What Disney teaches our Boys & Girls. {Warning: Cynical}

Via on Aug 18, 2011

Well, I think there must be some good lessons in a few of those old classics, too. Lady & the Tramp? 101 Dalmations?

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3 Responses to “What Disney teaches our Boys & Girls. {Warning: Cynical}”

  1. ja bond says:

    Just a reflection of the real world!

  2. JaoNegro says:

    Heh. Funny. They left off Mulan, one of my daughter's all-time favorite princesses. Wonder why? Oh, yeah, undercuts the meme.

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