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I'm so sick and tired of feminism crawling its way into entertainment.
For example, I recently watched Brave which has some really disgusting feminist themes and brainwashes children from an young age.
Brave is about a princess who's not happy being a princess (and children are supposed to relate to this character ), instead she wants to be a man (penis envy) and is always opposing her mother who wants her to marry at an young age. She wants to be independent and free - ring any bells ?
Her mother eventually tells her: are you ready to pay the price for that freedom ? So I'm like: OK, maybe this movie will try to teach young girls that there's a price to pay for f***ing around. But nope...in the end everything works out, she doesn't marry anyone and she doesn't get punished for messing things up for her family.
Also, the men are mostly incompetent. Her father is acting like a child and her suitors are meant to be comical relief. There isn't one competent man in the whole movie. In fact, there are no competent characters besides her mother who at the beginning is presented as some sort of tyrant. Way to go Pixar.
What happened to characters like Cinderella or Anastasia ? Is the new generation goint to be even more f***ed up by growing up with this feminist propaganda from an young age ? Frankly I'm scared to think of the future. This movie was very popular even in places like Eastern Europe and I'm sure there are other contemporary animations covering the same BS feminist themes.
I don't know about you but was the 'Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon' theme, much different?
Zhang Ziyi was that princess, who was bored of that *posh* life, and wanted to be a sword wielder. And that both women, Ziyi and Jade Fox (former teacher), had a toxic student-disciple relationship, resulting in the eventual death of Chow Fat, the only true male role model in the movie? Since the other guy, Ziyi's Hun BF, was the rogue bandit.
Any difference from Disney's film "Mulan" back in the 1990s?
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