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Is Wonder Woman Queer? ‘The Answer Is Obviously Yes,’ Says Her Writer

There's a long history of not-so-straight subtext in tales of superhero fiction's best-known leading lady, Diana of Themyscira, a.k.a. Wonder Woman. As Jill Lepore documented in 2014's The Secret History of Wonder Woman, her earliest stories from the 1940s implied girl-on-girl love in her native Amazon society. But rarely has ... More »
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