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This is Philip Jose Farmer's "A Bowl Bigger Than Earth " which was first published in If, September 1967. Your description is spot-on. (Here's a link to an online version.) It's been published a few other places -- the most accessible in book forms is probably Down in the Black Gang. See ISFDB for details. It's a very odd story.


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Q: How many ALIEN females did Kirk have sex with? First of all, to answer the original question, we will limit to aliens-only (full list based on data in the second part of the answer): A: Total of 4 to 7 including the Universe reboot, depending on your inclusiveness (out of 11-17 total women). Of past dalliances, 0 of 5 were alien Of known non-canon book ...


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If you're worried about whether Hagrid's father did it voluntarily, be assured that he did: Hagrid says in Goblet chapter 23: ‘Me dad was broken-hearted when she wen'.’ If you wanted to know about the technical details (eg. you want to replicate the feat), forget it. This is a question better left unasked for your own sanity. You don't want to learn ...


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I know a dog that was born of a german shepherd, but fathered by a chiuahua. Conversly, our puppy comes from a cross between a queensland and a cockapoo. Maybe size really doesn't matter as long as you know how to use the tool you have? All that would be required for fertilization to occur would be that one of his "swimmers" found one of her eggs and ...


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In one of the Boba Fett comics, there was a story where three Hutts were competeing with one another to prove who was 'the best' among them. Jabba, of course, had the Fett, and considered himself the superior. Given this state of thought (ie, warlords, crime lords, and the such), the golden rule of "He who dies with the most toys..." is in full effect. ...


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There are several pieces of evidence which could be taken to suggest that Sulu is probably attracted to women, but none of them strike me as definitive (and in any case he could always be bi): In "Mirror, Mirror", mirror-Sulu hits on Uhura, but the DS9 mirror-universe episodes suggest that sexuality need not be preserved across universes so this doesn't ...


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Yes, although anything further than 'stress relief' (relationship-wise) was frowned upon. An example of someone having (implied) physical relations with a holodeck character is in the Voyager Episode: Human Error. Seven of Nine, who (in the pursuit of honing her social skills) dates, kisses and then wakes up next to a Holographic version of Chakotay. ...


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The main problem isn't that he had sex with an alien, it's that he specifically violated the Captain's orders regarding fraternisation, something that the Varro were very alarmed about and one of the major pre-conditions for their mutual contact; KIM: The Captain instructed all away teams. No personal interaction with the Varro crew. I violated a direct ...


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I believe it is The Vacuum-Packed Picnic by Rick Gauger It features a picnic on the lunar surface, which leads to the original poster's tryst: “A picnic. How would you like to go on a picnic? With me,” I said, blurting out the first idiocy that came into my mind. “If you like, I’ll take you to one of my favorite spots. It’s not far, just a short walk ...


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Bilbo was almost certainly intended by Tolkien to be heterosexual In the very first draft of The Fellowship of the Ring, Tolkien wrote that Bilbo dropped out of Hobbit society in order to get married and have little hobbitlings - one of whom would grow up to become the protagonist of the book: [Bilbo] said this very loud and everybody sat up who could. '...


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Although Vetinari seems to express little interest in women (or men for that matter) we do know that in his youth he had something of a relationship with the Lady Margolotta of Uberwald. On the face of it, it appears that their relationship was not sexual, but that he would have liked it to have been: “Oh, in my younger days I spent some time in Uberwald,...


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Well, if you include "Fantasy", you gotta start with Ancient Greek myths (e.g. Zephyr and Hyakinthos). If you don't, Wiki lists True History by the Greek writer Lucian (A.D. 120–185) has been called the earliest surviving example of science fiction and the first ever "gay science fiction story". Wiki Sources: Fredericks, S.C.: “Lucian's True History as ...


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The only information I could find on House Elf breeding came from the Wombat Grade 2 Test which was originally published on J K Rowlings' website website now resides on the HP-Lexicon. In the Wombat Grade 2 Test we come across this question: Which of the following statements on house-elves is FALSE? a. House-elves have an average life-...


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Oddly enough, Star Trek and homosexuality is like fire and water. It's always been something they danced around, perpetuating heterosexual relationships as the only existing and valid form. There's even a whole Wikipedia page, discussing this. Kate Mulgrew once said in an interview: Well, one would think that Hollywood would be more open-minded at this ...


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I think to reconcile what Q is saying, with what we later find out about the Borg, he has to be describing the Borg's lack of individuality disallowing specific gender identity. While wired into the Collective, male or female designation for Seven of Nine would serve no purpose, but biologically she would still be female. Out of universe it's possible that ...


