[personal profile] mme_n_b
I used to scoff at people who complained about lack of diversity among Disney princesses. "I don't look like a Disney princess, and it doesn't faze me" said I. "Who cares" said I.
Well, I was wrong. I've recently witnessed a person realize that she looks just like a Disney princess (Rapunzel, Aurora and Elsa, to be precise - long-haired blue-eyed blonde). Apparently it's a realization that can make a three-year-old blissfully happy, and I am sorry for scoffing at the very real deprivation of the three-year-olds who do not get to experience it.

Not that failing to experience one particular joyful event is all that life-altering. I mean, there are three-year-olds out there who've never tried sushi, and no one makes a fuss about it, but still. I shouldn't have scoffed.
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