#7 The importance of female representation - Discussing the impact of Wonder Woman (with Sterling S.)


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Women make up roughly 50% of moviegoers, and yet it's taken decades to get the most popular female superhero onto the big screen. With so much anticipation many people have walked out of their Wonder Woman screenings, including myself, feeling a rush of emotions. Sterling joins me to discuss what that experience was like for her, the process of her embracing feminism, and what impact it has on young audiences to be able to see a little of themselves in the heroes that inspire them.

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