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...I also admired[...]the peculiar makeup work creating the Borg Queen, who looks like no notion of sexy I have ever heard of, but inspires me to keep an open mind.

–Roger Ebert, reviewer


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Star Trek: The Original SeriesEdit

Star Trek: The Next GenerationEdit

Star Trek: Deep Space NineEdit

Star Trek: VoyagerEdit

Star Trek: EnterpriseEdit

  • Dax in "Let He Who Is Without Sin" That swimsuit was dynamite. A Beach Episode in Star Trek...who knew?
    • Heck, either of the Dax main characters in general. Both are really good-looking. Jadzia had self-confidence and liked a wide variety of partners of many kinds. Ezri was a charmingly unstable mess who nonetheless would talk to you for hours about your problems.
  • This troper blames Star Trek Voyager for first acquainting her at age 6 with women in authority who happen to be extremely sexy (Mmm, Janeway). In retrospect this was also the first indication that she was, in fact, gay. And yes, she was watching Star Trek at age 6. This is what happens when both parents are sci-fi/fantasy geeks.
    • woah, you too?
    • same here!
    • I would considder myself a hetrosexual woman, but I still got to send a toaster oven to Kira Nerys, Jadzia Dax and Captain Janeway. Also Cain from Battlestar Galactica. I guess I should be sending Ron D. Moore that toaster oven instead.
  • Anything can happen to your brain on the starship Voyager, as well. Does the phrase "Let the mind awaken and focus on the task..." ring any bells? If it doesn't, it probably means you're under the Big Bad's control, too, and just don't remember what he made you do. Just ask Tuvok what that's like. But see the Mind Rape entry for just how much of this there is in Voyager. And that list isn't all of it by any means.
    • Mmmm, Voyager. What about the Season 6 episode where Tom Paris gets that sentient spaceship that slowly takes over his mind and makes him dress in a sexy tight flight suit?
  • And don't tell me that you didn't all think Seven of Nine was way hotter as a full Borg than with her regular "humanised" appearance!
    • The Borg were apparently fetishized before Jeri Ryan even dated her very first producer. There was some article or another saying that the late-80s gay fanfic scene was all into the Borg— all the black vinyl and plug-in metal "attachments", I guess.
    • As this troper understands it, it was that they were supposedly all-male. Seven of Nine was much later.
    • This troper never found Jeri Ryan sexy, in anything she's been in — and then discovered an instant latex fetish she didn't know she had on seeing Marina Sirtis somehow gotten up in Seven of Nine's costume.
      • Link. Now.
      • Here◊.
    • Ah, Seven looked much better on the rare occasions when she got to wear a proper Starfleet uniform. Ditto Deanna, for that matter. Mmm... uniforms....
    • The Borg Queen is a big bundle of scorching hot Foe Yay, Les Yay, and Nightmare Fuel Unleaded. Especially in that scene in First Contact with Data. You know the one.
      • That scene squicked me out when I first saw it. Then, a few years later, my position changed entirely.
      • Oh, God, me too.
    • How about Paris and Kim in the Akiritirian prison in "The Chute"? The episode that launched a thousand Slash Fics.
    • Ah, I thought Seven was sexy. But then I saw Icheb. That cranial ridge, that little cybernetic implant, that incredible naive, kind uber-dorkiness... He was my first real guy-crush. Of course, back then I thought I just liked girls... but I couldn't help but wonder if he had any cybernetic implants anywhere else on his body...
    • B'Elanna, B'Elanna, B'Elanna... but only as a Klingon. This troper and a friend were watching a show with Roxann Dawson as a guest star, and we both agreed she needed to put her forehead back on. NOW.
    • B'Elanna is a MAJOR case of Stupid Sexy Flanders for this (mostly) heterosexual female troper. Watching her get all frustrated and sweaty while arguing with her own voice in "Dreadnought"... yeah.
    • And in Juggernaught...frustrated, sweaty and dirty. And then theSexy Back scene at the end of the episode.
    • Even better when she got all done up in Klingon uniform. Nom nom nom.
      • What about the time she was split into full human and full Klingon versions?
      • This troper remembers seeing Troi disguised as a Romulan and being thoroughly disappointed when they changed her back.
      • Oh, yes. This Troper remembers that episode, too. * sigh* Romulan women are generally hot by the way.
      • Mmmm, Sela.
      • Sela's only half-Romulan, mind. Still, yum.
      • Commander Donatra. She also benefits from a much sexier uniform than those ugly-ass TNG-era tunics. Again,yum.
      • I'm sure someone found Kira sexier when she was Cardassian in 'Second Skin.'
