No Context Given: Futuristic Feminism in Wonder Woman #7 (1943)

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from Wonder Woman #7 by William Moulton Marston, Alice Marble, Harry G. Peter, Paul Reinman

Progress being something of a relative term. Not that there’s anything wrong with employment as a secretary. So long as it’s by choice…

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Er. Well. Nothing wrong with the ol’ mechanical typewriter, of course.

It’s not all bad. There are other career options for women in the year 3000. For you see, meanwhile, in the lady president’s office…

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Nice fedora there, TomorrowBro.

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