Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Wonder Woman (Comic Book) Strongly Promotes Same Sex Marriage, Time To Boycott Time Warner!

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The world's most iconic female superhero isn't just a supporter of same-sex "marriages" -- she officiates them, too.
That's right, Wonder Woman presides over the wedding of two brides in Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman, Chapter 48.  The new installment of the anthology series, due out Aug. 20, was written and illustrated by Jason Badower. 

The "wedding" issue also marks Badower's DC Comics debut. The artist told The Huffington Post in an interview that Wonder Woman (she already promotes Avodah Zarah) is "the most logical candidate in the DC Universe," to officiate same-sex "marriages" because her creator, William Moulton Marston who was in a 3 way relationship with 2 women (that means they were together also), specified that she originally hailed from an island inhabited only by women. Hence, he said, it's likely that Wonder Woman's mother would have officiated and authorized similar ceremonies.  In the book (1954Seduction of the Innocent psychiatrist Fredric Wertham claimed that Wonder Woman was supposed to promote lesbianism, Dc Comics vehemently deigned these charges.  That book led to the comic book code that forced standards on the comic book industry that worked until the 70's.
Badower said he also really wanted to reference current affairs -- specifically, the U.S. Supreme Court's June 26 ruling that legalized same-sex "marriage" nationwide -- in the story. 
"I saw this Wonder Woman story as an incredible opportunity to have one of the most recognizable, iconic characters in the world to be among the first to step forward and officially endorse this new law," he said. "But I thought, let's not just have Wonder Woman embrace this new law, let's have her celebrate it."  and thus convince kids this is great.
As to whether or not Wonder Woman might one day find herself in a same-sex relationship, Badower pointed to her longtime, heterosexual love interest Steve Trevor. With Wonder Woman often rescuing Trevor in a gender-reversed take on the "damsel-in-distress" motif, he said, "The pressures she must have felt from that unconventional relationship would, unfortunately, be familiar to many people today."
He then said, "Her courage in the face of that is an incredible attribute we can all learn from." 
DC Comics hasn't shied away from lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) issues in recent years. In 2013, the DC Universe introduced the first openly transgender character in a "Batgirl" comic. Meanwhile, Selina Kyle, the character formally known as Catwoman, was confirmed to be bisexual.
Meanwhile, Midnighter, a character who first appeared in the DC Comics franchise in 1998, will reportedly explore his sexuality and even join the gay social networking app Grindr in a forthcoming comic book.
For the past 20 years DC Comics has actively been promoting homosexuality from remaking established characters as homosexuals (Most noticeably Green Lantern a character that goes back to the early 40's) to black listing Orson Scott Card (who opposes same sex "marriage") from working on Superman breaking their deal with him. 
Don't think this story doesn't effect you, Many Orthodox Jewish children heard of Wonder Woman, Furthermore things less then this, have already brainwashed a generations of youth leading to our current predicament.

Even if you don't read DC Comics you can make your view known by not using other Time Warner products.
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