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TL;DR - The new Wonder Woman movie has ACTUAL ARMOUR IN IT THAT IS FUNCTIONAL, unlike the previous Wonder Woman clothing, which was purely meant to sexualize her.

TL;DR - The new Wonder Woman movie has ACTUAL ARMOUR IN IT THAT IS FUNCTIONAL, unlike the previous Wonder Woman clothing, which was purely meant to sexualize her.

DC Comics asegura que el estreno de ‘Mujer Maravilla’ será en 2019, protagonizada por supuesto por Gal Gadot y podría repetir Patty Jenkins

DC Comics asegura que el estreno de ‘Mujer Maravilla’ será en 2019, protagonizada por supuesto por Gal Gadot y podría repetir Patty Jenkins

This talk was the culmination of our sex education unit at Kalispell Middle School for our 8th grade boys. There is a battle to be fought, and in this messag...

This talk was the culmination of our sex education unit at Kalispell Middle School for our 8th grade boys. There is a battle to be fought, and in this messag...

Tutorial paint armor antique gold by Ankh-Feels.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Tutorial paint armor antique gold by Ankh-Feels.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Wonder Woman : une bande-annonce spectaculaire pour Gal Gadot et Chris Pine

Wonder Woman : une bande-annonce spectaculaire pour Gal Gadot et Chris Pine

My tutorial on how to make a basic female breastplate using EVA foam and (optional) thermoplastic. For more of my work you can follow me on facebook. www.facebook.com/KinpatsuCospl… I a...

My tutorial on how to make a basic female breastplate using EVA foam and (optional) thermoplastic. For more of my work you can follow me on facebook. www.facebook.com/KinpatsuCospl… I a...

DIY Wonder Woman Cosplay - by Becka Noel. Step 4: Now that each foam piece had its Worbla partners, it was time to heat it up, meld together. I started with the shoulder piece, which consisted of two pieces, a large piece, which curved on and around my shoulder, and a fin, which stood up perpendicular to the shoulder. After heating up my large piece, I pressed around the edges of the Worbla to seal them together and cut it out. Then, more heat (I use a Wagner 1,200-watt heat gun)

DIY Wonder Woman Cosplay - by Becka Noel. Step 4: Now that each foam piece had its Worbla partners, it was time to heat it up, meld together. I started with the shoulder piece, which consisted of two pieces, a large piece, which curved on and around my shoulder, and a fin, which stood up perpendicular to the shoulder. After heating up my large piece, I pressed around the edges of the Worbla to seal them together and cut it out. Then, more heat (I use a Wagner 1,200-watt heat gun)

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