It might have looked different in other parts of the country, but at New York’s Alamo Drafthouse in Brooklyn, the first “Wonder Woman with Wonder Woman” screening had not a naysayer in sight.
When Drafthouse first announced the nationwide screenings for anyone who identifies as a woman, a reliable subsection of the internet was up in arms.
“Their panties were very twisted,” lifelong Wonder Woman fan Anna Davenport told Mashable at the New York screening. She couldn’t suppress a smile.
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Davenport was born in 1971 and grew up with Wonder Woman and the Bionic Woman — the only female superheroes who were beacons nonetheless. Read more…
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