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Old 17-07-2017, 09:31 AM   #21
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Dr Who has never been adverse to technology.

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the totalitarian tiptoe works by adjusting people to change by increments

if the water boils slowly enough the frog doesn't notice that it is slowly boiling to death. In fact in the case of the public the frog might cheer the warming water at first: ''yay we have a female doctor...look the world is getting better''...
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Old 17-07-2017, 09:41 AM   #22
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the totalitarian tiptoe works by adjusting people to change by increments

if the water boils slowly enough the frog doesn't notice that it is slowly boiling to death. In fact in the case of the public the frog might cheer the warming water at first: ''yay we have a female doctor...look the world is getting better''...
Dr Who’s original producer was a woman Verity Lambert and the series director an Indian guy Waris Hussein.

The casting of a new Doctor has often inspired debate and speculation: in particular, the desirability or possibility of a new Doctor being played by a woman. In October 2010, The Sunday Telegraph revealed that the series' co-creator, Sydney Newman, had urged the BBC to recast the role of the Doctor as a female "Time Lady" during the ratings crisis of the late 1980s.
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Old 17-07-2017, 09:44 AM   #23
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Dr Who’s original producer was a woman Verity Lambert and the series director an Indian guy Waris Hussein.

The casting of a new Doctor has often inspired debate and speculation: in particular, the desirability or possibility of a new Doctor being played by a woman. In October 2010, The Sunday Telegraph revealed that the series' co-creator, Sydney Newman, had urged the BBC to recast the role of the Doctor as a female "Time Lady" during the ratings crisis of the late 1980s.
oh yes i'm sure the 'diversity' obsessed rothschild vehicle known as the 'bbc' has turned the doctor who series to its agenda but the original series was as far as i'm aware created by 3 men

the irony of 'diversity' is that it is not diverse. It really seeks to make everything the same. Diversity would be having different characters for different people of different genders and ethnicities etc
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Old 17-07-2017, 12:30 PM   #24
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So do you think the 'man crush' comment is suggesting he fancies men to make it ok when he is a woman with a male assistant? Or is he going to continue fancying women and be a lesbian?

You see if they hadn't mentioned the sexual preferences of his assistants and himself they wouldn't have to address this to kids.....
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Old 17-07-2017, 02:32 PM   #25
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The Doctor is supposed to be asexual. So I think the new Doctor won't be either a lesbian bisexual or heterosexual but then again nothing surprises me with the new version of Dr Who and she may become either of the three.
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Old 17-07-2017, 03:20 PM   #26
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what i can't understand is why they have to turn male characters that were the creation of male minds into women

why don't women writers just create some new female characters?

we don't doctor who or the ghostbusters turned into females. We need female writers to create whole new female characters doing cool things from a female perspective

Doctors who was co-created by legendary female tv producer, verity lambert....
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Old 17-07-2017, 03:49 PM   #27
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I haven't seen it but if it's done really well, then there should be no fuss. My initial reaction is that a man should play the part. Yet when Peter Davison and Colin Baker took over, it didn't capture the imagination as much as their predecessors, especially Tom Baker. It's about creating something that really connects with the public, and whilst the two guys after Baker weren't bad, they had a tough legacy to follow. I doubt a female Doctor would have fared better.

It ought not to be surprising, really. All characters change with time and they reflect social changes. Back in the early 1970s, Jon Pertwee's Doctor was a touch more 'camp' than his predecessor. Roger Moore's portrayal of Bond also reflected the zeitgeist.

"Take our current Doctor Who for example. It may surprise you to learn that 'he' is a woman. We’ve always believed in giving women a fair crack at the whip. Not literally. That would be a dominatrix, which we also have in the BBC. There are currently three of them. Yeah, about three." (You can guess who I'm quoting.)


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Old 17-07-2017, 03:57 PM   #28
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Are we gonna see iconic female roles, like say Lara Croft, be played by a man then?
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Old 17-07-2017, 04:05 PM   #29
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Are we gonna see iconic female roles, like say Lara Croft, be played by a man then?
No, that'd be terrible. So I do understand people not wanting a Doctor Who-ess.
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Old 17-07-2017, 04:29 PM   #30
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Remember Ocean's 11 and the sequels? apparently there's an all female one coming soon
that'll be good, just like the last ghostbusters... NOT!
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Old 17-07-2017, 04:31 PM   #31
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Star Trek had a female captain and that went well... NOT!
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Star Trek had a female captain and that went well... NOT!
I liked Voyager. Better than DS9, anyways.
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Dwaine Johnson!



(In)Diana Jones.

Dorothy Vader.

Hanna Solo.

Chewy ()

Sue Perman. (Perhaps Sue Perkins could do that.... Actually Sue Perkins would be an ace Doctor! And she's a lezzer!)

i can't think of anymore......

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We had a woman Prime Minister (and look where that got us!), a woman Terminator, a woman in charge of Voyager (and look where that got them!), we even had a woman in the Garden of Eden (and look where that got us!)....
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Barbara Fett
Linda Calrissian
Annie Skywalker
Waynetta Bruce sorry
Petra Parker
Toni Stark
Davina Banner

(FFS got too much time on my hands...)
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The show is ruined for sure it will tank in the ratings.
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LMAO

That's brilliant
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They'll have women snooker referee's next!

Oh, hang on..........!
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Are we gonna see iconic female roles, like say Lara Croft, be played by a man then?
no 'diversity' is about attacking certain groups of people

But it's interesting how white people are criticsed for 'cultural appropriation' if they have dreadlocks even though dreadlocks have been used around the world for thousands of years and yet here we see the very same progressives appropriating gender

'gender appropriation' is what is going on here with male characters being turned into female characters
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Doctors who was co-created by legendary female tv producer, verity lambert....
a producer is not a writer. The role of a producer is not to have a creative role, it is to assist in the production. It is writers who create the essence of a character

Doctor WHO was created by 3 guys:

Sydney Newman
C. E. Webber
Donald Wilson
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Canadian, Sydney Newman was the driving force behind the creation of Dr Who.
personally Terry Nation completed Dr Who as the 'inventor' of the Daleks...
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