    • How about the Voyager episode 'Spirit Folk'? First, Tom and Harry end up in bondage. Then, the Doctor walks in wearing a cassock. If that wasn't enough, somebody whips out a spoon and starts hypnotizing him. It's three, three, three fetishes in one!
    • "Warlord," Kes gets pretty kinky when she dons leather.
    • But she's outdone by Seven and Tuvok's jaw-droppingly kinky bondage in "Hunters" when captured by the Hirogen. http://voy.trekcore.com/gallery/albums/4x15/hunters_463.jpg
    • Season 4's "Nemesis" was always one of this tropers most hated episodes, for its cliched, predictable, boring plot and horrible guest actors. But she kept finding excuses to watch it while going through puberty, for reasons that had nothing to do with Chakotay in a muscle shirt constantly getting bound and gagged or staked to the ground sped eagle. Holy shit. Yum.
    • The Maquis uniforms!
    • "Living Witness." All the evil versions of the Voyager crew are this to someone no doubt (and full-Borg Seven is thrown in to boot!) but DAMN, evil Chakotay, with those gloves and that tattoo.
      • This troper was really, really jealous of that alien who Evil Chakotay and Evil Dweeb were interrogating.
  • Screw Voyager, gimmie TNG, you squares. Data being "fully functional in every way", MILF doctors, blind guys getting tortured, drunk/horny viruses, devolution-mutation viruses, Holodecks misused for acting out erotic fantasies, naked Patrick Stewart getting tortured, androgynous aliens considered "deviant" for identifying as either gender, Riker's obvious desire to outdo Kirk and boldly come where no man has... ahem.

Worf: "Men do not roar. Women roar...and they hurl heavy objects...and claw at you.."The Wesley:."What does the man do?"Worf: "He reads love poetry. He ducks a lot."

  • In the same scene, the way T'Pol orders Trip to turn around.
  • Sulu fighting with a katana.
  • Chekov's accent and his blue, blue eyes.
  • The way McCoy is all stubbly and crazy in his first scene.
  • When McCoy says "Study my ass." That's an order I definitely can follow.
  • When that woman on the shuttle tells McCoy to sit down "or I'll make you sit down!" and he complies immediately with an interesting expression...
  • When Sulu and Kirk land on the transporter pad, panting and sweaty and wrapped around each other. Mmm. Delicious, delicious HoYay.


    • Patrick Stewart tied up completely naked in "Chain of Command, Part II". Period.
    • Klingon women in leather with side boobs popping out.
    • When Riker was an exchange officer on a Klingon ship, two female Klingon officers decide they're going to fight over who gets to jump him first. A male officer asked how he would fare against them. Riker's response? "Do you mean one? Or both?" My response: I wish I were Riker.
    • All of that pales for this editor in comparison to watching Counselor Deanna Troi in one of her patented vacuum-tight lycra bodysuits getting visibly near-orgasmic pleasure from eating enormous chocolate sundaes. It's hot on so many levels...
      • Agreed. I love chocolate.
      • There's a specific YTMND featuring Troi and Crusher working out with mirrors fore and aft. It introduced This Troper to Cameltoe.
      • Not to mention her accent (which strangely seemed to fade as time went on) and the Hartman Hips...
    • For something a bit more in-your-face, does anyone remember Man of the People?
    • How about the TNG episode 'Transfigurations'? Sexy alien is critically injured and receives boatloads of Hurt/Comfort from Beverly Crusher. Also, it doesn't hurt that the alien is played by this guy◊.
  • Certain scenes of TNG take on a very different meaning out of context, such as a certain scene of Q and Picard in bed in Tapestry, or the following dialogue from Q Who:
    Ensign Gomez: Oh, I wasn't looking. It's all over you!Captain Picard: Yes, Ensign. It's all over me.
    • There's this video, which shows more deliciously out-of-context double entendres/Accidental Pervert moments from TNG than you could hope for in your wildest dreams.
    • This troper can't be the only one who's had certain thoughts about Data and Lore, right?
      • ...NOW YOU AREN'T!!
  • Beverly Crusher, AKA Doctor Gingermilf. Particularly when she's in command in "Descent, Part II". Hello, gorgeous! And watching her making out with Odan in "The Host" was entirely more of a turn-on than it should have been. Didn't help I was imagining myself in Odan's place... oooooh, Beverly!
    • Beverly Crusher? You mean the Hot Mom that has years of UST with Picard, with the added bit of jealousy and shame by Picard? The same hot redhead whose flirting with Picard goes as far as one alternative future with a marriage? The same hot doctor played by a professional dancer who fills out a uniform quite nicely? Who was mindlinked to Picard in a form of bondage and telepathy?
