Wonder Woman

In the movie Wonder Woman, it was shocking to have a woman as the heroine during a world war where men were the fighters. This film shows the importance of strong female leads that act as role models for young developing women in our society. Diana Prince (Wonder Woman) was a member of the Amazonians, a society made up entirely of female warriors. She learns from a young age how to fight to protect herself and her people. When faced with a tough decision to abandon her people and save the world, or to stay behind to be with her mother, she chose the former. This choice proved to be what determined the course of the movie and it showed that a single woman could overcome even the strongest of armies.

By Sylvia M. and Ava F.

Wonder Woman

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