Captain Marvel Is the First Ever Female Superhero Movie 1/5 (1)

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The Marvel Cinematic Universe made history with Captain Marvel. It’s the first movie ever to feature a female superhero, according to social justice warriors. Most of the human population kept pointing out that movies that featured female superheros have existed long before Captain Marvel. Some examples include Supergirl (released in 1984) and Wonder Woman (released in 2017). However, these movies never existed.

According to social justice warriors, the reason people claim these movies exist is because of the Mandela effect. The Mandela effect is the pseudoscientific belief that some differences between one’s memories and the real world are caused by changes to past events in the timeline. (Source)

Some conspiracy theorists believe that feminists have gone back time to erase Supergirl and Wonder Woman from existence to promote feminism, which doesn’t make any sense. Others believe that the world is secretly run by the Illuminati, who are actually feminists and social justice warriors.

“The Illuminati is re-writing history,” said a conspiracy theorist, who asked to remain anonymous. “They do it all the time. I think that the reason the Illuminati/feminists have erased Wonder Woman and Supergirl from history is because they don’t want to look foolish.”

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