Wonder Woman

I am so overwhelmed by this film that I can barely compose a thought. For little warriors like me, neglected and disabused of my own strengths, to finally have my own genuine superhero is enormous. 

Diana is not Katniss. Katniss is a human hero, fighting for the survival of her people. Her hand was forced. Katniss shines bright, and I adore her. Her story is one of people caught in political wars. 

Diana is not Princess Leia. Leia was born to a privileged life and saw it ripped away, her home and people utterly destroyed. She is a rogue, fighting back from nothing. She is human, extraordinary and wily. I loved her with all my heart. 

Diana is not Lieutenant Uhura. Uhura was a professional, an officer, sharp and smart member of an elite team of explorers. 

Diana is a god. She is nearly invincible with untold strength and intelligence. She is under no familial duress, has no career aspirations and no agenda. She fights by choice, for love of humanity. She as a god, a superhero, represents what humanity can accomplish, rather than what a person would do. She is femininity, she is might, she is righteousness. She raises our consciousness and gives us strength we didn’t know was there.

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