Faith Moore is a freelance writer and editor and a stay-at-home mom. She has been published in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Daily News, The Daily Wire, and more. Her book, Saving Cinderella: What Feminists Get Wrong About Disney Princesses And How To Set It Right, is available on Amazon. Faith can be found on Twitter @FaithKMoore and on her website, www.FaithKMoore.com.
In Disney’s ‘Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,’ the prince does have permission to kiss Snow White. He just doesn’t get it in writing and signed in triplicate.
Disney cast a young black woman as the new Ariel. But why has the immediate focus been on what she looks like––not whether she can act or sing?
I prayed, desperately, for God to not let my baby die. He didn’t answer that prayer. He answered a better one.
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