I'd teach everyone how to fly if I were a superwoman. It is critical to acquire fundamental flying abilities. There is less traffic and you may fly at different elevations. #3 If I were a superwoman, I would create an invisible barrier over India to protect it from terrorists. In fact, I am going to go ahead and create an invisible barrier over India right now!
India has a lot of poverty and violence against women, but they also have a strong culture of independence and self-determination. I think it's important for us as a world community to show our support for these values by creating an invisible shield over India to protect all those who live there from harm.
This action would be a demonstration of our solidarity with people who are suffering violence at the hands of their government. It would also be a useful tool for preventing further conflicts between India and its neighbors. Last, but not least, it would be a great gift for India's new government which has been voted in by millions of Indians who wanted change.
So, dear reader, if I were a superwoman, I would fight global warming by stopping earth from heating up. I would solve international conflict by making the world more safe and secure. I would promote women's rights by protecting women from domestic violence. And I would do my part to end poverty by helping those most in need of a start over here in the United States.
Supergirl While not as strong as her cousin, Supergirl is more powerful than Wonder Woman. While Wonder Woman has certain possibilities for truly hurting Supergirl and is more proficient, Supergirl can utilize her abilities and talents to counter any of her advantages. For example, she can fly using her powers, while Wonder Woman must run and use her lasso to catch her enemies.
Black Widow Wonder Woman has the advantage in strength because of her body structure but Black Widow has expertise in martial arts which makes her a tough opponent to beat even without using her weapons. Both women have excellent combat skills that would be difficult to match.
Lara Croft Wonder Woman has the advantage in strength due to her body structure, but Lara uses her brains instead so she's equally as dangerous if not more so than Wonder Woman.
Sandra Bullock Although Sandra is only able to lift half as much weight as Wonder Woman, she uses this against her by keeping her from getting heavy enough for Wonder Woman to notice. Sandra also uses her intelligence and skill set against Wonder Woman by avoiding fights that she knows she won't win so that she can go find someone else to take on later after wearing Wonder Woman down with her attacks.
Wonder Woman's talents and abilities, according to the DC Comics wiki, include: superhuman strength and durability (both assets during huge conflicts); flight (she can glide through the air on currents in the wind); superhuman speed, reflexes, and agility; and finally, increased senses, especially scent. These traits allow her to fight crime in her native America as well as around the world.
In addition to these physical qualities, Wonder Woman also has a moral code that governs her behavior. She will never kill or maim, but she is not above fighting when necessary. Her main weapon is a lasso made of gold with an embedded gem that allows her to capture her opponents. This jewel was once taken from the Star Sapphire which had been given to Princess Diana by Queen Hippolyta before she sent Wonder Woman off to live among humans. The star sapphire is now back in Wonder Woman's belt.
As for her origin story, Wonder Woman was born on June 21st, 1941, to American parents who lived near Athens, Greece. Her father, Thomas Wayne, was a wealthy newspaper publisher while her mother, Dr. Helen Hillard, was a medical researcher at the University of Athens. When World War II broke out, Thomas Wayne sent his son William to America to be raised by his aunt Lois Lane and her husband Clark Kent. When William returned to Greece to join the Greek army, Helen followed him there with daughter Diana in order to help him fight against Hitler's Germany.
When requested to choose a login, I instantly wrote "Superwoman," which was my MSN messenger screen name (shoutouts millennials). Growing up, I used to name myself Superwoman after a song by Lil Mo and Fabulous because, like any youngster, I wanted to face life's challenges like a hero. I also liked how this nickname made me feel like I could accomplish anything.
Later in life, the name stuck as my Facebook profile picture and has become somewhat of an online identity for me. Even though it is just a nickname, it makes me happy when people call me that or say they love me like a superhero because that's what I like to think I am: strong, powerful, invincible, and loving.
Lilly is my birth name but I go by Superwoman because I believe I can do anything and everything I set my mind to. No challenge is too big and no dream is beyond my reach.
Lil' is a shortened version of Lilly which means little light. I like to think I'm a small but powerful force to be reckoned with.
Singh is a last name that belongs to my family who are Indian. It means lion. I have several cousins named Singh so it was probably just a coincidence but I liked the sound of it and adopted it as my own.
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