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Lynda Carter Shuts Down Homophobic Claim That Wonder Woman Isn’t for Gays: ‘You’re Not Paying Attention’

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Zack Sharf Lynda Carter proved her superhero powers in real life after using social media to shut down a homophobic user claiming Wonder Woman “is not for gays.” Carter starred as Diana Prince/Wonder Woman for three seasons of the eponymous superhero TV series, which aired on ABC and CBS between 1976 and 1979.

The actor marked the start of Pride Month by sharing fan art of Wonder Woman in front of rainbow colors and writing, “Happy Pride!

So excited to celebrate with all my LGBTQIA+ friends and fans.”“Wonder Woman IS NOT A SUPER HERO FOR GAYS,” one Twitter user wrote to Carter, who fired back with the following statement: “You’re right.

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