Wonder Woman is having a strong impact on everyone who has seen the movie. One person in particular works at a kindergarten and goes by Hot Latino Space Rebel on Tumblr. Being around kids all day, she shared a list in which she referred to “cute Wonder Woman related things” that she witnessed from her kids in the week that followed Wonder Woman’s release.
Her name is actually Kassel, a 20-year-old Tumblr user who took the time to create a list of things that she saw. Imagine what’s going on throughout the world where the movie is being shown. If this list is just of things that have taken place within a week and by kindergartners, imagine what impact Wonder Woman is having everywhere else.
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The movie’s director, Patty Jenkins, tweeted the list when it was brought to her attention. She wrote, “My producer just sent me this… ABSOLUTELY INCREDIBLE! This makes every hard day worth it. Thank you to whomever wrote it!!”
Even Wonder Woman herself retweeted the list when Gal Gadot wrote, “Wow the last paragraph really gave me the chills. So true. So powerful. Gives me a huge drive to dive in and work on the next one.”
She is a good role model after all. Wonder Woman is actually Diana, Princess of Themyscira, Daughter of Hippolyta. When she’s not on Themyscira, she goes by the name Diana Prince. Her mission is to literally bring peace to the world. She can do that through her awesome skills as a fighter, but she never escalates a conflict.
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There is so much to Wonder Woman that makes her remarkable. That’s what women all over the world are seeing when they watch the movie. With Gal Gadot bringing the DC comic character to life on the big screen, women get to see a woman who is empowered. She doesn’t fight out of anger or with anger. She fights with confidence because that’s what she was trained to do all her life.
That’s very empowering to women. To little girls growing up in this age, it’s a good outlook for them to have. They’re not forced to look at the world through their dolls and dollhouses if they choose. They can see the world through a female ambassador who is strong enough to fight the toughest men in the world, but even stronger to bring peace to conflict.