Mr. Sulu pilots the Enterprise out of the closet

If you are subjected to the term “Captain’s log” enough times, something like this is bound to happen.

In the forthcoming issue of the gay magazine “Frontiers”, George Takei, who played “Mr. Sulu” on Star Trek, has his official coming out party, describing his life-long mission to explore strange new worlds and exploit The Federation’s “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy.

According to Takei, it wasn’t really a “coming out” all at once but a slower process:

“It’s more like a long, long walk through what began as a narrow corridor that starts to widen.”

Say no more, George.

“He’s gay, Jim.”


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