shooting4myownhand:

heckyeahdisneymerch:

Traditional Aurora costume, no short skirts here!

and the extra 2 feet of fabric makes it 30 bucks more than the short skirt version! Yay Capitalism!

shooting4myownhand:

heckyeahdisneymerch:

Traditional Aurora costume, no short skirts here!

and the extra 2 feet of fabric makes it 30 bucks more than the short skirt version! Yay Capitalism!

(via lipsredasroses)

"Ok we’ve been to ‘Total Fantasy World Inspired by Medieval Germany’ ‘Set in Mystical Medieval Scottland’ and now ‘Anderson’s Scandinavia’. They’re just going to the whitest places on earth on purpose now. It’s like a scavenger hunt for places that they can have plausible deniability for not including POC even as background characters."

Moniquill on Disney’s Frozen (via jhenne-bean)

Not only that, but Disney movies that are specifically fairy tales with no necessary historical basis are defaulted as “white.” Sleeping Beauty. The Little Mermaid. Cinderella. Tangled.

One can make an approximation when these stories take place in the movies, but the historical basis is unneeded, and certainly wouldn’t add or detract from the general story of the fairy tale.

But let’s look at Princess and the Frog. And Pocahontas. Where the presence of a POC character is justified by historical relevancy. This is because, as noted again, Disney assumes that white is the default, even in semi fantasy fairy tales.

And now claims of historicity work to exclude representations of POC from such movies. So what can we say about all this? Disney’s claims of historicity, even when handling fairy tales allows them to justify the inclusion or exclusion of POC in their films, though white is assumed to be a default.

(via thebloggart)

(via jhenne-bean)

numol:

sourcedumal:

feministslut:

a-beauty-but-a-funny-girl:

waltdisneyconfessions:

If you don’t think there should be a fat, ugly, or gay princess you don’t really understand what Disney is all about. It’s about inspiring all people to love themselves and reach for their dreams, not about traditional values and good looks.”

you clearly don’t understand what Disney is about.
it’s a children’s entertainment company that teaches good morals.that’s it.

Y’all gay people, fat people, ugly people don’t have good morals! We need to protect the children from them because only straight mostly white skinny princesses can teach good morals! The rest of you need to be hidden from society because you teach kids to be bad!

Right, so that racist ass depictions that Disney has had TOTALLY means that they push good morals. Peter Pan and it’s racist ass monolithic depictions of Native Americans, The RACIST AS FUCK pickaninny Sunflower the Centaur from Fantasia, The Song of the South? All in good moralistic fun, huh???? Quit PLAYIN.

^ reblogging for commentary by sourcedumal and feministslut.

numol:

sourcedumal:

feministslut:

a-beauty-but-a-funny-girl:

waltdisneyconfessions:

If you don’t think there should be a fat, ugly, or gay princess you don’t really understand what Disney is all about. It’s about inspiring all people to love themselves and reach for their dreams, not about traditional values and good looks.”

you clearly don’t understand what Disney is about.

it’s a children’s entertainment company that teaches good morals.
that’s it.

Y’all gay people, fat people, ugly people don’t have good morals! We need to protect the children from them because only straight mostly white skinny princesses can teach good morals! The rest of you need to be hidden from society because you teach kids to be bad!

Right, so that racist ass depictions that Disney has had TOTALLY means that they push good morals. Peter Pan and it’s racist ass monolithic depictions of Native Americans, The RACIST AS FUCK pickaninny Sunflower the Centaur from Fantasia, The Song of the South? All in good moralistic fun, huh???? Quit PLAYIN.

^ reblogging for commentary by sourcedumal and feministslut.