Am I a bad hombre for tweeting this? pic.twitter.com/0wW2isHe3X — George Takei (@GeorgeTakei) October 20, 2016. Apart from GOTV, what’s on the agenda as we start the weekend?. ????NOT TO BE MISSED: The one, the only @GeorgeTakei joins our #GlobalTownHall on Monday. Sign up now! https://t.co/eALDTc61qC pic.twitter.com/514FkI8CJ6 — Democrats Abroad (@DemsAbroad) October 20, […]
George Takei, America’s beloved national treasure, has not been shy about his disgust for Donald Trump. In fact, the 79-year-old actor and activist has spent most of the election year serving up effortless clap backs to the Republican...Show More Summary
Unless you have been nowhere near a television, computer, smartphone, tablet, human being or major metropolitan area in the last week, you have probably heard Donald Trump rambling on about his baseless assertion that the 2016 election...Show More Summary
Actor and activist George Takei knows that many people are despairing at the state of American democracy thanks to Donald Trump’s deplorable presidential campaign. However, he thinks that the United States has been through worse in the past, and has not only survived but improved as a nation....
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"Not even a kiss," the out actor bemoaned of how Star Trek Beyond depicted the gay character.
So now Sulu is gay. But the question remains: is he gay enough? As you’ve probably heard, the character was given a husband and a kid in the latest Star Trek film, a sort of tribute to George Takei, who originally played him. Despite diversity being a cornerstone of Star Trek since its inception, it took until 2016 for it to [...]
Takei, who played Sulu in the original Star Trek films, feels that the choice to make the modern iteration of the character gay was a bit of a cop-out.
George Takei says the reveal in Star Trek Beyond that Mr Sulu is gay was “tentative” and didn’t go far enough. Takei – the original Sulu and a LGBT rights advocate – told Digital Spy: “They talked about Sulu becoming gay, but it was… Read The post Star Trek Actor George Takei Now Says Gay Sulu Isn’t Gay Enough appeared first on Towleroad.
‘I consider myself in a certain way to be a blue collar worker.’
The Montalvo Arts Center, with the help of Bruce Yonemoto, Karen Finley, and George Takei, are taking down its racist founder and the Republican presidential nominee in the same breath.
In an early episode of Star Trek, Captain Kirk talks into a computer, asking for background information on another character. The scene by far outdates modern artificial intelligence assistants like Apple's Siri, Amazon's Alexa or Google's Assistant. Show More Summary
Republican presidential nominee and all-around low-key dude Donald Trump called himself a “blue-collar worker” at a campaign event Monday in Ambridge, Pennsylvania, sending a wave of eye rolls hurtling through the Twitterverse. ”I consider...Show More Summary
George Takei, speaking in an interview with Digital Spy, expressed his excitement for Star Trek: Discovery and its showrunner, Bryan Fuller. Takei also declared his interest in reprising the role of Hikaru Sulu on the new show. Takei...Show More Summary
According to George Takei, the original Mr. Sulu, there is a reason why the newer Star Trek films aren’t as good as...
How many ways does he have to say it? George Takei does not like that Sulu is gay in Star Trek Beyond, not in theory and, as it turns out, not in execution. Takei originally expressed displeasure with the Star Trek Beyond creative team's decision to make Sulu gay in ... More »
Even though George Takei didn’t convince Gene Roddenberry to address homosexuality on Star Trek back in the 1960s, he respected why Roddenberry...
Openly gay actor George "Sulu" Takei isn't a huge fan of Indiana Governor Mike Pence—as governor of Indiana, Pence signed a "religious freedom" law allowing businesses to refuse to serve gay people and in the past he's been in favor of government support for gay conversion therapy. Show More Summary
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence has a terrible history with the LGBT community, gaining nationwide notoriety after signing a religious freedom law in 2015 that allowed business owners to refuse service to gay customers. He later amended that...Show More Summary
Essential Politics: Taking stock of this year's legislative session Oct. 3, 2016, 1:52 p.m. This is Essential Politics, our daily feed on California government and politics news. Here's what we're watching: Gov. Jerry Brown finished his business for the legislative session Friday by signing a measure...