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Well if you did, then you were absolutely breaking T:SPOIL at the time, and apparently the admins/mod did not notice. Discussions was still a new feature, and still isn't fully integrated into the wiki itself. Just because you got away with something doesn't mean it's allowed, and certainly can't serve as precedent for further T:SPOIL-breaking. :)
In any case, we /did not/ talk about Bill before her first episode, and did not have a page on Friend from the Future until then, either. So you're citing precedent that isn't there.
That was over a year and a half ago, in fact. We've had two Christmas specials and a fantastic tenth series. I recommend you catch up :)
(The plot point is in the series 9 finale.)
The diner itself is akin to the police box threshold.
Jack has been pregnant before, by the way, or at least so he implies in Everything Changes.
To answer the question, yes, Bill is hella gay. For the record, they did not "promote" Bill being queer; Pearl offhandedly mentioned it in an interview, and some news sources picked up on it. It's not like they were trying to send a specific message, or appeal to a demographic.
In fact, in an interview, Moffat revealed that he realised Bill's sexuality while writing her first scripts. He had her saying this bit about liking a boy, and it just didn't feel write to him, so he changed it to a girl and suddenly it made sense--Bill is gay, that's who this character is.
(Bill is not the first openly queer companion, by the way, because that would be Jack Harkness, who was /very/ openly pansexual/omnisexual from his first episode.)
To respond to a bit of the discourse here, though, there is a difference between an "opinion" and "bigotry". Religion or no religion, denying, disrespecting or generally being intolerant of others' realities, who are different from yourself, falls into the latter category. What toppings are best on pizza, which is your favourite Doctor, season, companion, story--those are opinions. Let's stick to tolerance here: tolerance towards gender, race, religion, sexuality, and everything in between.
As CzechOut pointed out in a recent post, hate speech will NOT be tolerated on Tardis, and it WILL get you banned. "This wiki will instantly and infinitely ban any user who, in our estimation, targets either users or fictional characters because of race, gender, age, religion or sexuality." Just keep that in mind. Thank you.
Enjoy series 10 :)
Frankly, CzechOut summed it up quite well above, so I don't think I'm needed here any longer. In fact, as he says, there is an underlying pro-feminist message in that episode and in the context we are using it. Here, Martha's a modern-day woman of colour, brought back to 1913 and dealing with the racism and sexism of that time. The fact that she gets through that is AMAZING. That happens to be my favourite episode, as well, though I can perhaps understand how those less familiar with series 3 of Doctor Who will miss over the point of that image.
Hey, another admin here, and I'm non-binary. So, speaking from a hella queer perspective, I understand why the LGBTQ category was removed (before my time), and I don't see the heading for the too listy tag as especially problematic.
Allow me to explain (reiterate what Czech said above): with an understanding of the scene in ''Human Nature'', the sexism displayed is obviously not the side we're rooting for. In a world as vast as the DWU, the Doctor and his companions have visited so many cultures and so many periods of time, and has never shied away from displaying the issues of the past. (As Czech said, there are also many things in classic Who which might be considered problematic today.) As a show and franchise so steeped in time travel, you have to of course understand that in recording some of that in encyclopedic form, we will be recording outdated values. We don't censor. We "depict things as they exist in the narratives of the DWU", and just as much as that will include suffragettes and Sarah Jane Smith being great in the 1970s, it will also feature people who were racist and sexist in the 1910s, and people being horrible in the current age as well. We're obviously not promoting those values by covering them.
As for the claims being made about the primary editors of this wiki, you might like to know that of the three most active admin right now, two are women and one is non-binary. I'm obviously quite sensitive to gender/LGBTQ issues, so I hear ya. I do, I hear you.
The category in question had to be removed because of the DWU's treatment of those identities and sexualities. You can read up a bit on that at tardis.wikia.com/wiki/Sexuality; LGBTQ is not an acronym which has been shown to exist in the DWU, and in fact a lot of DWU media has really been pushing openness and fluidity above all else. By the 51st century, we're "just a bit more flexible when it comes to dancing"; from Jack Harkness' perspective, our "quaint little categories" just don't apply. So to really go about this authentically, we can't simply use real world concepts to categorise characters or Jason Kane. (I'd love to have a /page/, though, which covers the treatment of LGBTQ issues from a real world perspective, throughout the history of Doctor Who.)
And for the real world categories, no one could have been more excited that we finally got our first trans actor on the show (tardis.wikia.com/wiki/Bethany_Black), but as is the case with outing people in the real world, or unintentionally misidentifying them, it might cause problems if we opened that door, for any page to be added. People, real world people, might be added based on a rumour, or simply a mistake or misunderstanding, and unlike with real content, no source would be technically required to add the category. It could be untrue, they could be outed when they were not open about such things in their professional life, or it might be correct and quite true--but regardless, such a category would be difficult to monitor, and when you're dealing with real people, you should always air on the side of sensitivity.
Some others thought it was Matt Lucas back in 2005: sarah531.livejournal.com/71112.html
One user in that same discussion said they didn't think it was him, though. I haven't checked out the scene for this myself. I feel like it's unlikely to be him, but nevertheless possible.
In one hour, it will have been the top of the hour since the original UK broadcast ends. Wiki editing can begin then, once I create the page for the episode. That said, it might be respectful to those outside of the UK to wait a bit in Discussions--but not policy.
To be more precise, at least as I understood it, the main, fully-Time Lord Tenth Doctor was both the 'eleventh' and 'twelfth'. Or in other words, he used up his tenth /and/ eleventh regenerations. Meta-crisis was also a result of the Doctor's eleventh regeneration, but he was more a bi-product, as was Donna becoming a meta-crisis as well.
I agree with Tweedlebean's analysis
It only works on desktop, I'm afraid.
Most recently, they have released Last of the Titans: soundcloud.com/big-finish/doctor-who-last-of-the-titans-part-1
Here's their playlist for free episode 1s: soundcloud.com/big-finish/sets/free-part-1-adventures
Here's a fan's playlist of the full stories released by BF: soundcloud.com/black_guardian/sets/big-finish-full-stories
Again, you have to scroll down. They haven't released full audios in a while.
I loved its premise already, so thanks for getting me to actually listen to it.
All of those stories can be found at soundcloud.com/big-finish, although you will have to scroll down some.
Additionally, Big Finish released a tonne of Doctor Who audios on Spotify in many countries. Like, a lot. There's over 94 hours of material (for main range) there, including The Chimes of Midnight, a personal favourite.
Here's the link for that: open.spotify.com/user/doctorwhoofficial/playlist/3ajZ0nnpwBARvex1sdT7si
Note that there are also playlists for other ranges by Big Finish on Spotify.
Almost ten times longer? How about a hundred times longer?