BondageDo I have your attention again?
You would think that, given super-heroes' predilection for running around in skin-tight fetish uniforms and beating the crap out of each other, that there would be a myriad of sexual dysfunctions and/or liberations involved with that. And there have been plenty of comics outside of the mainstream dealing with just that. Bratpack by Rick Veitch is a classic in the field, and, most recently, Garth Ennis' 'The Boys' rips open that particular can of worms in a hero-gasm of outrageous-ness that only Garth Ennis is capable of! (Issue #6, anyone?)
Wonder Woman is a powerful character in her own right, hinted at on occasion as an alternative love-interest for Superman, and popularized by Linda Carter in the '70's TV series. She can mix it with the boys and forms one of the 3 main iconic characters in the DC universe. In her early years, however, she was into some very kinky stuff!
Wondr Woman was created by William Moulton Marston, a psychologist, after an idea by his wife, Elizabeth, to create a female superhero. Marston was already famous for his invention, the polygraph, (popularly referred to as the lie-detector), and this was an obvious influence on the Lasso of Truth. But the lasso got a workout of another kind as well.
Modelled after his wife, and their polyamorous partner Olive Byrne, Wonder Woman debuted in 1941, and went beyond feminist goals of being equal to men, setting about proving her superiority. Her dominance was to prove a key factor, as her Lasso of Truth got her into all sorts of kinky adventures.
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