    • For This Troper, it's the Audio Erotica way that Picard always says "Beverly." Somehow Patrick Stewart manages to turn that name into the sexiest three syllables on earth.
    • Speaking of Badass women, watching Jadzia swing a bat'leth and kick major ass in To The Death was... well, to die for. Bonus points for her decking Vedek Bareil in Fascination. And then, some of B'Elanna's finer moments, especially the ones involving blood (yeah, that's a fetish, but for this troper, it's more the fact that being wounded doesn't stop her. Women are seldom as roughed up by the plot as men, even when they get their share of licks in, and every Action Girl's Kryptonite Factor is the Standard Female Grab Area. As such, the perfect Badass female is one who can get hurt in ways the rules say female characters aren't allowed to be, and still get back up and kick butt.)
      • Jadzia's spots go all the way down...
      • Does that mean she has brown nipples?
    • And if you want hot Klingon love, you want Vorik going into Mate Or Die mode, and infecting Torres with it via mind-meld. Long story short: Plenty of B'Elanna trying to ravish Paris, and ending with B'Elanna picking herself as her own champion in ritual combat and throwing down with Vorik.
  • Q. Who once said that he should have appeared to Picard as female to get his "attention"? Whose first thought when he was turned human was of Picard? Who kept popping up in Picard's bed? SO... MUCH... HOYAY!
    • This is a very strange case of a doublely one-sided Foe Yay. On the one hand, Q's interest in Picard is obviously one-sided. On the other hand, Picard seeing Q as his enemy is also a one-sided thing.
  • ALL HAIL EMPRESS SATO
    • Yes, by ALL means, HAIL!
    • Mirror Universe Midriffs.
    • On the subject of Star Trek Enterprise... Stupid Sexy Trip. Damn you for ending up in your underwear so often. And double-damn you for ending up in the decon chamber so often!
      • "Two Days and Two Nights": Trip and Malcolm in their underwear. Tied up. You're welcome.
  • It don't get better than the original, though:
    • Lee Merriwether... "I Am For You." Yes, yes you are.
    • The whole "agonizing death if she touches you" factor made that episode Nightmare Fuel for this troper (something else the Star Trek series are good at.)
  • And the TOS episode where the Witch Woman uses a magic root (!) to make Kirk her manslave— although given how she looked, no magic should have been needed.
  • How about "Return Of The Archons", where everyone dressed in period clothes for no good reason◊? This troper barely paid attention to the plot because she was too busy staring at Bones, and the friend this troper watched the episode with spent the entire time yelling at Spock to take his cloak off so she could see him in a vest and shirtsleeves◊.
    • And Bones is briefly brainwashed while wearing that suit...
  • TOS abounded with such examples. Like the plant spores episode "This Side Of Paradise".
  • Vina from "The Cage/The Menagerie," who would do anything, and, thanks to the Talosian's illusion casting powers, can be in any form or environment, to get Captain Pike's pike!
    • Not to mention the fact that Vina was the original Green Skinned Space Babe. C'mon, the Sex Dance Of Orion didn't do anything for you?
      • Oh, yeah. Like that guy with Pike watching Vina dance said, 'Nice place you got here, Captain.' Every time I see a hot chick, I think of that scene...
    • Forget Vina. I want Yeoman Colt!
      • Yes, I'd like to find out what those "unusually strong feminine drives" are. The urge to shop, perhaps?
  • The dancing green seductress Marta from "Whom Gods Destroy". Played by Batgirl, Yvonne Craig.
    • And her death scene seems tailor-made for anyone into that sort of thing: left on the surface of the toxic-aired atmosphere (and possibly tied, this troper forgets) and choking, before the Big Bad finishes it by blowing her up. Plenty of the sort of helplessness that appeals to anyone into bondage, though the way it ends goes too far for some... but makes it even better for others.
  • The Shore Leave Planet. And the planet of multiple gynoids from "I, Mudd". The Platonians who could make you do anything. In "Space Seed" (heh heh, he said seed), an innocent, submissive beauty is dominated by the sheer will of a charismatic superman.
    • And who could blame her? Young Ricardo Montalban's Fetish Fuel on his own, and his voice is at any age. This troper isn't sure whose place he wishes he was in in those scenes...
      • Not just young Ricardo Montalban. In The Wraith of Khan he's all naturally like that.
      • The scene where Khan has just woken up, and is holding a scalpel to McCoy's throat, and McCoy cooly informs him he's doing it wrong. C Mo A aside, McCoy's stone-cold badassery is... kind of hot.
  • In both "Metamorphosis" and "The Lights Of Zetar", a hot woman is taken over by a powerful energy being.
