Disney’s ‘The Princess and the Frog’ is clearly superior to ‘Frozen,’ and its main character Tiana deserves revisiting and reevaluation.
As ‘Frozen’ taught us, when you’re in a fight with a snow queen, you can’t afford missed punches.
A person is not reducible to his or her sexuality. If movies do that, they’re not telling stories any more, but just engaging in pictoral propaganda.
Disney has ignored its greatest girl-power asset, leaving an independent, adventurous, assertive classic character out of the pantheon of princesses.
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