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DaibhidC
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05:36:26 AM Apr 12th 2016
In what way does the single appearance of an Orion woman (as a Starfleet cadet) in Star Trek contradict the idea that Orion society is actually a matriarchy? It's a concept that gets heavily used in the IDW comic revealing the backstory of said cadet.
LoserTakesAll
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12:29:53 AM Jun 28th 2011
edited by LoserTakesAll
I'm not sure I'd go so far as to recommend changing the page picture, but the only background provided for Oola from Return of the Jedi has her as a rich chieftan's daughter who wasn't enslaved until she arrived at Jabba's palace thinking she was an honored guest. Granted, that's from an Expanded Universe novel, but like I said, it's the only background she's been given; there's nothing in the movie to suggest she was born a slave any more than Leia was. In fact, she's awfully (and fatally) disobedient for someone who was raised to be subservient.
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