  • Two Words: Ponn Farr.
    • Okay, when I first saw this entry, I thought how geeky would you have to be... That was before I saw Spock all heaving and horny with his fetishy Pointy Ears.
  • The mind-swap episode gave the Ax Crazy misandrist a minion who loved him/her no matter whose body s/ he was in.
  • The swirly-light Monster Of The Week made Chekov try to rape a Klingon woman.
  • There's the time a disease made a bare-chested, sweaty Sulu chase crew members around the ship with a sword.
    • Bonus for the bondage crowd: They did not put his shirt back on when they strapped him down to the bed in sickbay.
  • There's probably even a fetish for this: When the crew get turned into styrofoam cubes, and one attractive female gets crushed into dust. Although how it would be a turn-on is puzzling.
  • Every visit to the Mirror Universe gets kinkier and kinkier. Especially once the slinky, ass-wiggling, bi-tacular Intendant makes the scene. But really, I'd settle for Mirror!Uhura in her "hailing frequencies open" outfit.
  • The original McGoldenPants himself, Jim T. Kirk, ladies and gents.
  • McCoy. McCoy, McCoy, McCoy. This troper could not quantify it if she tried, but there is just something about DeForest Kelley that makes her want to jump him.
    • Seconded. Kelley has fantastic fantastic charisma.
  • Andrea's costume in the TOS episode, "What Are Little Girls Made Of?" Imagine a sexy woman wearing a costume that may have baggy pants, but the top is nothing but two crossing straps of material. Public displays of that costume never failed to get an enthusiastic reaction. William Theiss was a genius...
  • Does anyone remember "The Naked Now" episode of TNG where they all get intoxicated from that disease? I know the episode was crap but the way the women acted, especially Crusher and Yar was enough to stir more then just a few feelings. This Troper could only have been about 5 or 6 when he first saw this and damm has it stayed with him.
    • A flushed, heaving, panting, sexy, uniform-unbuttoning Beverly Crusher is basically a wet dream in character form. UNF.
    • In fact, to add to that entry above, I believe the way Yar acted specifically gave me some of my earliest memories of being turned on. To this day I find you can keep your Troi's or your Seven of Nine's; give me Tasha Yar anyway! Oh and Intendant Kira too
  • When This Troper was watching TAS episodes on You Tube, he found Lt. M'Ress to be quite charming, and her voice having quite the sensuality in it's tone and mannerisms. In other words, she is hot and YOU KNEW YOU WOULD SEE THIS HERE ONE OF THESE DAYS!
  • Just the idea of Wrigley's Pleasure Planet ("Double your pleasure, anyone?"). Not a beach, not a resort, not an Orion brothel or a Deltan sensuality-enhancement chamber — not even an entire domed megapolis populated by 47 million Green Skinned Space Babes plus the most sensuous gynoids the sex-starved mind of misogynist man can construct — but an ENTIRE FREAKING PLANET!
    • On that note, planet Risa in the TNG era. Their Hat appears to be sex. On the beach. Make mine a double.
  • Odo is a shapeshifter. Enough said.
  • DS9. Jadzia and Lenara. This troper's utter adoration of Susanna Thompson did not help matters.
    • I suppose it's also relevant to mention that Ms. Thompson also portrayed the Borg Queen in most televised portrayals, with all its associated fetishes.
      • Why... yes. Apparently that is relevant. Very, very relevant...
  • No-one's mentioned Ilia from The Motion Picture yet? (For a lot of people, that's the only thing they remember about the movie.)
    • There's really nothing else to remember. A two-hour Leave The Camera Running scene whose attempt at plot was done better in a regular episode... but with a hot bald chick, it becomes almost bearable.
    • Nothing else to remember? Nothing else to remember? Well, clearly a certain "simple feeling" is beyond your comprehension.
      • TMP was worth it for the love story. (Yes, I said love story. The greatest love story (n)ever told, actually). Seriously. Just skip to where Spock first appears and go from there. Kirk has "I just found the love of my life after I thought I'd lost him for good" written all over his friggin' face.
  • The amazing scene in "Plato's Stepchildren" where aliens make Kirk neigh like a pony while being ridden by a little person? Though I admit I could really live without the racist/disturbing whipping/forced makeouts scene between Uhura and Kirk later on in that episode (dear fellow Trekkers: our famous interracial kiss ain't that progressive). But seriously, he's a PONY and a little guy is RIDING HIM AROUND. The original Aliens Made Them Do It.
    • That scene didn't do much for me. But Spock losing control. And when he was forced to sing... Guh. And, yes, I did love that whole "first interracial kiss."
