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Lynzie: 30; Olympia, WA, USA; cis woman; white; asexual and panromantic; extremely liberal; feminist.

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Posts I Like
Posts tagged "cinderella"
perel:

i do these when i dont know what to do

perel:

i do these when i dont know what to do

(via jamietheignorantamerican)

gradientlair:

queerfabulousmermaid:

Are you the sweet invention of a lover’s dream
Or are you really as wonderful as you seem?

stop it, y’all are making me want to watch this movie.

Okay, so I have to watch this film. I’ve been meaning to ever since I saw the video of Whitney and Brandy singing together. <3

lyrique86:

yoctavias:

The sweetest sounds I’ll ever hear are still inside my head
The kindest words I’ll ever know are waiting to be said
The most entrancing sight of all is yet for me to see…
and the dearest love of all the world is waiting somewhere for me

Can we talk about how this made my life?

Everything about this movie was perfect

mrsedwardscissorhands:

thegirlwithchocolateshoes:


Coloring coloring books into a whole new level.


Art on the right by: http://loish.deviantart.com/
Coloring book pages belong to Disney.

crikey this is amazing!!

(via burdge)

ai-yo:

kaxbeokay:

romanticdevices:

quitecamille:

sacrumfingers:

[Image: Gifs of Cinderella and Prince Christopher talking on a crowded street and of the two of them smiling at each other.]

Cinderella: I’m not sure I want to meet this stranger. I doubt if he has any idea how a girl should be treated.
Christopher: Like a princess, I suppose.
Cinderella: No! Like a person with kindness and respect.

My most favorite version of Cinderella. Can we talk about how BOTH main characters are people of color. Prince Charming is Asian and the most captivating person in the village is an african American woman who believes in kindness and respect? Let’s talk about it. Let’s have a full conversation about it.

No one… NO ONE will ever understand how happy this movie makes me.

No one.

when i was younger, i wanted to be asian prince charming

Love this film for so many reasons. I was so obsessed with Brandy back in the day. Prince Charming was too too fine.

(via racebentdisney)

feministdisney:

little-hiding-owl:

feministdisney:

Or how about… Cinderella didn’t have to slut shame anyone in order to feel good about herself… & neither do you!

Ahem.

how is this-

so perfect

?!?!

hahaha

Cinderella would have been a lot more interesting if she’d gone to the ball naked, tbh.

labratintraining:

racebentdisney:

“Impossible” from Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella (1997)

Now I know this isn’t the Disney film most people think of when they hear “Cinderella”, but it is a Disney production nonetheless, and that is incredibly important. It premiered on ABC as a made-for-TV film and became the #1 show of the week with over 60 million viewers. It was nominated for several Emmy’s and won for Outstanding Art Direction (for a Variety or Music Program).

But what makes Cinderella truly special is its ethnically-diverse cast. The film stars African-American singer Brandi is its titular role, and Whitney Houston, its producer, as her Fairy Godmother. Paolo Montalban is a Prince born to a black Queen (Whoopi Goldberg) and a white King (Victor Garber). Thanks to its color-blind cast, Cinderella has proved to millions of children and even adults that fairytales can still be magical, no matter what the prince and princess look like.

I forgot about this version of Cinderella.  I remember liking it a lot.  I may have to scour the internet to find it.

(via fuckyeahethnicwomen)