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15 Kate Mulgrew and Jeri Ryan didn't get along. Star Trek Voyager Seven of Nine and Janeway. Janeway and Seven of Nine were one of the defining relationships of the series, but it was a rocky It was a breakdown of trust. Seven of Nine and Kathryn Janeway had a chance together, but they blew it. de Neuf's relationship is hidden even from those they trust with their lives. Seven of Nine stands apprehensively in Voyager's mess hall, watching other On the bridge, Captain Kathryn Janeway and the bridge officers watch the viewscreen, but she assures him it is not a question of trust; they have no idea what effect the .. "Describe the nature of your sexual relationship with Lieutenant Paris!.
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Can they ever hope to get home? Though her origins are a mystery, she is destined to change the lives of Capt. Second, since Seven is partly Borg, there's always the likelihood that lesbianism will seem yet again like this alien thing.
Ultimately, the real challenge for Star Trek in portraying a positive gay character would be to make it seem like just this incredibly normal thing: I could definitely see her coming up with a thoughtful response like this. Seven and the Captain! They're gonna get together!
And there is a scene with the Captain where this romance idea comes up. I think it get's to be a joke after a while. It's not anything the writers ever intended to do with the characters. Well, it's kind of hard to comment on the scene she mentions because UPN affiliates cut it from the first-run airing!
Only some syndicated stations in Canada aired the entire episode! Is it that I have more faith in Jeri's acting abilities and Kate's than Jeri herself has? But anything we do will be handled delicately so we can avoid the usual stereotypes and mishandling of gay characters on TV. And if we do go that route, I'm hopeful Kate and I would be able to portray such a relationship with enough honesty and sincerity to make it believable.
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I admit I have been playing Seven as having complex feelings for Janeway -- which frankly makes sense given everything Janeway has done for Seven -- but I think Seven is still too emotionally underdeveloped for those feelings to be considered romantic love. It's not going to be an ongoing theme for Star Trek to come out and be gay. But Seven is the logical character for that to come up. Because she has no pre-conceived sexuality.
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But not with Captain Janeway. It's not going to be Seven and the Captain. Without more of an explanation here, she makes it sound as though such a relationship would be totally ridiculous. I grant that it is unlikely, but I bristle at the suggestion that this is so far-fetched that it could never happen. If the producers of Voyager seriously are considering "touching on" the subject of homosexuality through Seven's evolving humanity, having Seven fall for Janeway would make Seven's lesbian exploration less ridiculous, more believable, and more poignant.
To offer a counterpoint, in the first-date episode Someone to Watch Over MeSeven arbitrarily chooses one "Lieutenant Chapman" for her date, selecting him from the crew manifest on the basis of "compatible interests" -- interests she didn't even know she had until the Doctor pointed them out!
As a result, all the dating episode really accomplishes from the standpoint of Seven's character is a little superficial experimentation with social norms; the bulk of the character development in this episode is really the Doctor's. By contrast, a relationship with someone Seven clearly already cares for, like Janeway, would contribute to developing the character emotionally. Seven would be shown developing feelings of love and as a logical outgrowth of the personal interactions she already has with someone she knows, trusts, and respects.
So if the producers really were considering a lesbian relationship for Seven, having her fall for Janeway would be the least contrived, most serious, most effective, and most logical way to handle it.
They may simply consider it too radical a departure for such central characters. This is the main reason gay concerns are so often marginalized in the mainstream media. One could think of this hypothetical response as Jeri's payback for all those "I'm thinking of leaving the show" interviews that Kate gave earlier in the year, in which she kept talking about her "loyalty" to her "original crew" and at least once implied that Jeri was "a bad apple. Kate has said that keeping Janeway single keeps her "noble.
Doesn't Kate know that portraying women as asexual is a tired old stereotype? So much for "boldly going The process of writing fan fiction is a kind of happy anarchy, in which fans textually "poach" popular characters, mostly from TV shows, and remake them a little by putting them in different kinds of stories: And with so few positive gay portrayals in the mass media, the possibility of remaking characters I love into something I can also relate to is especially important to me as a lesbian which is why I get a little rankled when folks dismiss all this as a joke.