      • I swear Spock is so perfectly in control solely so they can find an excuse to smash his control every third episode.
    • And Kirk's toga.
  • Kirk gets beaten up a lot in the new Star Trek movie.
    • And looks damn good doing it. Phwoar. Meanwhile, ickle!Chekov is this troper's new Perverse Sexual Lust due to the combination of massive spazzy eagerness, wonderful facial expressions, and that hair. (Unfortunately, the facial expressions Pavel makes when upset make this troper think of potential hurt/comfort... it's very distressing.)
      • This troper wants Kirk so hard, and she doesn't give a damn whether it's Shatner (mostly in the TOS television series, because hot damn does that uniform cling in all the right places!!!!) or Chris Pine. There. She said it.
    • And Spock looks amazingly sexy while beating Kirk up. Of course, Zachary Quinto is best known as a certain Draco In Leather Pants, so that just made that scene hotter, at least for this troper. My younger sister and I had our Telekinetic Index Fingers Of Doom ready while we watched.
    • By the by, is there a kink meme that includes the new film? Because I... um, have some requests to make. Regarding certain villains. (And when the Narada first entered view, this troper couldn't help leaning over to comment, leaning over to her sister— "Oh, shit! It's the tentacle monster!" "It's coming for Kirk. He's just too pretty." Yeah, yeah, we know, it's a ship. But a damn sexy one. Cargo Ship, anyone?)
      • Really? I thought: "The Kelvin is being attacked by a Decepticon!"
      • Well, that shows where my priorities are.
    • Come on, people, did you not see Uhura's roommate? and I'm sure somebody is happily contemplating a Cool Ship full of tattooed, shaven-headed, rugged, Romulan bad boys...
      • Not to mention those green breasts of hers. Is this troper the only one who thinks big breasts look especially hot in a reclined position?
      • How about her green belly? My belly fetish just came in its pants.
      • Don't you mean Uhura's roommate? In space, everyone's bisexual. Also, certain Romulans with their Spock fixations...
      • The Orion babe didn't get me...until she mentioned that Uhura had complained about her bring back men to their quarters. Then I started remembering: Orion females are known for their extreme appetites, their innate skills...
      • Phwoar. Stupid pretty Romulans. Stupid sexy stubbly Romulans. And the facial tattoos... and the lack of women...
      • Actually, if you really pay attention, there are some female Romulans on board—you just only see them in brief ensemble shots. I missed them the first two times I saw it, and it took my son pointing it out to me the third for me to notice.
      • Really? Awesome.
    • This troper mostly just considers Scotty hilarious, until they try to get that Scottish accent around the word "grapefruit". I don't even know what's going on there, but hello.
    • Good news, everyone! There's a kink meme. (NSFW, obviously, unless your boss really likes kink memes.) And a damn big one. 18 pages last check. Turns out this wasn't the only fetish fuel in the most recent movie. Strangely, Chekov's accent seems to be a major kink... coupled with a face that makes him, to quote a certain icon, "delicious Russian jailbait".
      • This troper started it and can certainly attest that yes, it seems the entire movie was simply kink-filled foreplay in many, many people's minds.
      • Wait, you started the kink meme? I take off my hat to you. (But nothing else, I promise.) Twenty pages. Twenty freaking pages now. Gosh.
      • 18? Try about a hundred pages over two parts by now.
      • Four parts, now. This troper might or might not have made a contribution about certain villains. And heroes. And...yeah.
      • Time + kink = high turnout.
      • The kink meme is ten parts right now. Pheonix Wright's Kink Meme better watch out!
      • MEME MAKER WOULD LIKE TO ANNOUNCE THAT WE'RE UP TO 14 NOW, AND THAT SHE'S SCARED OF WHAT SHE'S MADE.
      • Don't be afraid! Be proud of your child!
    • This troper discovered that she wanted to do Nero for some reason (it's probably part of a recently-formed villain fetish). I also discovered that I would take New!Spock any day and gladly let Uhura join in.
      • Nero is developing a startling fangirl following. This troper was quite surprised to discover she suddenly had a thing for him on her third viewing of the movie, and a survey of her friends suggests she's not alone in this.
      • This troper would like to add in a voice for the Nero love. And the quasi-woobiefying backstory (though not justifying, y'know, genocide) really does help. And the fact that it's Eric Frigging Bana.
      • Nero is so sexy, just the sight of him makes this troper ovulate.
    • Spock. Out of control. Guh.
      • I thought it was hilarious that there were so many Spock fangirls, until I saw the movie. Though I'm a Chekov fan, but I have to say, I understand the affection.
