‘I just feel like a stranger’: Star Trek fan reacts to her decision to leave the show behind

Posted August 16, 2018 08:16:18After a few months on the show, Star Trek’s long-running series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine fan Emily Sauer-Palladino decided to leave.

“I just felt like a nobody,” Sauer, 22, said.

“It was so weird to leave, because you know, it’s so much fun to be on that show, but you’re not the star.”

Sauer Sauer’s decision to exit the franchise was in part due to the show’s treatment of gender roles.

“The show was a show where you were supposed to be this kind of badass girl who was the captain and the captain’s pet,” she said.

Sauer added, “I don’t think there was any other way to express myself, other than to be a hero.

I just felt that was what the show wanted me to be.”

Saber Sauer said that while she loved the show and its cast, she was no longer happy with its representation of women.

“For me, the only reason I’m here is because of what the writers and actors did, and I can’t say I’m happy with that, but I’m not going to take it away from them,” she added.

The actress has since left the franchise in protest of the show.

“This is what you get for being a woman on TV,” she explained.

“There’s a lot of other ways to express yourself, which is sad.”

The actress also pointed out that she did not leave for a number of reasons.

“If you are a fan of Star Trek, you love this show,” she told NBC News.

They should just get rid of it. “

Star Trek is a franchise, and if they’re going to do this to me, they should just kill it.

They should just get rid of it.

I don’t want to be here anymore.”

Sasser said that she also had to move on with her life.

“After so many years of fandom, I feel like I’ve kind of gotten used to the whole experience, and that’s okay,” she continued.

“Because now I have this, and it’s a beautiful thing, and the only thing I’ve lost is my passion for the franchise.”

Saser Sasser, 22: “I feel like this is what I get for having been a fan.

It’s what I got for being an actress.”

Sizer Sasser says that she feels like a fan who has never been treated like a hero in the Star Trek universe.

“Even though I was a big Star Trek fandom person, and for the longest time, I was just a girl on the Internet,” Sasser explained.

Sasser Sasser’s decision not to remain on the franchise has had a lasting impact on her life, as she has since had to work on her education.

“Since I’m an actress, I can just write this book, and then I’ll go and read my work,” she concluded.

“Now I can read my own books.”

For the last year, Sasser has been writing a novel about the show that she is calling The Girl Who Loved Star Trek.

She said that, while it’s not intended to be an official biography, it is meant to tell the story of how she became an audience member of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the franchise that inspired her to write this story.

“What Star Trek has done for me is to give me this new perspective, this new way of being,” Sizer said.

“[The book] is about my journey, and all the struggles that I had growing up, and what it’s like for me to live in this world now.”

Siler Sasser added that she hopes to tell more stories from her experiences.

“Maybe I’ll do a film, or I’ll write a book,” she predicted.

Sizer has since been working on her third book, titled Star Trek Revisited.

“So far, it has taken five years of hard work to finish the book,” Sager said.