Aphrodite, wise as Athena, as strong as Hercules, and as swift as Hermes, Wonder Woman has been a proud symbol for feminism and sexual equality that a group of male comic creators could best come up with. I've personally always been intrigued with this character, mostly due to her impact on society specifically considering the average fan can't recall any of her actual villains. There have been more than a few fantastic stories that only the most experienced of fanboys can nostalgically recount. But none of that matters I suppose when you reach iconic status. I've talked to plenty of women over the years who's found inner strength and confidence from just seeing this character hold her own running with the big boys in comics. From this humble artists' opinion, if a fictitious character can bring about that type of uplifting across a wide audience they will always have my respect.
And for some reason I always thought she'd look cooler as a redhead, so there you go for that.