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Possibly Kij Johnson's "Spar", 2009 winner of the Nebula award, 2010 Hugo Award nominee, and 2010 Locus award finalist. That link provides an audio and text version, and is suggested by the author's website. You can find a list of works it's been in here. It is the first sentence, not the second. In the tiny lifeboat, she and the alien fuck endlessly, ...


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Yes. There were many references to sexual programs available in Quark's holosuites on DS9, featuring slave girls of various species. Probably the most infamous one (featured in the episode "Meridian") was a custom order from a rich alien named Tiron, who wanted a holosuite program from Quark based on the physical specifications of Major Kira.


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"Call Me Dumbo" by Bob Shaw. I have it in the anthology Tomorrow Lies In Ambush. It ends: Dumbo smiled as she watched the boys at play. She hoped the next child would be a girl because that was what Carl wanted more than anything in the world. And all she wanted was to be his wife.


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Not many LGBT representation in Star Wars, as in much “children’s” fiction until recently, has been sparse. Of the many thousands of characters that have appeared in canon and Legends materials, only a handful have been gay or lesbian (far less than the expected proportion), and transgender representation is arguably nonexistent. This article gives a ...


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Riker is shown to both sleep with more women, sleep with more women as a result of the amount of time covered in the respective TOS and TNG eras, but less per episode of the series. Riker also treats his sexual partners more like objects, as seen in his treatment of Ro Laren and Deanna Troi in Conundrum, as opposed to Kirk's nasty habit of falling in love ...


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I don't know if there is an answer to this question but I found this on serolynne.com: While there have been no documented references regarding whether Heinlein actually lived an open marriage with his wife, Virginia, Heinlein’s views on sex were far from the mainstream, as he considered restrictions on sex to be based on religious superstition (Allyn 78)....


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There is no character from the current timeline who might be considered transgender, given that we have already ruled out Cersei, Lysono Maar and Brienne. But we do have someone from history who might fit the bill. Meet King Loreon V Lannister, who was known as Queen Lorea instead. He was grandson to King Loreon IV, known as Loreon the Lackwit. It is ...


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There is no indication that the Ring has any negative impact upon a being's physical abilities. Gollum is still going strong, traipsing through Mirkwood, Mordor, the Dead Marshes, etc., despite being almost 600 years old. The Ring's long term impact has two main effects, leaving the bearer "tired" and "weary" (as mentioned in both the Hobbit, in regards to ...


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If you count Jules Verne as "SciFi" as a whole, "Around the World in Eighty Days" (1873) had Phileas Fogg marry an Indian widowed princess Suttee he saved from being burned alive. By American standards of Kirk's time, I'm going to declare that "interracial", though exact definition of what constitutes "interracial" is extremely vague (see spirited/nasty ...


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This clip from the TNG episode "The Perfect Mate" depicts Riker heading to the holodeck immediately following a sexually charged encounter. It is implied that he is headed to the holodeck to resolve the tensions brought about by the encounter - similar to a "cold shower". https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6lobo3c0NFg In the TNG episode "Booby Trap", Geordi ...


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At least during TOS, I don't think it was totally clear, but it can be inferred pretty easily. You can also infer the opposite, although it is a little bit harder. Most likely, that's assumed from its introduction in TOS 2x05, Amok Time. When Spock is explaining to Kirk, he's describing the Pon farr in entirely gender-neutral terms, up until the end: ...


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I think this might be Theodore Sturgeon's 1960 novel Venus Plus X. from the Wikipedia entry: Charlie Johns has been snatched from his home on 61 North 34th Street and delivered to the strange future world of Ledom. Here, violence is a vague and improbable notion. Technology has triumphed over hunger, overpopulation, pollution, even time and space. But ...


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In a 2007 interview with PotterCast, Rowling said that the wizarding world is much more concerned with blood purity than with sexual orientation, although it ultimately comes down to an individual level (emphasis mine): MA: We wanna talk about Dumbledore so bad. We know that you've created worldwide intrigue when you said that he is gay. But I wanted to ...


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TL;dr; No, absolutely not. Over the course of the show we see Picard in heterosexual relationships with no less than seven women; Vash (TNG: Captain's Holiday) Dr Beverly Crusher (TNG: All Good Things) Eline (TNG: The Inner Light) Jenice (TNG: We'll Always Have Paris) Marta Batanides (TNG: Tapestry) Nella Darren (TNG: Lessons) This seems a ...


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In film: Roger Vadim's 1960 Et mourir de plaisir (US: Blood and Roses) is a retelling of the novella Carmilla (1872), which concerned a same-sex relationship between a female vampire and a young woman. Although other film versions of Carmilla had been made, this was the first version that did not hide the same-sex nature of the relationship. Then in 1970 ...


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