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In this, our latest weekly offering entitled Babes Of Our Lives, we celebrate the awesomeness of vintage babery. The beauty of the female form has beguiled mankind since cavemen first pitched loin cloth tents over smokin' hot cave women and has since caused wars, inspired works of incredible art, brought entire empires to the ground and generally made men and other women weak at the knees.
Kicking off this this week's edition is American-born Wonder Woman and gigantic babe, Lynda Carter. Carter gained international babedom after winning the 1972 Miss World USA comp and reaching the semi-finals of the Miss World International that same year. Carter hit up some acting classes in New York and soon began scoring small roles in shows like Starsky & Hutch until in 1975 when she first donned the iconic stars and stripes spandexy costume of crime fighting fox, Wonder Woman, hitting the big time and cementing her place in the annals of babe history.