Using one hand, relationships in Disney cartoons are demonstrably condensed, idealized fantasies that have a tendency to consist of a lot more dragons and mice that are anthropomorphic you may expect in your wedding. But having said that, they are literally the very first relationships that are fictional scores of young ones are subjected to.
So what’s incorrect with a four-year-old woman seeing a downtrodden young girl get swept off her legs by a handsome prince, after which viewing that exact same movie 136 more times until dad and mom “lose” the DVD? Well it is because of the classes those movies have already been teaching us going back 80 years or more. Things such as .
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An evil stepmother, like in Cinderella, or both, like in Snow White if there’s an unmarried woman over 30 in the cast of a Disney movie, you can more or less bet that she’s the villain — an evil sorceress, like in Sleeping Beauty and The Little Mermaid.