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Why Wonder Woman?

She’s the beautiful, strong woman who has become symbolically, the woman we all want to be…

Many women consider themselves wonder woman because they balance the job, children, higher education, the second job, and the bills without the aid of a man. But that’s the new norm. There are so many women out here doing it all, so how is that a wonder? When Diana Prince was with the other amazons, she wasn’t wonder woman yet, because they all were strong. She stood out when she came to earth.

So to the wonder women out there, what makes you a wonder?? 

Okay, maybe the women who aren’t just getting by financially, or stressing or crying over their responsibilities have that super strength we all envy…  

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I’m Hannah Erica, a Philly native and the writer for this website. I received my Bachelor’s in Communications with a Journalism certificate from the University of Phoenix. I came from a big family, and growing up we didn’t have many material things to play with, so our creative sides came out. As a child I would write skits that my siblings and I acted out, and I would write children's books to read to my younger siblings. More than a decade ago a started writing film scripts and completed two. It's a tough business to get work published, so I put the film script writing on the back burner and I write short stories that I publish on my own website. "If opportunity doesn't knock, build a door."- Milton Berle.

9 comments on “Why Wonder Woman?

  1. nicolejhanrea

    when i was little i couldn’t say wonder woman, so she was “womon woman” to me. lol lol lol.

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  2. I’m not a wonder woman, but I’ll get there someday! Kudos to all those wonder women out there!

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  3. I don’t consider myself a Wonder Woman. Just trying to live life and have fun! Too many labels cause too much pressure and over anxiety. Just live your life.

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  4. A woman on a mission gets it done!

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