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The writer behind the new Wonder Woman comics says the superhero is gay

Greg Rucka, one of the writers of DC Comics' newly launched "Wonder Woman: Rebirth" series, says the heroine is a lesbian. Clearly, there have been many, many theories through the years surrounding the the world's most popular female superhero, her Amazonian roots, and her sexuality. Now, Rucka is confirming that that Diana Prince, aka Wonder Woman, has had sexual and romantic relationships with women.
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