Skip to comments.'Boys Can Be Wonder Woman': Promoting Tolerance or Child Abuse?
Posted on 10/30/2017 4:01:33 PM PDT by impetrio1
One of the many reasons Donald Trump won the presidency was to push back on the many progressive causes imposed on the American people without discussion until after the fact. Promotion of gender-neutral confusion is pushed on the nation's children at school, at times without the knowledge and/or consent of the parents because enlightened liberals know better.
With that, Halloween has now become another American holiday tradition under assault by politically correct, easily triggered liberals and they've taken yet another opportunity to push their agenda in the faces of Americans in what one group considers "heartwarming".
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Neither. It is cultural appropriation from Government officials the Greek sorority girls of the Amazon river does Amazons.
if a girl can be anything she wants to be what good is it if a boy can be that too?
If I were a teenage boy I might want to date Wonder Woman but not be Wonder Woman.
They’re going to need large balloons or something to fill out that bodice.
OTOH, colleges have said males can’t dress as women for Halloween. That would be gender appropriation or some such.
I identify as Bruce Jenner and I want that ugly woman to give me back my medals!
Cathy Lee Crosby’s WW outfit might be easier.
Nah. They can’t be Negroes. Not even if they’re black.
Marvel Comics' then-publisher Stan Lee said in 1978, "You know, years ago we brought out Wonder Man, and [DC Comics] sued us because they had Wonder Woman, and... I said okay, I'll discontinue Wonder Man. And all of a sudden they've got Power Girl [after Marvel had introduced Power Man]. Oh, boy. How unfair." Wikipedia
you know, “Wonder Transvestite” just doesn’t have the same ring to it as “Wonder Woman”; no alliteration at all ...
So cultural appropriation is forbidden but gender appropriation is cool? Okay.
Wonder Woman was a bad tv show, and I watched every episode because of Lynda Carter. I was 15 when the show started, and Lynda sure could get my attention.
Yes I’m scared of PC.
But this still begs the question: why is it bad for a boy to want to emulate a girl, but not a girl to emulate a boy?
I sure wanted to be Robin Hood, Superman and Spiderman, but yet I’m not homosexual. I looked up to them (real or not) and admired masculine qualities in general.
Indeed, basically no male ever dares emulate a female, but even in olden days it was OK for a girl to be like a boy.
Seems kind of lopsided, that’s for sure.
Boys can be Wonder Woman!! Mon Dieu!
Is this not, in today’s PC parlance, gender appropriation??
Only a transitioning boy, a TransGirl, can properly claim the role of Wonder Woman.
Maybe all those little girls who want to dress up as Moana should just claim to be TransPolynesian. Or maybe TransPolynesian Questioning if they want to go back to being themselves after Halloween.
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