An adorable, little gnome
dead-lesbian-master:

they-call-me-sexy:

montypla:

mythotica:

kaiserphoenix:

supersandys-space:

dearme-365:

waltdisneyconfessions:

“I think the people hoping for a lesbian princess need to be reminded that Disney movies are aimed at kids. I don’t think there is anything wrong with being gay, but to push the idea at kids before they understand what that means will only confuse them. Also as a parent, I would be pissed at Disney for addressing such controversial topics in a movie intended for children”.



In Disney movies we’ve seen witchcraft, arranged marriages, women being poisoned, chased, forced to act as slaves (Cinderella anyone?), abused verbally and emotionally by their peers and families, we’ve seen them locked up in towers, persecuted for a variety of reasons, kidnapped, traded and essentially sold to the highest bidder.  In Disney movies we’re basically told from an early age that real women wait for their princes, do as their told, allow themselves to be used as property by their families, and that their primary purpose is to wait for a handsome prince to come and sweep them off their feet.
Plenty of Disney movies have controversial content.  But it’s the loving, respectful relationship between 2 women that’s going to push things over the edge?
Get. Fucking. Real.
You know the people on the planet who seem the LEAST confused by homosexual relationships?  Kids.  Why?  Because to a kid… two adults in love is just two adults in love.  You have to TEACH hatred and bigotry.  If you don’t… you end up with children who accept love for what it is— love.
Our children will not be confused… YOUR children may be.  But maybe the problem there isn’t a nice little Disney story about two women who fall in love… maybe the problem is you.





Bolding by me. Children can be fine with this and not love? Really?

I was gonna say they could also have a gay prince.
But then I remembered Kuzco.

But then i remembered Kuzco.

But then i remembered Kuzco.

dead-lesbian-master:

they-call-me-sexy:

montypla:

mythotica:

kaiserphoenix:

supersandys-space:

dearme-365:

waltdisneyconfessions:

I think the people hoping for a lesbian princess need to be reminded that Disney movies are aimed at kids. I don’t think there is anything wrong with being gay, but to push the idea at kids before they understand what that means will only confuse them. Also as a parent, I would be pissed at Disney for addressing such controversial topics in a movie intended for children”.

In Disney movies we’ve seen witchcraft, arranged marriages, women being poisoned, chased, forced to act as slaves (Cinderella anyone?), abused verbally and emotionally by their peers and families, we’ve seen them locked up in towers, persecuted for a variety of reasons, kidnapped, traded and essentially sold to the highest bidder.  In Disney movies we’re basically told from an early age that real women wait for their princes, do as their told, allow themselves to be used as property by their families, and that their primary purpose is to wait for a handsome prince to come and sweep them off their feet.

Plenty of Disney movies have controversial content.  But it’s the loving, respectful relationship between 2 women that’s going to push things over the edge?

Get. Fucking. Real.

You know the people on the planet who seem the LEAST confused by homosexual relationships?  Kids.  Why?  Because to a kid… two adults in love is just two adults in love.  You have to TEACH hatred and bigotry.  If you don’t… you end up with children who accept love for what it is— love.

Our children will not be confused… YOUR children may be.  But maybe the problem there isn’t a nice little Disney story about two women who fall in love… maybe the problem is you.

http://i75.photobucket.com/albums/i298/sandy_wendel/GIFs%20Worth%20Saving/960515cc296189b16d3ba213b0b21d9e.gif

Bolding by me. Children can be fine with this and not love? Really?

I was gonna say they could also have a gay prince.

But then I remembered Kuzco.

But then i remembered Kuzco.

But then i remembered Kuzco.

  1. medvalkyrie reblogged this from thehalfbloodprinceofbelair
  2. innmotioninc reblogged this from lesbionic-guide-to-the-galaxy
  3. invisibleblueowl reblogged this from albinwonderland
  4. misakikaito reblogged this from neverafuckgiven
  5. evil-cupcake13 reblogged this from neverafuckgiven
  6. mexpineapple reblogged this from mistressmorphine
  7. sofapillows reblogged this from neverafuckgiven
  8. clarafknlille reblogged this from rgrbecket and added:
    I think the OP forgot that in several Disney films, even in some more recently than others, there is...
  9. mistressmorphine reblogged this from neverafuckgiven
  10. neverafuckgiven reblogged this from rgrbecket
  11. rgrbecket reblogged this from moreglitter
  12. moreglitter reblogged this from iamayoungfeminist
  13. rebe6wiii reblogged this from fotoperver and added:
    Buena respuesta.
  14. violetobsession reblogged this from wonderingvagabond
  15. howshouldicare reblogged this from albinwonderland
  16. celesteennui reblogged this from ana2199 and added:
    ^BURN!
  17. ana2199 reblogged this from lillycaularchive and added:
    I don’t have anything against being a straighty, but I think that pushing the idea at kids, who of course assume they’re...
  18. siestashortcake reblogged this from blondatlasofficial and added:
    Um, excuse you. They aren’t homophobic they just don’t think kids should need a lesbian princess. Would you like kids to...
  19. nowicanbreathe reblogged this from wynterskingdom
  20. imrapunzelbitches reblogged this from kelleybob
  21. wynterskingdom reblogged this from blondatlasofficial
  22. kelleybob reblogged this from lillycaularchive and added:
    I don’t think kids really care. If you as a parent push only one option then yeah they may be a little confused. But...
  23. chickennchipsahoy reblogged this from lillycaularchive
  24. cranberrydeception reblogged this from harperhug
  25. ashonastar reblogged this from deanandbalthazar
  26. jabberwocky101 reblogged this from savagelittlerose