They're wrong, mostly, but that is the image Wonder Woman has with people who don't read the books.
That's kinda not really going to help. It's only going to confirm pre-existing views of the character, and its only going to further shatter the existing fanbase.Maybe, she does need a teenaged girl or Etta's niece living with her and sharing her adventures. It's fine that she cartes about the whole wide world, but, I don't think that moves people on a gut or heart level, where WW is concerned. I think the comic needs a character, who, like the creation of Robin in the Batman comic , whose presence creates opportunities for Wondy to show humanity and warmth to a person, who actually needs it and to whom she is deeply commited.
I'd drop it in a heartbeat, for one.