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    Star Wars being a Disney movie is news to me. And, it's a weird, freaky world when even drawings of women are objectified.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Duck_of_Death View Post
    A: People sit around and discuss irrelevant topics that don't add up to a hill of beans.

    Sexiness sells. Disney is all about the moolah.

    Wrong? Right?
    Don't give a shit.


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    Um, all of the princesses are sexualized and feminized?

    I thought also that the African American young lady in the Frog Prince was pretty self-sufficient, I don't recall anyone saving her, and thinking she was also probably an ESTJ, as well as being attracted to losers (that frog was a loser).

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    Quote Originally Posted by unnamed View Post


    This one with the bow...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 21% View Post
    Ever since I was a kid I had always hated Disney's merchandise, even when I liked the animated movies themselves. I was convinced the dolls and toys were created by completely different people who had never even seen the movies.

    I do have a plastic toy of Mulan's horse from McDonald's though, and a Sebastian the crab plush
    The animals are probably the only thing I like about Disney after 1970.

    Something VERY BAD happened to Disney in the 90s. I just remember blindly hating pretty much everything they've put out since then, thinking it was infantile and commercial and insulting.

    When I think of Disney stuff I like, it's old, like Mary Poppins and Lady and the Tramp. Even when I like parts of newer films, it's because of random animal companions, never because of the completely insufferably annoying human characters.

    When people are all like "I love Disney" I'm all like "I love to crush your head."

    Because frankly that's how I feel about Disney since about 1990.

    My favorite Disney character is Donald Duck, though, if that means anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digesthisickness View Post
    Star Wars being a Disney movie is news to me. And, it's a weird, freaky world when even drawings of women are objectified.
    Oh Jesus christ, I know right? I don't want to be near anyone who is attracted to something animated.

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    One more thing to add (then bed):

    Princess FairyTale is skinnier and looks more feminine.
    Where's the problem?

    An ideal is an ideal. Case in point:

    Disney doesn't portray its "Prince" as an unemployed, balding, diminutive, asymmetrical weakling with no ambition in life or adventure in his heart. Unless, of course, said Prince is being played for parody.

    In no way does this dehumanizing message impact impressionable young men!

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    That's a different conversation. Probably a worthy one too, but the one here is that she was fine the way she was before, so why amp it up? She wasn't a "classic" beauty on the outside, but she was never supposed to be about her looks or even about her being a girl (other than how she "failed" at being one). That was the point of the movie, and why I think it's bugging some people.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmotini View Post
    Even when I like parts of newer films, it's because of random animal companions, never because of the completely insufferably annoying human characters.
    @ random animal companions
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    When the male ideal is about being adventurous and ambitious, and the female ideal is about being skinny, something's wrong.

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