Wonder Woman is into BDSM

November 8, 2017

When was the last time you watched a really good, stay-at-home, fetish movie? Perhaps your last account was 9 1/2 Weeks,  or for the newer folks, 50 Shades of Grey. Well here is a recommendation that will get your romantic juices flowing again - and Wonder Woman is the feature! 

 

Professor Marston & The Wonder Women:

 

Let me tell you immediately - it would be a mistake on your part to assume that this movie is about turning Wonder Woman into just another sex symbol. Although I can only vouch for what I've seen in the trailer, and did not attend a premier screening, that is not the case. The trailer seems to be intimating that much of the content in the early Wonder Woman comics was related to the BDSM life-style of the comic's creator, inventor/ psychologist, William Moulton Marston.

 

Throughout the movie, you see the origin of Wonder Woman, elements of kink, polyamory, and the exploration of the relationship between Marston and his wife, fellow psychologist Elizabeth Holloway, as they navigate through a marriage that incorporates Wonder Woman . 

 

 

What I find most refreshing is that the overarching message of the movie, (from what I gleaned from the trailer),  is one of sexual liberation; it's about breaking common stereotypes and taboos as a consequence of perusing your own (sexual) happiness. Considering that the comic was created in the 1940's, the film also appears to reveal the struggle that society has, (and continues to have), with sexual exploration and liberation. 

 

Starring Luke Evans, Rebecca Hall, and Bella Heathcote, I certainly hope this movie becomes a classic!

 

Professor Marston & The Wonder Women is currently in theatres, but you can watch the trailer by clicking here

 

** After watching the trailer, I have a question for you: In the Wonder Woman sequel that is to premier in 2019, do you think her on-screen character should be bisexual? Why or why not? Comment HERE. [Sabrina I was thinking you could create a blog post where they can comment and link to it from here - let me know]

 

[There is currently a petition in circulation requesting that Wonder Woman's on-screen character be portrayed as bisexual: Click here to view the petition ]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What I find most refreshing is that the overarching message of the movie, or the trailer at least, is one of sexual liberation. It's about breaking common stereotypes and taboos as a consequence of perusing your own (sexual) happiness.  

 

The movie is opened on October 13th and I hope it becomes an instant classic - crossing my fingers!

 

See The Trailer Here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r991pr4Fohk

 

** After watching the trailer, I have a question for you... in the 2019 sequel of Wonder Woman, do you think her on-screen character should be bisexual? Why or Why Not? Comment HERE. [Sabrina I was thinking you could create a blog post where they can comment and link to it from here - let me know]

 

[There is currently a petition in circulation requesting that Wonder Woman's on-screen character be portrayed as bisexual: http://tinyurl.com/wonderwomanpetition]

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