Marston was no feminist, read some of his statements and work especially when he was interviewed about WW, the man did not believe women were equal to men, he believed they were superior to men. Marston espoused that men to truly be happy in life needed to submit to the loving authority of a woman and all would be well in business, government, even life.
Sad that all most remember was the bondage aspect. The Marston WW and Etta Candy and the Holliday girls said so much more about female empowerment than the bondage and spanking stuff let on. Most can't seem to get past it and so they miss the truly subversive aspects of the concept.
The biggest mistake in the current WW mythos is that her powers come from the Gods...read the Golden Age stuff and it was all them, it was all about the training and the power of the female. Great Stuff!! C'Mon Gail get some of that back into the book.