Christian Science Monitor Disney Princess Merida makeover: A 7-year-old's verdict on the 'Brave' heroine Christian Science Monitor The Disney makeover. On the left, Merida from "Brave" — disheveled and normally-proportioned.
I’m an unabashed fan of mahou shojou as a genre in anime, but in American animation the trope of the oppressed girl who takes control of her own destiny has been done to death: Ariel: follows her heart for true...
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Otaku-Kun believes that Brave is just another Disney Princess movie
In the season finale of Girls, Hannah and her ex-boyfriend Elijah gossip about a former classmate of theirs who has HPV. “That girl wears floral capris like her hymen’s still intact, but she’s such a slut in such a big way,” Hannah says.
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An interesting look into the stereotype of 'fiery red heads' and whether Merida's hair is a character in itself
When I like to look for gay subtext in cultural artifacts, I tend to look for actual sexualized interactions between characters, rather than equating whether or not someone conforms to gender stereotypes with their potential sexual orientation as...
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Yahoo! Movies (blog) Not So Brave Disney IGN This isn't a righteous screed on how the Disney Princesses are terrible role models for young girls – quite enough has been written on that subject down the years – and I'm not sure I could contribute...
When your previous storylines have featured robots who fall in love, a rat who dreams of becoming a chef and an old man whose house is carried up into the sky by thousands of inflatable balloons, then a story about a princess may sound a little,...
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