After complaints about sexism for women-only screening, museum adds some-more showings

NEW YORK — It took “Wonder Woman” 80 years to get her own movie, so the Alamo Drafthouse is not vouchsafing a few complaints by some men about an all-female screening get them down. 

It all started when the Austin plcae announced plans for an all-female screening on Jun 3 on their Facebook page. But some people took to the comments to complain, essay things like “have you ever hosted a men’s only showing of any film?” and “Imagine the sh–storm if there was any male only showing of anything…or a private showing for a specific race or passionate orientation…Nah, it’s SJW approved.” Other people pronounced they would compensate for men to come and contend they brand as women.

The Alamo Drafthouse began responding with comments like, “We’ve never finished showings where you had to be a man to get in, but we *did* show the Entourage film a few years ago” and “thanks for the money!” 

Various theaters have taken to social media in response, including the operators of the Brooklyn museum earnest on Twitter to flue deduction from women-only screenings in early Jun to Planned Parenthood. And by women only, they meant staff, too.

Some of the screenings were already selling out despite social media haters, many of whom are men, and several have been added. 

The offer of special screenings began recently in Austin, Texas, where Alamo has held specialty screenings in the past for military veterans and others. As for “Wonder Woman,” the Alamo in Brooklyn posted a matter online, asking what better way to applaud the many iconic superheroine than with “an all-female screening?” 

“Apologies, gentlemen, but we’re embracing the girl energy and observant ‘No Guys Allowed’ for several special shows at the Alamo Downtown Brooklyn. And when we contend ‘Women (and people who brand as women)only,’ we meant it. So lasso your geeky girlfriends together and squeeze your tickets to this jubilee of one of the many fast and moving characters ever created.” 

The film opens Jun 2 formed on the DC Comics character. It was destined by Patty Jenkins and stars Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman/Diana Prince.

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