“When they’re babies, people will come up and say to you ‘Are they a boy or a girl?’ when the kid’s in the pram and you can’t tell. And immediately when you tell them which gender it is they will behave differently according to what you tell them. It got to the point where we didn’t want people to know what gender the baby was. Just treat it as you’d treat someone you wanted to be nice to! Why is it so important to you to know? And then you hear people saying ‘Oh, look at him, he’s a little flirt isn’t he’, or ‘Oooh, she’s gonna wrap you around her little finger’ and all this. What are you on about? She’s two months old, she’s just shat herself.”—Alan Davies completely and utterly demolishing gender roles (via vanillanice)
The way Worf doesn’t really talk about the events of DS9 in the TNG movies has always been confusing from a Watsonian perspective (obviously the Doylist reason is ~continuity lockout~). But just imagine it:
"Oh by the way, I got married. No, you can’t meet her, she’s dead actually."
"Yeah, I was in a Jem’hedar prison camp. I’ve been fighting on the front lines. You know, for the war you people an inexplicably not involved in."
"Deanna, did I ever tell you about the time my friend Odo married your mom."