princesses

"How powerful it would be to call girls words other than ‘princess?’ What could accomplish if that happened?"
Fashion designer and feminist, Coco Chanel, said, "A girl should be two things. Who and what she wants." I don't believe that all princesses have to wear glittery pink dresses and dazzling tiaras. And I definitely don't think that every fairy tale needs a prince.
Turns out, no one is safe from the horrors of runny mascara.
By now, Disney princesses have been reimagined in just about every way possible, with realistic waistlines and faces to name
The usual fairy tale goes: Prince Charming sweeps a princess off her feet, they ride into the sunset and that's where the
"The Robber Bridegroom" A miller's daughter has a bad feeling about the man she's been pledged to, so she hides out in his
There was only one tiny side window in which we could all see about half the class at any one time. There may have some polite shoving involved. I don't really remember. We were all very excited.
It's her love of pretty clothes, tiaras and princesses that are the threads I clutch to when I can't connect with her on any other level.
Nearly every little girl idolizes her beloved Disney Princesses. To witness the iconic Disney character of Cinderella embark on a transcendence of race, as talented actress Keke Palmer takes on the role for the Broadway adaptation, is a huge step forward for young women of color.