I made a swimsuit modeled off of Elsa’s ice dress – long sleeves, that same shade of blue, sparkling embroidered elements on the chest – and it’s really restored my confidence when I go swimming. Instead of worrying that I’m too fat to swim or mentally comparing myself to other girls, I feel serene and queenly. Elsa gave me my confidence back.
I’m ticked off about people complaining about Elsa’s understudy and Kristoff’s actor on Broadway. From High School to Broadway theater you’ll find actors of all races auditioning for these roles and Unless the role has to go to a specific race in order for the play to work in its meaning i.e Othello then the best actor will get these parts . Stop putting your agenda stench over this subject . The audience uses suspension of disbelief to enjoy plays. There is no casting agenda .
I have a hard time really appreciating disney princesses because of a site fanpop. there’s a spot for disney princesses and the users on the site are so incredibly closed minded; they freak out if Elsa, Anna, or Moana is mentioned on the spot, they get upset if someone says they don’t like Ariel, and there’s some users who are fatphobic and homophobic
The Disney characters I connect with most are Elsa and Baymax. I have Asperger’s syndrome and I can see pieces of my personality in both of them. Like Elsa, I’m introverted and have social anxiety. Like Baymax, I like routine and tend to take things too literally/seriously. I think these two characters are the closest Disney has come to representing people with mental conditions. It makes me feel a little better about my disability and gives me hope that one day I’ll have a happy ending too
“I’m sick of all the swirly dresses on princesses! I want to see a Disney Princess wear pants in all her merchandise. Even Jasmine, who WORE pants, got switched over to dresses. At least the Frozen musical put Elsa in an awesome pants suit. “