After the highly enjoyable Wonder Woman , we're excited to see Gal Gadot don her tiara again in Justice League , but Ben Affleck is teasing something from the movie that we're less than enthused about. Zack Snyder's film will apparently explore feelings of a romantic nature between Diana and Bruce Wayne. Affleck told Entertainment Weekly that Justice League allowed him to explore Bruce's relationship with other characters, to "play the dynamics, the sexual tension with Wonder Woman, the regular old tension with Flash". Can't the Justice League 's only female member be allowed to stand on her own rather than being paired off with the nearest available alpha male? Affleck added: "You can't be around Jason Momoa and not have sexual tension. Wonder Woman and Batman's threatened romance is, admittedly, not a new phenomenon.
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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.