Note: This article contains Wonder Woman movie spoilers.
Many generations have witnessed the birth of several women superheroes that have not only inspired old and young people but have also empowered individuals to be the best versions of themselves. These heroines maybe just products of their creators’ imagination but they have been unstoppable in giving hope and strength to millions of readers and moviegoers around the globe.
One ultimate example of a superhero movie that everyone is talking about nowadays is Patty Jenkin’s take on the DC superhero, Wonder Woman. Played by Gal Gadot, Diana of Themyscira are an Amazonian princess and an unconquerable warrior who saved the world from the corruption of Ares, the god of war.
An overwhelming number of reviews have flooded the online world because of the movie’s themes of empowerment and its successful attempt of portraying women outside of their stereotypical roles: from being just a damsel in distress to become the mightiest, fearless yet compassionate hero that humanity needs. However, aside from all the awesomeness and the crazily amazing fight scenes, the movie also presents its audience with several insights that everyone can learn from, especially for women.
Here are some inspiring lessons that women can learn from Wonder Woman.