An examination and documentation of the intersection of Disney and social issues
What is “Disney feminism”? It’s using positive messages in Disney to turn the lens inward and examine what could be better.
It’s embracing and understanding intersectionality. If a Disney movie does not treat a marginalized group well, I will not ignore it or try to make excuses for it. It’s time to be vocal about what needs to change.
Feminism means nobody gets left behind or forgotten.
It’s kinda little, and sometimes broken, but it’s still good.
"If children’s movies, far more than adult movies, present their audiences with role models that are crucial to the development of their own identities, then such issues are of crucial importance." -M. Keith Booker, discussing Disney
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