Wonder Woman

  • A&E: Indian Filmmaker Tells Legendary Story to Empower Women

    Move over “Xena, Warrior Princess,” because the “Warrior Queen of Jhansi” is the latest “Wonder Woman” to inspire a new generation of girls and women.

  • An Interview with Phil Jimenez, the Artist Behind Wonder Woman

    The legendary LGBT writer and artist, Phil Jimenez, appeared this month at the Paradise City Comic Convention in Miami. Jimenez is noted for writing and drawing Wonder Woman for DC Comics, lending his artistic talents to characters such as Aquaman, Superwoman, Green Lantern, Justice League of America, Batman, and Superman.  

  • Original Wonder Woman Comes to Seminole Casino

    Like many awkward gay boys growing up in conservative, rural towns, I frequently escaped into a fantasy world of comic books and superheroes. When Lynda Carter first appeared on television in 1976 as the most glamorous superhero of them all, Wonder Woman, my second grade self was instantly smitten with her blue eyes and dazzled by her golden tiara, magic lasso and bullet-proof bracelets.

  • Remembering the ‘Wonder Woman’ of South Beach

    Late drag queen Sexilia loved performing as Wonder Woman. But to her friends and the local LGBT community it wasn’t a performance – she was a wonder woman.

  • Screen Savor: ‘Wonder Woman’ to the Rescue


    Presented in 3D (and IMAX, if you please), “Wonder Woman” (WB/DC), the long-awaited debut of the comic book world’s most celebrated female superhero has arrived just in time for Pride Month. That’s significant because the titular character, aka Princess Diana of Themyscira aka Diana Prince (Gal Gadot), is an Amazonian. Formed from clay and brought to life by Zeus, she was raised amongst women by her mother Queen Hippolyta (Connie Nielsen) and aunt General Antiope (Robin Wright), without the presence or influence of men. In other words, our lesbian separatist sisters are going to love this movie!

  • Wonder Woman is Obviously Bisexual – Petition Launched to Make it Official

    Being in the all-women homeland of Themyscira, same-sex attraction just makes sense.

  • Wonder Woman: A Woman Among Men

    Two weeks before Hillary Clinton lost the presidential race to alpha male Donald Trump, the United Nations named the feminist icon Wonder Woman honorary ambassador for the empowerment of women and girls.