Which is your favorite Disney Princess? (in a comment, express how you think your particular princess influenced who you are)
Do you think, as little girls, watching these movies influenced us to think single ladies were "bad" or "miserable"?
“True love will solve the problem of your absent father, your seriously absent mother” Why do you think there was never a mother in any of the princess shows?
Go http://www.nytimes.com/2006/12/24/magazine/24princess.t.html?pagewanted=6&ei=5088&en=8e5a1ac1332a802c&ex=1324616400&partner=rssnyt&emc=rss then rate on a scale of 1-5 how much you liked or disliked this article.
"On the other hand, maybe I’m still surfing a washed-out second wave of feminism in a third-wave world. Maybe princesses are in fact a sign of progress, an indication that girls can embrace their predilection for pink without compromising strength or ambition; that, at long last, they can 'have it all.' "
Did you ever dress up as a princess? Which Princess? Which Gown?
Aren’t the Princesses, who are interested only in clothes, jewelry and cadging the handsome prince, somewhat retrograde role models?
Pink or Blue?
Is there a new line that is targeting little girls that you absolutely hate? What?