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Lynda Carter, Wonder Woman actress, discusses the character’s LGBTQIA + status

Wonder Woman star Lynda Carter defends the superhero character as a queer icon during Pride Month. Happy pride! I am so excited to celebrate with all my LGBTQIA + friends and fans, ”the actress posted on Twitter. However, she caught some reactions from homophonous fans who said that Wonder Woman has nothing to do with being involved in gay rights, non-genes, pronouns and anything else against our Lord. ”

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The character of the Wonder Woman as a Queer Icon

The actress’ post sparked an online debate, and some fans posted that even though the movies and TV shows didn’t explicitly portray the Wonder Woman character as weird, DC Comics Wonder Woman author Greg Rucka confirmed in 2016 that ” Princess Diana of Themyscira is weird. “

Carter, who starred in the recent film “Wonder Woman,” alongside Gal Gadot, defended the character he played in the 1970s television series “I Didn’t Write Wonder Woman, But If You Want to Argue It’s Not an Icon queer or trans, then you are not careful “, she wrote on Twitter.

The actress even shared her personal experience with fans who felt the same way about the character. “Every time someone comes to me and says that WW helped them while they were imprisoned, it reminds me how special the role is.”

Carter and Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman

Carter brought to life the DC superhero in the Wonder WOman series from 1975 to 1979, and has since reappeared in the realm of superheroes in the 2016 Supergirl. Woman 1984, and another is on the way.

The beginning of the argument

The 70-year-old actress posted a series of tweets about the appearance of the month of pride, claiming that Diana Prince, popularly known as Wonder Woman, was in fact an icon of the strange.

Her tweet featured an artistic cover of the character, surrounded by a rainbow background, which said “Happy Pride!” she wrote. “I’m so excited to celebrate with all my LGBTQIA + friends and fans 🏳️‍🌈

Art by Paulina Ganucheau for
@DCComics ”.” and here the tweets started flowing. One of the trolls said, “Wonder Woman is NOT a superhero for gays!” and Carter responded by claiming to be right. He’s a superhero for bisexuals! ”

In addition, the actress shared the above image of herself as a young dollar man with a fighting stance and said funny that “she likes to see all the love from LGBTQ + fans today! Now, here’s what I call “ready to fight your homophobic relatives.” I was kidding. (or is it me?) Haha! ”.”

As Lynda Carter is always an ally on and off screen, when it comes to the iconic character in OWnder Women, it is said that she will resume her role as Asteria in Wonder Woman 3, after returning remarkably in “Wonder Woman 1984” from the years 2020. ”

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