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The Wonder Woman Movie: Sex, Race and Walking Away From Explosions Like a Badass

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The Wonder Woman movie smashed expectations to become a huge hit. Graphic Policy discusses the blockbuster including it's portrayal of sexuality, race, world history and badass swords.

Our guests:

Keidra Chaney is the co-founder and publisher of The Learned Fangirl a website that amplifies marginalized voices in media criticism and fandom scholarship. Keidra is currently a strategist for the Culture Lab’s Cultural Pulse Project, which connects organizers and progressive changemakers with online pop culture communities. She's been published in Chicago Sun-Times, Time Out Chicago, Bitch Magazine Keidra has had a varied career in independent publishing, digital strategy and social media community management for non-profit organizations.

Desiree Rodriguez is a pop culture critic who has written for Women Write About Comics, The Nerds of Color, is the co-host for the DC TV Classics podcast, and editorial assistant for Lion Forge’s Catalyst Prime initiative.

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