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Running head: SEXUAL PREJUDICE 1 Sexual Prejudice The Outcast Lane Barnes Bluegrass Community & Technical College
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SEXUAL PREJUDICE 2 When the J'naii mysteriously lose track of one of their shuttlecraft within their own star system, they request the help of a crew to assist in the investigation to locate it . A pocket of null space is discovered in the system . Believing the missing shuttle to be trapped inside the pocket, Commander Riker and Soren of the J'naii devise a rescue plan . Soren insists on being involved in the rescue mission . Working closely with the crew, and Commander Riker, Soren reveals to be curious about the differences between males and females . Soren reveals to Riker that the J'naii consider it a criminal offense for a J'naii to identify as either male or female, but Soren admits to having secretly identified as a female since childhood and having had relationships in secret with those who identify as males . Soren finds Riker attractive and is interested in starting a relationship with him . After the successful rescue of the J'naii shuttle crew, Riker and Soren secretly kiss . The kiss is witnessed by a colleague of Soren, who has Soren arrested . Soren is brought before a court so to say, is to confirm or deny the charges of the offense . Commander Riker intrudes on the proceedings and pleads for Soren's release, saying he forced himself on Soren .
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