Lynda Carter

"She can’t be victimized," Carter said of her iconic character. "She cannot be taken advantage of by men."
"Ask any woman, they’re not surprised," Carter said of the number of women's stories about sexual harassment.
Carter called the "Avatar" director's criticisms "thuggish" and "ill advised."
The actress said she wasn't in the first film due to timing issues.
I was the bookish child of immigrants and she was my hero.
By the looks of these photos, the feelings of love and admiration were mutual.
This week I talked with nineteen celebrity activists on the Red Carpet at the 26th GLAAD Media Awards in NYC. First I spoke
Many of our favorite divas have taken hit after hit, only to bounce back, bigger and better than ever. Gay men certainly take their share of hard knocks in life -- maybe we identify with their resilience?