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About Wonder Woman’s origins…

14 Oct

I had no idea, till I read this synopsis of a biography movie now playing in local movie theatres:

Even worse than I could have imagined…

I was right in my instincts to skip “Wonder Woman” this summer, and I’ll also be giving this prog agitprop, and any future versions of “Wonder Woman”, a pass…

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11 responses to “About Wonder Woman’s origins…

  1. nightskyradio

    October 15, 2017 at 12:48 am

    Dude, you don’t even know,

     
  2. feeriker

    October 15, 2017 at 2:47 am

    … who helped invent the modern lie detector test …

    That alone is reason enough to condemn the guy to multiple eternities in hell. The rest of his sordid life just serves to prolong and amplify his condemnation.

    And to answer the inevitable question: No, NO ONE other than the handful of Christian manospherians who frequent here will be outraged or in any way have their perceptions or opinions of “Wonder Woman” changed with the revelation of what a truly degenerate douchebag her creator was and how she originated.

     
    • Will S.

      October 15, 2017 at 8:27 am

      I find the use of polygraphs problematic, too.

      Innocent people could get nervous while being tied to one, and mistakenly considered to be lying.

      And guilt should be established upon evidence, not feelings.

       
    • Will S.

      October 15, 2017 at 8:27 am

      Alas, everyone else embraces Wonder Woman, and indeed, few will find her origins problematic…

       
      • Gerry T. Neal

        October 15, 2017 at 11:22 pm

        I’m well aware of her origins, Marston’s lifestyle, the feminism infused to the character right from the beginning, and the feminist intentions of this summer’s blockbuster film. I stand behind my review of the film however, and my assessment that it is ultimately subversive of its own agenda. 😉 The tribe of feminists, living in their feminist paradise, proved in the end to have the same warped view of things as the chief villain of the movie, and only by rejecting that viewpoint and accepting that of the male lead, as well as discovering the father she never knew and claiming his weapon as her own, could the female lead, a hybrid of the two long-standing exceptions to the patriarchal rule that women are not warriors, defeat her enemy in the end. If the feminists that made that movie actually took the time to sit down and think through what they had written they would be appalled and furious.

         
      • Will S.

        October 16, 2017 at 5:12 pm

        Interesting, Gerry. Funny how that goes…

         
  3. Joshua Sinistar (@Joshua06716)

    October 17, 2017 at 11:53 pm

    DC Comics has buried it deep, but Marston was an admirer of John Willie and his bondage comic, Perils of Gwendoline. Its not for nothing that this lesbian heroine is HELPLESS WHEN BOUND. She can go toe to toe with Superman and Shazam/Captain Marvel, but tie her hands together and she’s as helpless as a kitten. All these comics guys are freaks really. Heroes with little boys as their “sidekicks” who get kidnapped and held hostage to be “rescued”.
    There have been MULTIPLE INVESTIGATIONS of this “industry” over the years. The “comics code authority” was set up by the “industry” to “police themselves” and get angry parents off of them. You know who has been using the funny papers to push their agenda since the beginning. Dumb blondes and punching Hitler. “Brave and smart” minorities, and ebil raciss white men.

     

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