Yeah, this kinda makes sense:
Children should get lessons in school on how to build strong relationships to counteract ‘Disneyfied’ portrayals of love
Ask any child their favorite film, and there is quite a high chance they will name a Disney movie, like ‘Beauty and the Beast’ or ‘Aladdin’.
However, experts believe that these films are giving them the wrong idea about what a healthy relationship looks like.
In ‘Aladdin’, the hero whisks Princess Jasmine away from restrictive palace life, while ‘Cinderella’, ‘Snow White’, and ‘Sleeping Beauty’ all involve a young girl being saved by a ‘handsome prince’.
Yeah, in real life, Jasmine’s father’s security police would hunt down the couple, shoot the insolent little pup and take the now-deflowered houri back to her father’s palace where she’ll be whipped for her adultery and beheaded for bringing shame to the family name.
Let’s not even talk about the “handsome savior prince” scenario.
Me, I think that Disney shouldn’t stop at “happily ever after”, but use their characters for some real-life advice, e.g.
Dealing With Nosy Room-Mates
Workplace Sexual Harassment
Everyday Grooming Tips
Building A Relationship With Your Step-Family
Finding That Perfect Sugar Daddy
Seeing as we’re living in modern times, and given that it’s Woke Disney:
Sharing The Great Outdoors
Things To Do While Waiting For Your Prince To Come
When Your Prince Finally Comes
There ya go. Coming soon [sic] to a screen near you.