Professor Marston And The Wonder Women : Love With Ropes

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Claire Folger













Let's get this out of the way: "[ Professor Marston and the Wonder Women]" isn't a tale of superhero Diana Prince's creation. Instead, it's a story of how an unconventional family smashes taboos in the face of judgment by mainstream society, along the way examining the psychological and sexual principles underpinning the fantasy of Wonder Woman.
And yes, it gets steamy -- in a honey-tinted, prestige-period piece sort of way.