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June 06 2015

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Princess Tiana is the only Disney Princess with all of her hair tied back or pinned into a bob for the entirety of her movie, so we were curious to know what she’d look like with her hair loose. [x]

We could have had it all. Look how flawless she lookea

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July 13 2012



Why does it seem like everyone forgets about Kida, Pocahontas, and Mulan? All 3 of those princesses, though mostly forgotten, were never trying to find love, though they did find it in the end. Kida wanted to help her people/learn more about how to help them. Pocahontas also wanted to help her people and also wanted to stop a war from breaking out. Then Mulan wanted to find out who she really was/wanted to make her father proud of her. Everyone forgets about these wonderful princesses and it’s a shame because their strong, beautiful, and smart; plus they can kick some butt. 

Cuz we BROWN y’all… so so brown….

Therefore, we don’t exist lol

It only counts when it’s a White girl.

This is what irks me. MULAN ESPECIALLY. She did everything so she could save her father from death. Their was absolutely no romantic motivation involved. All other three princesses up above fit this as well.

Guys…was Belle or even Ariel at first looking for someone to love?

Was Jane?

How about Jasmine?

I don’t think any of them were looking for love.

Jasmine just started out wanting free from a life where she was told what to do.

Ariel wanted to be part of a different world, because she felt like an outcast and felt the human world would accept her more.  (she wanted to be human BEFORE she met Eric thank you).

Belle felt like no one understood her, and she even said in her song, she wants something beyond her, something bigger than her, something so big that she can barely even fathom it (that’s deep)

Belle: I want so much more than they got planned.

Heck she also wants a friend who would understand and accept her.  She noted how she didn’t have any friends in town, and in her I want song, this…

Belle: If someone could understand…

She wasn’t looking for romance.

Jane was looking for the gorillias for her and her father to study.

Oh and here’s an old school disney princess for you.


Was she looking for romance? NO! She wasn’t honestly.  She just went to that party because for once in her life she wanted to have fun, not being told what to do, and enjoy herself for once.  She wanted to do something for once, something she wants to do.

She met the prince and love at first sight happened there.

Megera only wanted freedom from Hades.

And how about Rapunzel from Tangled.  She only wanted to go outside for once, to see the lights.  Love wasn’t on her mind either.

So yeah….screw you media.


This is why I fucking hate the media, they twist everything around.

You don't say.

June 13 2012






Something that I think people vastly overlook in The Princess and the Frog is the friendship between Tiana and Charlotte. It may be only a small part in the film, but in the scheme of Disney movies, this is a revolutionary element.

If you trace the history of all of the other Disney princesses - Ariel, Belle, Cinderella, Snow White, Aurora, Pocahontas, Jasmine, Rapunzel - no other princess is shown as having a female friend.Some may have mother figures such as Grandmother Willow in Pocahontas or the various fairy godmothers, and Ariel has sisters, but the princesses rarely interact with other women as friends. The Princess and the Frog is the only Disney princess film that actually shows women being friends with each other.

Charlotte and Tiana were pals since childhood, and not once did we see Charlotte ever do anything but be a good friend, not falling into any pitfalls of petty friendships or letting class differences affect their relatiojship. When Tiana is trying to earn money on her own? Charlotte hires her knowing that it will help Tiana’s goal. When Tiana fell at Charlotte’s ball and much of the desserts were ruined? Charlotte didn’t care about the food, her number one concern was to make sure Tiana was alright. And when Charlotte learns that Tiana loved Prince Naveen? Charlotte didn’t even flinch; she was willing to forgo her own aspirations of being a princess because she cares about Tiana’s happiness more.

I think this aspect of the film is what in my mind, separates it from other Disney princess movies. It deserve a lot more credit for being the only princess film that actually shows women being friends with each other, helping each other, and caring about each other.

The Princess and the Frog shows a better female friendship than a lot of movies, even outside of princess or animated films. It was really one of my favourite bits of the movie and to say that it avoids the pitfalls is so true. At numerous points when I first watched I was thinking, “Here is where Charlotte reveals her true nature” because how often in movies do girls or women get to just be good friends? I mean, all friends have petty disputes sometimes, but it seems to be unavoidable in most female friendships in media (especially when it comes to romance). So this movie was a really welcome change.

Sobbing at perfection


This is why Charlotte is one of the best prissy rich pink-loving girl characters ever. She's not stereotypical.
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