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I'm Ella. I love Disney world and posting pictures of it.
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perfectpixiedust:

°o° Active quality Disney blog!!! °o° 
chrisalcoran:

Silly faces with Tink | Into the Magic on Flickr.
disneyetorlando:

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princesstori96:

She fixed this fixer upper up with a little bit of love
d-sneyprincess:

Silvermist by EverythingDisney on Flickr.
excitinglysimple:

Magical Moment <3
d-sneyprincess:

Snow White by nickALODIEon on Flickr.

gorlt:

stereotypes against white people are not dangerous at all. no one is out here stopping and frisking you guys for liking starbucks and chipotle. meanwhile, black teenagers suspected of being “thugs” and “threats” are slain on sight so please calm the fuck down and learn how to take a joke

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whathostudio:

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insanitylurksinside:

*InSanity lurks Inside* Disney Demands Norway Pay $9 Million.. Or Arendelle is Coming.Well, I can’t say I’m surprised.Disney has finally gone off the deep end. Demanding the country of Norway pay $9 Million to update their pavilion in Epcot Centers ‘World Showcase’ or they will turn it into Arendalle from the movie ‘Frozen.More details in the blog (Click Here) 

Here’s the original article

A corporation is seriously suing a country?I don’t know how to feel about this. On the one hand, Norway is a goddamn country and should spend money on something actually good, like its citizenry.On the other hand, fuck you Disney for threatening to deliberately erase a country and culture from one of your highest-profile parks just to capitalize on a crap move.

If norway goes I will be so beyond furious
This frozen themed madness is invading on a real country in the real world showcase
I’ve loved the Norway pavilion and Akershus since I was a kid and it is an important cultural representation of a real place and people. Losing it for Disneys blatant money grabbing is just sad. 
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locsgirl:

milliebee11:

I really don’t care if they re-name Moana to Spirited.  I don’t care if they did the same thing for Tangled and Brave.

If Disney thinks that’s what they need to do to convince boys to see the film, good, fine, do it.

I’d much rather have Disney make a film with a female lead kicking arse that little boys are willing to watch, than a film they refuse to see because the name makes it look like a “girl film”.

I think that’s nonsense.  Why should a movie about a female character have the title changed to ‘hide’ that it’s about a female character?  They didn’t do that with Robin Hood, or Aladdin, or The Lion King, or Tarzan.  ‘Brave’ was originally titled ‘The Bear and the Bow’ so exactly what was ‘girly’ about that?

Why should anything about a female character be hidden so it will appeal to boys?  Why are boys so important and matter so much?  Why are boys the default?  Why, even when a movie is about a female character, does it still need to appeal to boys?  Notice how, ever since The Little Mermaid, even if a Disney animated film stars a female character, it’s overwhelmingly male.  Why is maleness considered universally marketable but femaleness is only a ‘niche’?

Girls shouldn’t be diminished just so boys will think something about them is cool.

Maybe instead of hiding away any shred of womanhood we should teach boys that women are worthy of respect and that women are just as important as they are. The idea that we should make sure there are no female names in the title of movies to get 7 year old males into see them is just beyond ridiculous. Instead of covering women up lets show boys that women are amazing.

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christel-thoughts:

autisticlynx:

when privileged groups want rights, safety, and respect, it’s called “basic human decency”

when oppressed groups want rights, safety, and respect, it’s called “social justice”

and mocked. it’s called “social justice” and is mocked or otherwise hated.

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rapunzael:

seduce me with tickets to disney world 

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