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Please take one minute out of your day and watch this. It’s the ugly truth.

I hear no lies.


I did not think she would go there but then she did I literally screamed YAAAAAASSSSS BITCH DRAG THEM LIKE YOU’RE TRYNA WALK A CAT

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You know, this isn’t the first time I’ve seen a post saying that Frozen is somehow a bad, or inadequate, movie, because Queen Elsa, Princess Anna, and their mother look remarkably similar. And I’ve seen the arguments between the two sides of this debate, from ‘they are related, so it’s okay’ and ‘but it’s lazy for the character designers to do this’ and I’m sitting here wondering why it’s so goddamn important in the first place.

How does the aesthetics of a character reflect their actual personality? The answer is that it has absolutely nothing to do with their personality and yet people continue to nitpick this movie with this stupid reason. No, this isn’t nitpicking, it goes to a level above nitpicking. Besides, doesn’t this spit in the face of actual feminism, which tells us that people should judge women on their character and not on what they look like? And it’s mostly self-proclaimed feminists who complain about this.

Not liking Frozen is completely fine, but the fact that there are people who believe that these characters’ facial structures trump personality makes it seem like they are grabbing at straws trying to find anything to bring this movie down, even if their reasoning makes no sense. Until someone gives an adequate reasoning as to why this matters so fucking much, I will be enjoying the movie for its writing and not giving two shits about what the characters look like.

I feel as though people are talking about this bullshit as a reactionary response to the amount of praise this movie gets. What I have to say is, GET OVER IT. If people were complaining about Supernatural or Sherlock the way you are with Frozen, they’d be off this website before you can say ‘Allons-y!’

Believing that this movie is somehow ruined, because of this ‘problem’ actually does more harm to the detractors of Frozen than good. People will look at this reasoning and see it as a joke. They will wonder if the detractors have reached rock bottom in their argument.

If this is the best argument you can come up with, then we have no reason to listen to you.

I’m done with this bullshit. Come find me when you have a legitimate criticism.


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