-Jasmine was in an arranged marriage to marry somebody she didn't truly love. Also, the genie had disguised Aladdin as a wealthy prince. -Snow white was cleaning and caring for the men, not sleeping with them. -Pinocchio avoided lying as best as he could, and was actually doing all he could to save his father and become a real boy -Robin hood took money from the rich that was being stolen from the poor via taxes -Tarzan was raised by fucking apes. -Sleeping Beauty was in a coma, and only a true love's kiss could bring her back to life. -Cinderella was a slave.
Don't try to use my childhood to justify you being a slutty whore, you bitch.
dude i didn't make this up...if you read the description box it is where it originated from...so don't call me a slutty whore or bitch because i grew up with this too. This is a joke so don't take it too seriously~
First of all, you missed the point entirely. Almost every Disney character follows their heart in rebellion against the established authority, and everything turns out wonderful for them.
Secondly, it's a joke, an ironic look at tales many people never look twice at.
Thirdly, without taking the work beyond face value, it does nothing to promote anything sexual. Rebellion is a rejection of authority over one's person, it doesn't have to have any basis in sexuality.
Finally, some of us aren't sexist, puritanical tyrants, suppressing our entirely natural sexual appetite out of some misguided sense of moral righteousness. And we find antiquated ideas like yours utterly disgusting.
The reply was also a joke, quoted from the depths of the internet. Though she has a point; don't use my childhood as an excuse to be a reckless, irresponsible child with no respect for their elders or rules and regulations.
I understand both sides and agree with both, but there's no need to be upset about it.
So you're proud to identify with sex shaming? Condemning people as sluts and whores is something that often dances through your mind? You think sexual liberty is somehow wrong, and it's OK to demonize?
I'd keep those thoughts to yourself, they are pretty disgusting.
I adore how half the comments so far are dissent (or dissent disguised as agreement), half are reluctant agreements, and then there's that little bit who just find this hilarious.
I find it VERY true and hilarious. XD Though I take it as the offset to the "perfect person" half of Disney, in that pretty much every main character is portrayed to do everything right. If you're paying attention, though, you see stuff like this. "The ends justifies the means?" Who knows. All I'm saying is that Disney isn't all about morals.