Hey gang! My friend, fellow blogger, and Disney Princess Addict Faith Moore announced the release of her new book Saving Cinderella: What Feminists Get Wrong About Disney Princesses And How To Set It Right.
Like myself, Faith is a nerd, but instead of comic books, she takes deep dives into Disney princesses, so it is no wonder that she wrote an epic book about them.
According to her website:
Ready for a radical statement? Disney princesses aren’t anti-feminist. Until the 1990s, Disney princesses were role models for little girls, teaching them how to grow up into strong, centered, moral women. But then something terrible happened. A vocal minority of viewers and film critics (let’s call them “princess critics”) got hold of the narrative. They called Disney princesses “drips,” said they were “boring,” and boiled their dreams down to “husband hunting.” And Disney listened, churning out princesses who were virtue-signaling, man-hating puppets shouting the ideas of the princess critics. But the princess critics were wrong.
Definitely head over to Amazon and purchase yourself a copy and one for a Christmas present. It is time to stand up to feminist readings of these classic characters and hear the truth about them.
What do you think? Let me know in the comments below and tell me about your thoughts. While you are at it, check out my review of the indie film ‘If You’re Gone’ and my article Author Sara Rust Releases New Novel: ‘The Restlands.’ Don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe for more posts like this one.
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