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Original Wonder Woman actress Lynda Carter defends the DC superhero as a queer icon

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Lynda Carter spent the first day of Pride Month defending the iconic superhero Wonder Woman as a queer icon.Carter, 70, played the DC Comics icon in the beloved TV series of the same name from 1975 to 1979, decades before Gal Gadot portrayed her in recent Warner Bros.

movies.The actress took to Twitter on Wednesday to celebrate Pride, but ended up defending her beloved character as well. Defending:Lynda Carter spent the first day of Pride Month defending the iconic superhero Wonder Woman as a queer iconCarter first tweeted artwork of Wonder Woman created byPaulina Ganucheau, which was used as a Pride Month variant cover for Wonder Woman #773, released in June 2021.'Happy Pride!

So excited to celebrate with all my LGBTQIA+ friends and fans,' she said with a rainbow emoji and crediting Ganucheau for the artwork.

Unfortunately, her tweet was met by a few hateful remarks, including a woman named Amber Heffner, who tweeted at Carter that, 'Wonder Woman IS NOT A SUPER HERO FOR GAYS!' Artwork:Carter first tweeted artwork of Wonder Woman created by Paulina Ganucheau, which was used as a Pride Month variant cover for Wonder Woman #773, released in June 2021 Carter quote-retweeted that tweet, adding, 'You're right.

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