Originally published 06/07/2017
Wonder Woman, created in the 1940s, proves that feminism didn’t come in waves.
Originally published 06/05/2017
This movie shows that not only are girls smarter than boys, but they can crack heads better than them, too.
Originally published 03/09/2015
"The book argues against the idea that the struggle for woman’s equality came in waves."
Originally published 12/15/2014
Then she discovered Wonder Woman offered fresh insights to feminism.
Originally published 11/05/2014
Her latest book peels back the curtain on the history of the most famous female superhero Wonder Woman, created in 1941.
Originally published 09/24/2014
"Wonder Woman is psychological propaganda for the new type of woman who should, I believe, rule the world.”
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