GENCON The Character Is On The Inside.
There is a super hero called Wonder Woman. A DC Comic character appeared in 1941 and well known from the Wonder Woman TV series airing in 1975-1979. The Princess Diana, cleverly calling herself Diana Prince, owned a nice collection of weapons and the only invisible aircraft outside the Klingon nation.
Sure she was a princess, and what girl has not dreamed about being a princess? But to be Wonder Woman, was to be an assertive woman; an assertive woman who was brilliant, clever, witty, and ethical. She expected the truth and she could hang with the best of them. “Them” being the Justice League: Superman, Batman, Aquaman, Hawkman, Flash, Green Lantern, etc., going up against the super villains’ Legend of Doom. Wonder Woman was seen as an equal.
Many women grew up with Wonder Woman. She was a great role model. She was an airplane pilot. She was in the military. She was in hand-to-hand combat and brought in the bad guys. She was assertive and still, she was a sexy woman with accessories that looked like a tiara but converted to a weapon.
So are you a Wonder Woman? Did you grow up to be awesome? Did you become a pilot? Did you join the military? Did you become a police officer, a nurse practitioner, or go to work at the United Nations? Because we all know that the Super Friends show up at the United Nations. Or did you become an artist traveling to Japan and creating the next generation of superheroes?
Are you seeking truth, justice, and peace? Do you make ethical decisions? Can you kick butt and get the truth out of folks? If so, you might just be a Wonder Woman.
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