I had similar thoughts, and problems with it. (But even given that I found it ridiculous to have Catwoman featured in a story where Batman!'Dies!' and... Nope, nothing there! Intent or just neglect becomes the question of the day! Especially with the focus on every other character's love life.) (Though actually my interpretation of Batwoman's Gag was that she was made as a lesbian character ostensibly for diversity and representation but used for titilation and tokenism, when used at all, and not "given a voice" - Though again, he compounds that problem rather than anything else)
and he's on RECORD as saying this about WW:
"I wondered about that myself. I love what Gail Simone (especially) and other writers have done to empower the Wonder Woman concept but I must admit I’ve always sensed something slightly bogus and troubling at its heart. When I dug into the roots of the character I found an uneasy melange of girl power, bondage and disturbed sexuality that has never been adequately dealt with or fully processed out to my mind. I’ve always felt there was something oddly artificial about Wonder Woman, something not like a woman at all.
Having said that, I became quite fascinated by these contradictions and problems and tried to resolve them for what turned into a different project entirely. Partly because I didn’t want to use any of that new material in Final Crisis, I relegated Wonder Woman to a role that best summed up my original negative feelings about the character. My apologies to her fans and I promise to be a little more constructive next time around."