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Hour 2:           What do comic book heroines tell us about how society handles real-life superwomen? We’ll talk this hour with Erin Prather Stafford, executive producer of the new documentary “Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines,” which airs on KERA television and PBS this evening. This interview is part of KERA’s Women And Girls Lead initiative.

  • Anonymous

    Art reflect or projects the culture? Feminists have been pushing on
    worldwide culture to FAVOR women. Unfortunately this push has diminished
    and caused an adversary position to develop around being male here in
    the USA. Don’t believe men are treasured as anything anymore.
    Additionally, many women now strive to be “Wonder/Super woman” in order
    to break-even in today’s economically-bound world

  • msr2day

    Art reflect or projects the culture? Feminists have been pushing on
    worldwide culture to FAVOR women. Unfortunately this push has diminished
    and caused an adversary position to develop around being male here in
    the USA. Don’t believe men are treasured as anything anymore.
    Additionally, many women now strive to be “Wonder/Super woman” in order
    to break-even in today’s economically-bound world

  • Anonymous

    In 4th grade during the late 60′s, I spend a summer reading Superman comic books’ from a neighbor’s collection. I was not impressed by Wonder Woman. I was impressed by the League and how they joined together to become more than one.

  • msr2day

    In 4th grade during the late 60′s, I spend a summer reading Superman comic books’ from a neighbor’s collection. I was not impressed by Wonder Woman. I was impressed by the League and how they joined together to become more than one.

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