And to be fair, Marston isn't explaining his views in a textbook here (where he could go into depth). It was after all a Golden Age comic book that had to contain a certain amount of action and work at a level a ten year old could follow. So I shouldn't take WW II-era WONDER WOMAN as offering a full insight into Marston, any more than I could understand Jack Cole's suicide by looking for clues in PLASTIC MAN.
I'm glad the discussion has been so civil. Certainly I don't share all of the general outlook of the community here, but I do love old comics and their creators, so there's a certain overlap. In any case, it's always rewarding to learn from different viewpoints without things getting heated.