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 Accidental Discrimination?
Accidental Discrimination?
Okay, so the lebih I think about this, the lebih it starts to bother me. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't recall any disney Princesses having green eyes. What's up with that?!

Snow White: brown
Cinderella: blue
Aurora: blue
Ariel: blue
Belle: brown
Jasmine: brown
Pocahontas: brown
Mulan: brown
I think Tiana's eyes are brown too.

Even the majority of Disney's other leading ladies don't have jade-coloured peepers. I'm pretty sure Tarzan's Jane has blue eyes, as does Giselle in Enchanted. So do Alice (in Wonderland) and Peter Pan's Wendy! I can't really tell what colour Megara's eyes are in Hercules (blue...
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Most people would agree that each of the disney Princesses are individually unique. While most people take their stories and personalities into consideration, few tend to recognize that they each have an individual artistic style. Even though over the years their lineup has homogenized to create what we might consider Classic Disney, the desain of nearly each princess was in fact inspired with a specific artist atau art style in mind. I believe this is the je-ne-sais-quoi people have a hard time attributing...
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