March 28th, 2011

In Disney’s “The Little Mermaid”, Ariel is subservient to her Aqua-King father, until she spies a handsome land-man and gives up her voice, her very identity, to become a subservient sex object for him.

In Disney’s “Dumbo”, a birth-defect elephant is ridiculed by minstrel-show-crows and breaks the laws of physics, making a merry mockery of our lord and saviour Science, through delusional feather fantasies.

In Disney’s “Song Of The South”, old Uncle Remus, a black man happily working on a plantation in the deep south, sings cheerful songs and looks after the white folks’ kids.
Best part: When the movie had it’s premiere in 1946, the actor who played Remus was not allowed to attend.

In Disney’s “The Lion King”, Scar is a scary bad guy who kills Mufasa and makes me cry and I hate him he’s too mean and ugly and I like that shot of Nala when she lies back in the grass and gives Simba the fuck-me eyes while Elton John whispers sweet lovely nothings in my ears but Scar is too scary for me.

Kyle “An Epic Legacy of Racism, Sexism, and Archaic Christian Ideals” Gatehouse

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Apr 03, 2011
Clearly, you've been scarred by Disney. Not scared. Thanks for bravely telling the truth.
Mar 31, 2011
Not Dumbo too!!:(
Mar 30, 2011
No kidding... Disney, eh..?? Love your last paragraph.
Mar 28, 2011
definitely my favorite