"My 6yo little brother is your typical little boy obsessed with cars, trucks and superheroes. So he didn’t really want to watch Snow White with me at all, as it was both old fashioned and "girly" to him. But despite the odds, he absolutely loved it. He has seen it more times than any other Disney movie in existence. He thinks Snow White is a brave and pretty princess. And I think it is the cutest thing ever."
Disney movies are made for kids though and kids are too young to understand things like sex and sexual orientation. How would parents have to explain two princesses kissing to their kids?
the idea that homosexuality is somehow inherently more sexual than heterosexuality is dumb and if a kid can watch tiana kiss naveen and is old enough to understand what that means then they’re also old enough to understand what tiana kissing charlotte means
like… I don’t know whether people who are so against the idea of a gay disney character think that there’ll be a hardcore leather bondage scene in the middle of it or something but 2 guys kissing isn’t anymore sexual than a guy and a girl kissing okay
and if you would feel uncomfortable having to explain the EXTREMELY SIMPLE CONCEPT of “some boys love other boys and some girls love other girls” to a kid then congratulations the problem is with you, not with the movie or the kid or society or whatever because again, if they’re old enough to understand heterosexuality then guess what! they’re also old enough to understand other sexualities! the only difference is that heterosexuality has been normalised in our culture because it’s the more common one
"When I’m sad or depressed, I take walks and pretend that I’m walking with Pooh and holding his hand. I feel that Pooh would never judge me for my faults or mistakes, he would just take my hand and walk with me, and he’d be happy and content walking with me because he loves with all his heart. It helps me a lot."
I don’t wanna go to work. I don’t wanna grow up. I’m not going, I’m going to stay home and watch Mulan
"A lot of people say that Ariel was the worst Disney Princess to make a mother out of (in her sequel), but if you ask me, she’s one of the best. We get to see her transformation from a young, naive teenage girl to a responsible, mature, concerned adult. She’s still the same Ariel though, still fun and passionate. Just grown up."