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" I am the prettiest!" LOL
" I am the prettiest!" LOL
I was thinking about this a long time ago. The beauty of a princess varies for everyone, but in their own movies, princesses are described as "the most beautiful". There is no beauty problem in every princess, especially those who have love at first sight, and they live a comfortable love life thanks to this beauty. Outward appearances play a big part in the princesses' happy ending. But what if they weren't pretty? How would their lives change? Now we're going to look at that.

Cinderella
Cinderella would never have had a happy ending without her beauty. Because the prince at the ball saw her and fell in love. Sure, who could be prettier than a blonde, blue-eyed, and sparkly-dressed princess at a ball? If Cinderella was ugly like Anastasia or Drizella, the prince might just ignore her and date someone else. So Cinderella would return home and continue her life as a maid. Yes, she wouldn't have had a happy ending without her beauty, but she wouldn't have had a sad ending either. Because if her stepmother and stepsisters weren't jealous of her, they wouldn't have kept her working like a maid. So Cinderella would be a normal person. Cindy couldn't be a princess, but at least not a maid.

Snow White
If Snow White had not been beautiful, she would have remained a maid forever like Cinderella, the prince would not have fallen in love with her and would not have attempted to save her from there. But as with Cinderella, if she wasn't beautiful, her stepmother wouldn't be jealous so she could have a normal life. Unfortunately, Snow White could not meet her prince😢 .

belle
Beauty was only affecting Belle's life on a bad side because Adam hadn't fallen in love with Belle for her looks. If Belle was ugly, Gaston wouldn't have messed with her. He wouldn't chase after her and would date one of the blonde villagers who adored him. That way, those blonde girls would be happy, and Belle would stay away from Gaston as she wished. But there is a problem... Probably the song wouldn't be called Beauty and the Beast. And also.. isn't the main theme of the movie a beauty falling in love with an ugly?!

Ariel
Oh yes. Ariel probably wouldn't have impressed Eric if she wasn't beautiful. But this is not certain information because Eric was only looking for the girl with the beautiful voice who saved him.

pocahontas
Her beauty determined the fate of Pocahontas. If she hadn't been pretty, John Smith could have shot Poca the first time she saw him and ended the movie. Moreover, there is no downside to its beauty. Pocahontas was not envied like the other princesses. But still, everyone expected her to marry Kocoum.

mulan
Beauty doesn't change Mulan much, because Mulan spends most of the movie acting like a man. But still, everyone expected Mulan to marry a handsome man because she was beautiful.

Elsa
Beauty does not impress Elsa at all, because she does not have a life of romance. Still, she is very beautiful. It doesn't do Elsa any good or any harm.

Anna
Anna is in love with Kristoff, but Anna doesn't have to be beautiful as their relationship isn't based on love at first sight.

Tiana
Everyone admires Tiana in the movie because she is beautiful, hardworking and also cooks well. If Tiana was ugly, Naveen wouldn't think she was a princess and wouldn't even have met her.

Esmeralda
Quasimodo would not try to protect Esmeralda. Because Esmeralda is a gypsy and Frollo kept saying that gypsies are bad.

Megara
If Megara had not been beautiful, Hercules would not have fallen in love with her and Megara would have been enslaved to Hades forever.

Rapunzel
Nothing has changed. Flynn put it bluntly:

"Did I tell you that I like brunettes more than blondes?"

Thanks for reading. I would like to include Merida, Aurora, Jasmine and Moana on the list, but I'm tired of typing.
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The classic princesses are the heroines of Snow White and the 7 Dwarfs, Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty. This 3 movies were made between 1937 and 1959, and they are the only "official" princesses made by Walt Disney.

In the recent years we have seen an evolution on the female characters after them, but are they really as bad as they seem? They aren´t.

The 3 movies were made when women had less rights than men, and it was obviously a different mentality, but that doesn´t mean the characters itsef are sexist, they just live in sexist societies.

Snow White: Many people criticize Snow White for being...
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I know I did this countdown a couple months ago and I said a couple months ago I was gonna do the article when I had free time, I just didn't know I wasn't going to have any real free time for a few months. But, look! Now I've finally done it! Yay! Sorry for the wait, guys!


10. Merida fighting Fergus and Elinor fighting Mor'Du

Merida fighting Fergus was a brief fight, it was just her stopping him from killing Elinor. The excitement doesn't really start until Mor'Du comes in and is getting ready to kill Merida then Elinor goes full on mama bear on him. The reason I like this scene so much...
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Usually I don't post articles here any longer, because I have my own blogs to take care of. But this is a little project I did specifically for this club: Entry letters you can use every time you write an article.

Now, I first wanted to sort Disney Princess characters on letters, but I soon realised that there are way too many characters whose name start with A, B or P. I would have been impossible to include even all Disney Princesses if I had done it this way. So in the end, I decided to do a plant based alphabet. I hope you like the result.

I picked the Anemone for John Smith for a...
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Source: WiR2 sneak peek
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posted by KataraLover
We all know the tale as old as time that is Disney's 1991 animated film, Beauty and the Beast. It was a smash hit when it came out and was the first animated film in history to be nominated for best picture. It wasn't nominated for best-animated picture because that category didn't even exist back then, it was nominated for best picture PERIOD! It didn't win but that was still impressive because an animated film being nominated for best picture was absolutely unheard of. It's still a beloved classic to this day and for good reason. The animation is gorgeous, the romance is amazing, the characters...
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Source: Wreck it Ralph 2 trailer
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Source: Wreck it Ralph 2 trailer
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Source: Wreck it Ralph 2 trailer
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posted by deltabannermen
A Disney Tale: A young girl is forced into drudgery by her step-family, only to win the heart of the kingdom's Prince and live happily ever after.

Disney Hero: Ostensibly, the 'hero' of Cinderella is the Prince (never actually referred to as Prince Charming, despite that being what he is generally known as today. Some sources have him named as Henry.). It is he who romances Cinderella and desires her as his wife after the ball. But, actually, the real heroes of Cinderella - for me - are Jaq and Gus, Cinderella's mice friends. They are the one's who rescue Cinderella from her attic room. Jaq...
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Thanks to Princesslullaby's recent poll questions, I ended up looking at my own childhood vs. each Disney Princess's childhood. Some of this is just painful for me, and there is no getting around that.

My categories of adverse childhood situations (some with severe adverse conditions) are based on evaluation from the domestic violence class I took. I'll be frank. I have my own dissociation/childhood trauma.


This is an article where I'm defining where I'd group categories of adverse childhood experiences, specifically for the Disney Princesses. I'll also add in how each princess copes with their...
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posted by JungleQueen13
Here is a list of my best DP role models. The most important thing to note here is that this is very much a subjective, rather than objective, list. Rather than trying to rank the princesses according to who I think is the best role model for children or other people in general, the ranking is purely according to how they serve me personally as role models.



11. Aurora



Perhaps not surprisingly, Aurora lands herself at the bottom of this list. She is gentle and kind, which are definitely qualities I appreciate, however she has little else to offer in terms of being a role model. Let's say...
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