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Sperms in Space and the Lust for Power Grips Voyagers in Theaters April 9th
by Bradley L. Bartz
Los Angeles CA (SPX) Apr 10, 2021

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Every space event always seems to have a chuckle about sex in space. But the no jargon crowd at NASA somehow magnified the power of sex by denying it to the Voyagers crew. The opening scene with our little swimmers marching to pierce the goal only belies the race to save man.

One dad for all kids being grown to launch with the premise that if they don't see the outside of the box they won't miss anything. The attachment shows quickly as Dad forces his way to get on the rocket as their protector. Still, the view of saving mankind makes our little heroes shine in the bubbles of their helmets.

HUMANTIS greets the travelers and the caretakers, except dear old dad, leave. The hatch closes with the confirmation by the voice in the sky. The boot of Florida is last we see as 10 years and teenager angst shows its persona.

We get confirmation of no sex in space and the pained hungry eyes of youth dart about. At 24 the artificial seaman will join the crew twice before landing. A 3rd generation to populate the destination.

If you work in a cubicle, you might be perfect for going to space. The ability to be in confined spaces with a smile is a needed work skill in space!

He can hear the lie. And the moment is when the quest begins to find out why they are being drugged and why is it secret.

NASA is really against humans doing it in space. Because the emotions will outbound the ship and fill it with, oh my gosh, people. At the end of the day, man's purity notion is preventing appropriate science. But, kids show ways to bypass the man and get off in so many ways.

Puberty in space with drugs to calm the libido. Let the games begin!

Voyagers is a Lionsgate film and is in theaters today.

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