“I took graphic design classes in college and I really want to do something with that. Right now I ride a bike and use tinder.”
She seems confused, often forgetting to wear pants.
I’m here to set the record straight (seeing as NONE of us were born with the flawless hair and easy femininity of Disney Princesses). The Internet quizzes have been lying to you. Here’s what your favorite Disney Princess ACTUALLY says about you.
Correct me if I am wrong, but true love does not exist in the chapped lips of a creepy prince kissing a comatose princess, Disney or otherwise.
I don’t need a man—except for every once in a while when I’m a little lonely.
Regardless of whether this particular issue is one of reinvention or censorship is almost moot because the key is this: attempting a different take on an older work is only successful when those behind it understand why it was successful in the first place.
While my father may not identify himself as a feminist, I certainly would not be one without him. And for that, I am forever grateful.
It is better to make mistakes and learn from them than to play the victim or let the suffering consume you.
We already know that the bounds of that narrow definition are challenged regularly, but it seems that many people forget, or perhaps don’t realize, that true love does not need to be solely between significant others — or that others other than “significant others” can be significant and true.
Without giving the ending away to those who haven’t seen it, in Maleficent we learn that it is women who bring about world peace.