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David Gerrold, famous for writing the “Trouble with Tribbles” Star Trek episode, also wrote an episode that included gay characters – but it was shot down by Paramount. Now you can watch it online.

To make the episode, Gerrold teamed up with the fan crew behind Star Trek: Phase II, a web series that’s intended to be the fourth season of the original series. He dusted off his gay-themed script, called “Blood and Fire,” and also directed it. Originally, “Blood and Fire” was written for Star Trek: TNG, and approved by series creator Gene Roddenberry, but executives at the network balked. Gerrold says they told him they were worried they’d lose their advertisers because “mommies” would call in to complain that they’d seen gay people on Star Trek.

For the webisode, Gerrold re-wrote the script to bring it up to date with issues like gay marriage, and also to make the characters more openly gay. In the original, they were portrayed as friends – the only hint that they were gay was one character asking them how long they’d been together. In the new version, as you can see in the clip below, there’s no question that they’re lovers.

The episode is about the Enterprise responding to a distress call, and dealing with scary “bloodworms.” It introduces a new character, Peter Kirk, the gay nephew of the captain.

According to AfterElton’s Brent Hartinger, who has seen the full episode:

There’s tension between Peter and his famous uncle, who is determined to keep him out of harm’s way, even if it means treating him differently than the other crewmembers. Eventually, Peter reveals the real reason he requested a stint on the Enterprise: to be near his boyfriend, Alex Freeman (Evan Fowler). When the couple make plans to marry, Kirk agrees to officiate, but only “after the away mission” — which may or may not bode well for the future of this relationship . . . The portrayal of Peter and Alex’s romantic relationship is treated no differently than any of the dozens of heterosexual relationships the various Star Trek incarnations have included over the decades. Indeed, the storyline is incorporated so naturally as to make the “official” Trek’s inexcusable lack of gay characters even more obvious.

The first half of “Blood and Fire” goes online this Saturday on the Star Trek: Phase II website. The second half airs in February.

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Interracial Gay Kiss on TV

Spring means romance, also for gay characters on TV; First Luke kissed Noah on As The World Turns, then two gay soldiers lip locked on Grey’s Anatomy, and soon there will be an interracial gay kiss on ABC Family’s college drama Greek.

One of the central cast members Calvin (Paul James) and his new love interest, Michael (Max Greenfield) – who is introduced this coming Monday – will share an on-screen kiss in the May 26th episode, “A Tale of Two Parties”

Here’s the episode description, and below, a picture from the episode:

With all of the party restrictions lifted, Kappa Tau and Omega Chi throw competing parties to celebrate. Calvin (Paul James) is nervous about inviting Michael (Max Greenfield) to the party with all of his fraternity brothers around, while Michael feels uncomfortable partying with the students he is the TA at school for. Both are feeling a bit uneasy and a conversation between the two leads to a first kiss.

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gay discrimination on “as the world turns”?


Fans of AS THE WORLD TURNS have launched a campaign against the U.S. soap opera, claiming the producers portray a pair of gay lovers differently than heterosexual couples on the show. In a recent Valentine’s Day (14Feb08) episode of the show, gay couple Luke and Noah were the only two characters who didn’t kiss – prompting fans to protest the restriction on physical contact between the pair, who have only been showed hugging since they got together last September (07). But Damon Romine of the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Discrimination (GLAAD) has commended the show for its “thoughtful writing of both characters’ individual journeys”, noting that “Luke and Noah’s relationship is the first gay male love story portrayed on daytime in 60 years”. Jeannie Tharrington, a spokeswoman for As The World Turns, says, “Everybody at (the show) is committed to this groundbreaking story line. “(Since it started) we’ve heard from a lot of people – some of whom like it, some of whom don’t. We want to tell the story the best way we can, and also want to be respectful of all the people who watch the show.”

