I hate how people treat the old Disney princesses saying that they’re bad role models. People act like they’re worthless because they didn’t travel across the ocean to fight a sea monster or don’t have icy superpowers. Sure, their goal is love but what’s wrong with that? Is it wrong to be stereotypically feminine? Whether you’re a boy or a girl it’s ok to dream about true love and it’s ok to be kind and innocent. I love that we’re teaching kids to be independent, but nothing’s wrong with being a little girly.
When I was a kid I was a little jealous of my little sister because she was like Pocahontas and she had a fantasy of Pocahontas and looked great. While I was pale as Snow White but I was not as beautiful as my sister.
The part where vanellope said she didn’t have a mom and most of the princesses said they didn’t either? I couldn’t help how proud I am that Snow and Cinderella disowned their own abusive step moms like that in front of the big screen. Like, PROPS TO THEM MAN!
I have only ever watched Snow White twice. The first time was when I was little, the old crone version of the queen scared the heck out of me and I had nightmares for weeks. I did not watch it again until I was an adult, no nightmares this time but still creeped out to the max.
Anna, Snow White and Cinderella inspire me to be more forgiving and strong.
I actually really like dark imagery in cartoons, and one of the movie scenes that inspired that was the scene where Snow White is in the woods and running away from all the freaky things she’s imagining. I’d play out that scene along with the movie as a kid, and when I grew up it helped mold my rather morbid interest in scary animation.