I agree with some of what you say, but not all of it. Okay. That kind of crap about how Pike "can't get used to having a woman on the bridge" should stay in 1964 where it belongs. I wrote an article once on my views about the misogyny in "The Cage". That would be interesting. TOS Uhura wasn't the alpha go-getter that Burnham is. Not just because it was the 1960s. I could see someone like Areel Shaw in "Court Martial" as having an alpha personality. Kelvin Uhura can stick up for herself but she's also not a natural born leader like Burnham is. And I can't see either version of Uhura turning on Captain Georgiou the way Burnham did. Burnham goes to extremes, Uhura doesn't. That would work.