CBS and Procter and Gamble have been caught in a pincers attack over a storyline involving a gay couple on the long-running As the World Turns, the Los Angeles Times indicated today (Friday). Gay activists have complained that two characters, a young gay couple named Luke and Noah, have not been allowed to kiss or behave on camera the way heterosexual couples do. Damon Romine of the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) told the newspaper that “while tremendous strides have been made on soaps, it’s clear that we’re not at a place where gay and transgender people are treated the same on daytime as they are on prime-time or cable.” On the other hand, the American Family Assn. on Thursday urged members to contact Procter and Gamble to demand that it stop sponsoring “overtly pro-homosexual television programs.” A spokeswoman for the company, which produces ATWT, said “We’re trying to be sensitive to all the different audiences who watch our show. We do make our decision based on what we think is best for the show’s diverse audience and what’s best creatively.”

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Torchwood is coming back with a new season

Torchwood is coming back to a second season
Torchwood (if you don’t know) is a science fiction drama, created by Russell T Davies and starring John Barrowman and Eve Myles. It deals with the machinations and activities of the Cardiff branch of the fictional Torchwood Institute, who deal with supernatural occurrences. An initial 13-part series was commissioned by the BBC as a spin-off from the long-running science fiction series ‘Doctor Who’ with which it is closely interlinked.

The star of the show is openly gay actor John Barrowman (hot, hot, hot). His character, Captain Jack, first appears in the 2005 Doctor Who episode “The Empty Child” and reappears throughout the rest of the 2005 series as the third known companion of the ninth incarnation of the series’ protagonist, “the Doctor”. Jack goes on to become the central character in Torchwood, an adult-themed spin-off of Doctor Who. He returns in the 2007 series of Doctor Who, reuniting with a tenth incarnation of the Doctor, and is set to return again for the 2008 series.

Captain Jack (John Barrowman) shares a convincing lip-lock with a rogue captain (James Marsters) on the new season.

In the series’ narrative, Jack is a time traveler and former con man from the 51st century. A multi-sexual (he like men’ woman, and any other alien sex), he is the first openly non-heterosexual character in the history of Doctor Who. His real name is unknown; he is commonly called “Captain Jack” or “the Captain”. As a consequence of his death and resurrection in the 2005 series finale of Doctor Who, the character becomes immortal, a lasting change throughout his appearances in both series.

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David Beckham and Robbie Williams, a gay couple?

The footballer David Beckham and the singer Robbie Williams might interpret neighbours homosexuals in Desperate Housewives.
The arrival of the two Britons would aim to spice up the fourth season of the series that would gain a wider audience.

The producers of Desperate Housewives would they need to relaunch the sex appeal of the series by introducing a little more testosterone in the homes of Wisteria Lane? After the businessman Latin well built, fringuant imberbe gardener and plumber in charming, attractive actors including many téléspectatrices would gladly their four-hour, two gay neighbors move into the old family home Applewhite.

Marc Cherry, the creator of the TV series, thinks to hire two British footballer David Beckham and the singer Robbie Williams, to embody this duo, in the fourth season of the adventures échevelées delicious donzelles. Marc Cherry does not deny the information that is currently circulating on the Web. Rather, it states that “David and Robbie are perfect to play the new best friends of the neighbors […] Both are funny, agreed to a giggles and very macho, it should work perfectly.”

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According to him, David Beckham and Robbie Williams serve to gain a wider audience and to restore life into the series, missing since the departure of Jesse Metcalfe, the interpreter John Rowland, the young gardener who maintained an affair with Gabrielle Solis, played by Eva Longoria. This fourth season of Desperate Housewives begins Sunday, Sept. 30, on ABC, in the United States.

David Beckham is now living in the United States, since his arrival at the club Los Angeles Galaxy and therefore could organize his schedule to combine its two professional activities. The career of Robbie Williams seems to be taking on a new, more cinematic. The former leader of the Take That singer would also be approached to play the role of Captain Kirk in Star Strek XI, the next film by JJ Abrams, the creator of the television series Lost and Alias.

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Synopsis: A group of young British teenagers living in Bristol and make their first experiences of the adult world, by ripping around such topics as religion, sexuality, drugs, nutritional imbalance …

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