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Interactive teaser site Professor Marston and the Wonder Women emerges

Today, a viral website and tease for PROFESSOR MARSTON AND THE WONDER WOMEN has gone live, and if you're feeling exploratory, you'll find that there are plenty of fun Easter eggs, audio clips and links to discover. Made to look like a DC Comics "house style" comic book page, the site is a clever promotion for an upcoming film project that will explore the events and practices that led to WONDER WOMAN's creation, particularly Marston's polyamorous relationship with his wife and live-in partner. As it happens, select theaters will be showing a tease for PROFESSOR MARSTON AND THE WONDER WOMEN ahead of WONDER WOMAN screenings.

You can check out the viral site for yourself by clicking the link provided here.

While the website does require a bit of exploration, you'll find links to a variety of accounts in conjunction with individuals who've participated in the making of WONDER WOMAN in addition to others who have studied and written about Diana's adventures throughout her 75 years as a feminist icon and hero.

Dr. William Moulton Marston, also known by his pen name Charles Moulton was an American psychologist, creator of the systolic blood pressure test (which later became a component of the modern polygraph or "lie detector test" invented by John Augustus Larson), and writer who created the character Wonder Woman. At the time of the Amazonian warrior princesses conception, Marston was inspired by his wife, Elizabeth Hollway Marston and alternative relationship live-in partner Olive Byrne when he birthed DC's most iconic female heroine out of his love for women and radical bondage fetishism. Wonder Woman was designed in the hope that the character would bring about a matriarchy that recognized abuse, modeling girl power, alternative gender relationships in regard to exploratory sexual practices, bondage play, and erotic mind manipulation and control.

Be sure to check out our own Paul Shirey's review of WONDER WOMAN, and while you're at it, give Jimmy O's take a read as well.

WONDER WOMAN directed by Patty Jenkins and starring Gal GadotChris PineConnie NielsenRobin WrightDanny Huston, and David Thewlis is now playing in theaters all across the world! Go see it today!

Extra Tidbit: Wonder Woman's tiara isn't just for looks, it's also really sharp. How sharp is it, you ask? Well, it can definitely cut Superman, so you be the judge.

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