Analysis Of The Trouble With Disney's Teeny, Tiny Princesses

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In the article “The Trouble With Disney’s Teeny, Tiny Princesses” by Philip Cohen examines the reason why Disney princesses are so tiny compared to their male counterparts, and what impression it put on the general population who watch many disney movies. Disney has been known to show stereotypical women and men. The damsel in distress, and her knight in shining armor. Some people have called them out on this and they responded with some female empowerment movies. Like Frozen and Brave that do not focus on romance. It in very obvious that the male and female bodies in many animated movies and not proportionate and give off an unrealistic expectation for both males and Females. Generally Cohen is trying to say that Disney should at least try
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