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Disney princesses and life lessons, what a combo.

Every little girl has, at one time, wanted to grow up and be a Disney princess.  They go on adventures, their hair is perfection, they always win over the sweetest guy, and they have the best sidekick who is, most likely, some awesome animal.   1,151 more words


What Disney Princesses Have Taught Me

I’ve noticed this issue crop up more and more recently, with various people and media outlets claiming that Disney Princesses are not good role models for young children or females. 1,195 more words


5 Fandom Friday :: Crossovers That Would Make My Heart EXPLODE

Long weekends are sure good for catching up on Fandom Fridays! This is probably the first timely post I’ve written in months, which was amazing because this was a TOUGH topic. 370 more words

5 Fandom Friday

A new Disney princess is in the works: Meet Moana!

Watch out, Elsa and Anna!

The next Disney princess to travel on a voyage of self-discovery will be arriving next year, and the head honchos at Disney hope their Polynesian princess is as popular as the Snow Queen-inspired duo. 227 more words


Sleeping Beauty - Disneystore Aurora Deluxe Castle Playset


Characters: Sleeping Beauty Castle play set, towering with glittering fortress turrets, a spiral staircase, three-levels of play, and four fully sculptured figurines. Set includes Princess Aurora, Prince Phillip, Maleficent (with Diablo the Raven), and Samson figures.
Label: Disneystore
Made in: China, 2014

Walt Disney


Ok this is hilarity at its peak (in a good way). Illustrator, Dylan Charles Bonner created a series showing the Kardashian klan as Disney princesses. His work is neat but did he nail it… You have “kim” as Kim West (I’m thinking snow white); “Kourtney” as Jasmine (if you ask me, the portrait looks more like Kylie); “Khloe” as Rapunzel and “Kris” as Maleficient (fitting lol). Continue for more pics.,

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Growing Up Disney

Like so many of us, I grew up with Disney movies. It seems kind of weird to state it like that, since it’s something that was a part of childhoods across the world – and still very much is. 1,060 more words