      • And it didn't help that his outfit was so skin-tight and form-fitting, and this troper has a thing for guys with big ears, and, well...* swoon*
      • It's the voice for me. See: the scene at the Vulcan high council. The 'live long and prosper' is not only a C Mo A, but also hot as hell. Ngh.
    • I just have to say, am I the only person who finds Zachary Quinto's eyelashes incredibly hot? Just to prove that every inch of Spock's logical, Vulcan body is glorious.
      • Not alone. Just LOOK at them during the 'live long and prosper' scene. They're all guh and gah and nngh worthy.
    • This Troper has been in love with Zachary Quinto since Heroes and has had a pointy ear fetish for years. Now Zachary Quinto with pointy ears? I'll be in my bunk
    • I can barely put it into complete sentences: Sulu. Skintight spacesuit. Katana. And Sulu's face post-battle with the bruise near his eye. Gah, am I alone over here? And for the hell of it, John Cho in general. For This Troper, there's fetish gasoline, and then there's fetish warp cores.
      • Seconded so hard. Although this troper's favorite scene is the brief shot of Sulu and Kirk uncurling from each other on the transporter pad, all sweaty and out of breath.
      • I honestly expected at least one of them to go: "Was it good for you?"
    • Kirk's mom, sweaty and disheveled. Mmm...
    • Captain Robau. Because Faran Tahir is SMOLDERINGLY hot and by some accounts was sewn into his captain's uniform. He certainly has the body for it.
    • I personally have a kink for pretty much EVERYONE in the movie but I believe that McCoy, played by Karl Urban of all the sex gods, has a special place in my... heart.
    • Rachel Nichols, painted bright green, and in her underwear.  With that belly...
    • In the sequel: Okay, Alice Eve seriously needs to get someone to change her page photo on IMDb, because it makes her look like a skanky Jessica Simpson-wannabe, but every time I see her in something, like this, or Men In Black III, my salivary glands go into over-drive.
  • How come no-one mentioned those TOS miniskirts, the ones with matching space panties that would be tantilisingly revealed upon any movement by the wearer from strict vertical.
    • Space panties. Infinitely superior to ordinary Earth panties. This troper posits that in the 2009 movie at least they wear equivalent to bike shorts— which certainly doesn't take the fetish fuel away for me. Showing off nice legs, yet still keeping tasteful coverage. (Then again, I'm female and I wear a skirt regularly. I don't take the same thrill out of ZOMG PANTIES that others do.)
      • But in the 2009 movie we do see both Gaila and Uhura in their underwear. Both of them wear matching bra and panty sets. Gaila's are green with a pattern— jungle vines, maybe. Uhura's are classic "good girl" white. (And Vulcan women— and wives of Vulcan men— wear corsets. Not that we see the corsets, but Spock's mom has a body shape that would need a corset to achieve.)
    • Dr. Elizabeth Dehner does it for me better than any of the women in miniskirts, and she wears pants. Gary Mitchell isn't half bad, either, but there's just something about that professional demeanour. . . and the ability to make you do anything — or, for that matter, turn into anything. . . .
      • Oh, yes, Elizabeth Denher. I love tall women, and she's not just tall but insanely pretty as well (Suzie Plakson doesn't quite do it for me, with or without the various foreheads.)
  • Kes. Legal jailbait. I mean, she's bloody 3.
  • Ahem. Spock in a suit in "A Piece Of The Action". This troper had a bit of trouble following the plot when it came to that bit. Also Kirk was in a suit, which was Fetish Fuel for a friend who likes Kirk...then there was "Patterns Of Force" which was just full of fetish fuel for ladies. Shirtless Kirk, shirtless Spock, both in uniform, McCoy in uniform....
    • Shirtless and handcuffed Spock using shirtless and handcuffed Kirk for a stool, shirtless Kirk and Shirtless Spock being beaten... A good episode for the S&M crowd.
  • Two words: Cardassian uniform. (Of course, not the unfortunate ones that they were given in their first appearance on TNG, but the much better designed ones they were given by the time of "Chain of Command" and that they sported throughout DS 9.) Especially when the actor looks damn good in tight pants. Heck, for that matter, Cardassian look in itself, with its aura of danger, power, and snake-like sex appeal. Many female fans of DS9 found the actors who played the most prominent Cardassian characters much more attractive with ridges and scales than in their human form. And there are also quite a few people who appreciate the reptilian beauty of Cardassian women.
  • This Troper was watching the DS 9 episode Trials and Tribble-ations. He's found a new fetish fuel: Dax in an original series uniform. Woof.
    • Clap. Clap. Clap. (or should that be "fap"? No, let's not get ahead of ourselves... Ah, what the hell.)
