Kudos to another gater for the expression “protect the lore of the series” in supporting response to one of my posts about respecting the Stargate races.
I am unable to thank that person directly or reply to that post, but I will be using that expression going forward. I might be shadow-banned on that site now– no loss given how unregistered trolls can drop in– and have these three things to say in regards to responses on the Unas article:
1) The episode title “Beast of Burden” to me was *how* Chaka was being treated by slave-holding humans and not *who* Chaka is or *who* the Unas are. The Unas are a race and Canadian sensibility where Stargate: Atlantis originated has always been anti-slavery long before the USA abolished the dreadful institution. The monsters of this episode were criminal humans.
2 )The wish is to see Stargate being given the respect other scifi franchises enjoy. Members on GW jump to defend Chewbacca and the same and more is warranted on a Stargate site for Stargate lore. Stargate must have back the respect it had on the old MGM Stargate site of 10 years.
3) As to the guest account remark about so-called “pronoun garbage,” canon-compliant and respectful pronouns are important as well, but the words “race” and “beast” are nouns, not pronouns. Leave it to an empty sockpuppet guest account (i.e., a troll) to have such a poor grasp and disregard of grammar.