Lovely review and thoughts on Wonder Woman. A powerful movie for women and girls…
I took my daughter to see “Wonder Woman” last weekend. I highly recommend it—such a strong, complex, and inspiring portrayal of humanity at its best and worst, with a hopeful ending.
Today I’m (somewhat) inspired in parallel by (some) politicians, three Republican senators in particular, calling for transparency in drafting healthcare reform. I hereby present my attempt to integrate that exquisite Wonder Woman Experience with my current political outlook.
***WARNING*** THIS POST MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS FOR THOSE WHO HAVE NOT SEEN THE MOVIE.
Diana of Themyscira grows up believing in the innate goodness of humans. The Amazons are educated, independent, strong, and proud, and also collaborative, compassionate, kind, and sensitive. When Diana learns of the horrific war waged by mankind outside of her paradise home, she relates it to the story of Ares, the God of War, who corrupts the hearts of men to commit acts of hatred upon…
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