When William Moulton Marston created Wonder Woman in , he wanted to depict a strong female hero who was raised by other strong women, away from the influence of men. He saw women as the more powerful sex, which led to his exploration of weakening Wonder Woman by tying her up or making her a slave. Although he aspired to write a superhero for feminists, his brand was really feminism as fetish. Still, Marston saw Wonder Woman as a goddess of love, not war. She demonstrates that someone can be powerful, and powerfully strong, without sacrificing femininity.
Warning: this rant contains mild spoilers. Fact One: Bruce Wayne is a self-indulgent finance bro who cosplays as a bat with erect nipples. Fact Two: Wonder Woman is a perfect and flaw-free movie, sullied only by the presence of DC's resident caped crusader—who managed to worm his way into the film without even appearing on screen, like a true troll. Wonder Woman begins with Batman sending Diana Prince a photo in the mail. Except he doesn't use the U.
Bruce is doing push-ups in his room that overlooks the palace courtyard. He was completely naked and his flaccid cock hung down. He'd been invited to stay at themyscira by Wonder Woman whilst she did her annual battles in the arena. Diana had seen him as the best person to represent humanity.