      • Amen. Yummy. Doctor Bashir was pretty damn hot with his hair slicked back and getting agitated. ...Oh hell. That entire episode was Fetish Fuel.
      • Speaking of which, did anybody else think Dax was just a little too enthusiastic about that old-style tricorder?
  • More from The Original Series
    • The Gamesters of Triskelion is hard to beat: Shahna's silver outfit, cells, shackled to a wall, control collars, training harness, whips...
    • Dagger Of The Mind has the brainwashing "neural neutralizer" chair. You can even make the initials of the episode spell DOM.
    • Despite the cringeworthy sexual politics, the body (and gender) swapping device in Turnabout Intruder has endless possibilities.
    • While Spock's Brain is regularly rated at one of the worst episodes, those women with their control devices can be pure fetish fuel to youngsters in their formative years.
      • Or anytime later. The classics never go out of style.
  • I'd like to think I'm mostly immune to Trek Fetish Fuel, but there is one throwaway scene in, "A Taste of Armageddon" that made me do a double-take. Spock is assigning a nameless ensign to guard the stripperiffic blonde bombshell of the week. The ensign herself is a cute asian girl (dressed in her 60's miniskirt uniform and all), and Spock goes into a rather bizarre monologue of how the girl has his permission to slap, wrestle and pin down the blonde girl if she needs to. He leaves, the ensign crosses her arms smugly, and we cut away to another scene, though I was way too busy imagining what happened next to pay attention. Yep, even in the enlightened future, Foe Yay and Girl On Girl Is Hot.
  • Augments: genetically enhanced for strenth and stamina, This Troper could see why Lt. Mc Givers instantly dropped to her knees for Khan in Space Seed. Not to mention how amazingly fit Augments are in both Enterprise and later on, a certain physician on DS9.
  • Why has no one mentioned Kirk/Spock in general yet? It's the friggin' Trope Namer for Slash Fic.
    • Because if I mentioned it, I might just start bouncing, shaking, and squeeing uncontrollably.
  • There was also an episode of TNG where Counselor Troi and her mother were captured by Farengi. It seems Teleportation is one of the areas of Technology where the Ferengi is more advanced than the Federation. They can lock onto people even if they're not wearing comlinks, they can have them arrive in an unconscious state, and they can even teleport prisoners from one prison cell to another while leaving their clothes in the first cell. Rowr.
    • Since they were Betazeds it didn't even trouble them much. They've got a thing for nudity, and are telepaths who can tell when people enjoy it...
  • Spock's hands. Spock's. Hands. Leonard Nimoy has very, very nice hands. So the fact that Vulcans have Fantastic Arousal in their hands is rather...appealing.
    • This troper and her hand fetish would like to agree heartily.
  • Uhura's voice. Not just her singing voice, but just when she's speaking. It's so cute it just makes me want to Glomp her.
    • The outtakes are even better — Nichelle Nichols gets casual and drawl-y and calls people "sugah". GUH.
  • Mind meld. The sheer intimacy and the possible and interesting applications thereof are mind boggling. On hindsight, it's kind of disturbing how many times Spock does it with complete strangers.
    • Totally innocent question: If one were to mind meld with someone and engage in an activity that was mutually pleasurable, would you both be able to feel both what you and the other person was feeling at the time?
      • Wait. Does this also mean that you feel how the other person feels how you feel how the other person feels... etc. like two mirrors facing each other?
    • In all likelihood, yes, yes you would. Why can't humans be telepathic T-T
      • They can. Even without the genetically engineered kids of Darwin Station, there was Dr. Miranda of "Is There in Truth No Beauty?"
      • Mindmelds work both ways even when one partner isn't telepathic. Betazeds also telepathically bond to their first loves, so Troi, whose telepathy is limited, can still share much with Riker.
  • Did I ever tell you about the time I caught Worf eating Troi in ten-forward? Yum Yum, indeed. With mint frosting— If You Know What I Mean.
  • In the TNG Episode "The Perfect Mate" Famke Janssen ( Yes that Famke Janssen ) plays a "empathic metamorph" -essentially a woman whose personality changes to match what attracts the men around her, which is Fuel in and of itself- however, there's a scene in Ten-Forward when she encounters Worf, and she growls at him... yeah, lets say had this troper not been seated when that happend, his knees would have given out...
  • Would someone please explain how Kira Nerys hasn't ended up on here yet? I mean, really... is there anything about the woman that is not mind-blowingly hot?
    • The Mirror Universe her is asjdg;sldghja;hgaiugjlhasdgha;sdglhagoal... Sorry. I drooled on my keyboard. Mirror Universe Kira > Normal Kira.
