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“I Will Never Be Silenced”: Watch Gal Gadot’s Amazing Critics’ Choice Awards Acceptance Speech

I'm sure that to some, it will seem strange that a superhero is being held up as an "accurate portrayal" of women. But in her acceptance speech, Gadot says what we already knew. Diana Prince may be an Amazon, but there's a reason why she spoke to so many women, why audiences of all genders connected with her.
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