There's a long history of female nudity in science fiction and fantasy - everything from naked Moon babes to sexy vamp tramps. So why aren't men stripping down too? Perhaps our history of male nudity in SF will enlighten you. While naked women are used to infuse alien planets with exotic allure, naked men are almost always associated with dystopia. In fact, it sometimes seems like the only time we get to see naked men in science fiction is when they're in prison. Take Twelve Monkeys , for example.
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Star Trek has cultivated a reputation as the optimistic, intellectual science fiction franchise over its 52 years. Starfleet is ostensibly a military organization, but its main aim is exploration, discovering new life and new civilizations to better understand the universe and the people in it. Forget about the Klingons, the Romulans, even Khan; there is no more terrifying villain in all of Star Trek than the Borg. It was an experience — a violation - that would haunt Picard for the rest of his life.
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Star Trek started as a humble five-year mission, but the franchise soon went into warp speed. Unfortunately for many of the men and women who've starred in the venerable franchise's many films and TV series over the last five decades and counting , there seems to be a side effect of Star Trek : it can be something of a career killer. After wearing the same Starfleet uniform for years, many Trek actors seem to fall out of the spotlight.
The Enterprise crew is intoxicated by an inhibition-stripping contagion that causes mayhem throughout the ship. The USS Enterprise orbits the planet Psi , a world that was much like Earth in its distant past, tasked to observe the planet 's impending disintegration. Lieutenant Commander Spock and Lieutenant Junior Grade Joe Tormolen beam down in environmental suits to a frozen surface laboratory and investigate the horrific deaths of the lab's scientists.