax to be the equivalent of human women. On the whole I agree but it irks me just a little bit that there's only one human woman 'commander' example (practically) in the whole of Star Trek. nuBSG had plenty of women pilots (humans) and plenty of women enemies (aliens)