      • But Normal Kira is so deliciously broken!!! And fiery! And badass! And broken!! And a ridiculously awesome fighter!!! And... and... and... * lusts*
      • Mirror-Kira would totally do Normal Kira. And I would totally turn into a puddle.
    • This Troper finds the nose ridges to be somehow Moe.
      • Ohmyfuckinggod YES.
    • Kira in that nightie in "Our Man Bashir"...
  • This troper finds any trip to the holodeck really hot — not for the kinkiness potential, but more for the opportunity to see sexy but staightlaced characters let their hair down and have some fun for a change (plus the novelty of seeing hot actresses in something other than Space Clothes). Examples include cowgirl!Troi, Girl Friday!Beverly in a 1930's dress, Janeway hamming it up as Queen Arachnia, Kira and Dax as medieval maidens, and I'm not even going to start on "Our Man Bashir"...
  • Cracked.com once referred to William Riker as "...the pinnacle of human beauty..." I can see where they're coming from.
  • The female reptilian alien from the Enterprise episode where Trip goes on the alien ship that was riding Enterprise's wake... as Trip said, she has a certain sensuality to her. The lightning discharges when she touched skin are also pretty cool.
  • So...No mention of the sweet, gold coloured android Data?
    • I'll mention him. Between the uberpale skin, the odd eyes, and the lovely, lovely hands, he hits far too many of my fetishes. And then there's the sheer intelligence coupled with the naivety. Brr.
      • Data actually freaked me out quite a bit as a child—the I re-watched the series as an adult and did a bit of a double-take.
    • Mmm, agreed. Exotic enough to pique the interest of my extreme xenophillia, along with his sexy hands, sexy intelligence, and sexy innocence make this troper verrrry happy.
  • In "Hunters" the Hirogen capture Seven and Tuvok, and put them in rather kinky looking bondage harnesses.
  • In the Original Series, Sulu's rich, smooth, basso Audio Erotica voice. It is sex incarnate. This Troper blames George Takei for the voice fetish she's had all her life.
  • Kirk and Spock go to a planet that modeled itself after the Third Reich, where they disguise themselves as Nazis before being discovered and captured. They are then stripped half-naked, handcuffed, and whipped by Nazi interrogators. No this is not a fanfic: this was only the first half of the TOS episode "Patterns of Force."
  • Julian Bashir◊, as played by the delectable Alexander Siddig◊. Long-limbed, slim, and gorgeous hazel eyes, he's like the poster boy for Hospital Hottie! He gets kidnapped nearly once a season, is tortured and Mind Raped (for that Woobie factor) yet a badass doctor who will do anything for his patient, likes to cosplay and LARP, has chemistry with anything sentient (especially Garak), and genetically engineered for stamina and intelligence. Just look at how well he fills in that racquetball outfit!◊ And in one episode, there were two for the price of one◊! Bashir is a walking, talking source of Fetish Fuel.
  • In 'Our Man Bashir' Garak and Julian both get tied up.
  • T'Pol's Sexy Silhouette in 'Carbon Creek.'
  • I'm sure someone found a kink in the scene where Odo shapeshifts into a pair of handcuffs on Kira.
  • The way T'Pol's pointy ears stick out her hair in any of the (too few) episodes were she has long hair: Civilization, Twilight and In A Mirror Darkly. Especially in Civilization, because Trip tells her to fix her hair to hide her ears and there's something really alluring about the way she does so. Also, the bit in the decon chamber in Broken Bow when Trip and T'Pol stroke each others' ears.
  • In 'In A Mirror, Darkly' T'Pol and Hoshi have a knife fight. Whilst wearing midriff-baring uniforms. And they snarkily insult each other at the same time. Rawr.
  • Also, the way Mirror Archer grabs Mirror Hoshi's wrist and overpowers her as she tries to stab him.
  • In Harbinger when Hayes and Malcolm beat each other up. They just look so much better all sweaty and bruised up.
  • In the reboot movie Kirk gets strangled a total of three times; once by Spock, one by Nero and once by some other Romulan. The scene with Spock is particularly interesting because of the intense Sylar!glare.
  • This troper is sure that Star Trek is responsible for this tropers xenophillia and hand fetishes. Not to mention the uniforms, mmm, gotta love a man in uniform
    • In "First Contact"(the TNG episode, not the movie) xenophilia is a plot point.
  • The Countess Regina Bartholomew from the TNG episode "Ship in a Bottle". Sexy voiced Victorian era British MILF.  Rrowr.
  • Even the upper echelons of Starfleet are not immune to this, ie. Vice Admiral Nechayev. Yeah, she's a bitch, but, as the old line goes, "You say that like it's a bad thing."

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