So this is another bài viết I'm nghề viết văn based on a phiếu bầu I recently done. This time the câu hỏi was "Do bạn think a princess has to be perfect?" At the time I'm nghề viết văn this, 28 people sự bỏ phiếu 61% no, 39% yes.

People are allowed to have their own opinions and thoughts, that's something I will always respect. But when the topic of perfection is up for debate, it makes me wonder if people really have any idea of how harmful being "perfect" can be.

So some of bạn might ask me, what's wrong with perfection? In what way can it possibly be harmful? Well, have a seat, make yourself comfortable, maybe get yourself some refreshments, because I'll be thêm than happy to explain.

Let me explain now why the idea of perfection is harmful.


Rose from Titanic

So for centuries women have been taught to be polite, soft spoken, to be seen and not heard, to look as beautiful as possible, to be a sứ, đồ sứ doll. We're told if we act a certain way that's not the "right" way we won't find husbands hoặc we'll be made fun of for being "different". Even girls today are taught this.

Why is this a bad thing? It's because if girls grow up thinking they're not perfect enough in anyone's eyes they start to hate themselves. And there's times where the stress can be so bad that they end up going down a dark road.

Now I tình yêu Disney, the movies, the tv shows, the actors they've had over the years, but the company itself isn't as nice as it appears to be. The company will threaten to ngọn lửa, chữa cháy their child actors if they don't act the way Disney wants them to act. If bạn wear a bikini that's not "family friendly"? bạn better hope bạn have a huge fanbase hoặc you'd be getting fired on the spot. It doesn't matter how old bạn are, bạn have to look a certain way and act a certain way. Even if you're not on tv, bạn know how bad that kind of pressure is? It's not pleasant at all. And as mentioned before it can be so bad that you'll want to walk a dark path, like alcoholism, drugs, hoặc self harm.




Esmeralda, I feel, is the best woman to use an example for this kind of topic. She's a character who has been talked about a lot recently and the way people here were saying reminded me of this bit of interesting trivia I read in the imdb page of her movie.







"Esmeralda's decision to marry Phoebus at the end of her film was likely the result of the way both Quasimodo and Frollo treated her throughout the movie, according to the Madonna-Whore complex: Frollo constantly viewed Esmeralda as an evil seductress, causing him to want her as his own and threatens to kill her if she refuses, while Quasimodo instead các lượt xem her as a pure, angelic being, seeing her as being only kind and caring. However, both portrayals are considered insulting to women, and Phoebus, seeing her as being feisty but good-natured, was the only male character that saw Esmeralda like a normal woman, therefore becoming her husband"

The way a lot of people talked about her was pretty much the same way Frollo would think; they focused mostly on how "inappropriate" she is, literally nothing else. There is so much thêm to her character than what she wears hoặc what she did in one scene. She's also very caring and wants to protect her people.




hoa nhài is another example, I've seen some negative các bình luận toward her about how "hard she is on others" when most of the time she's in the movie is spent with her standing up for herself. She obviously doesn't want to be forced into marriage, she obviously wants thêm than just being trapped in the palace her whole life, and she obviously doesn't like that people are, as she đã đưa ý kiến "Standing around deciding my future"






Meanwhile the men are được trao different treatment. Oh bạn don't like Esmeralda because she wears that one dress? (that was somehow too inappropriate?) Well better not watch Aladdin và cây đèn thần because he doesn't wear a áo sơ mi for half of the movie! Oh and I'd avoid Mulan too because Shang's shirtless for an entire song and there's one scene where the characters bathe which means they get naked






Oh and how could I forget the other princesses/heroines! I mean Ariel only wears a sò, ngao, nghêu bra for half of her movie! And Jasmine's outfit shows her stomach! And Elsa's blue dress is so tightfitting and has that slit on her leg! so inappropriate!

We are in 2018, can we please stop judging a woman's character bởi what she wears? If a woman likes to wear a certain outfit then let her!

The princesses and heroines, though not real, are human beings. Human beings are not perfect. Can bạn think of someone in real life (and I mean real life, as in anybody bạn actually know, not an actor bạn love) who is "perfect"? Who is well-mannered and even-tempered?

In fact, the princesses themselves đã đưa ý kiến they're not perfect in the upcoming Wreck it Ralph 2 movie, And instead of just picturing your yêu thích princesses as thiên thần who could do no wrong, bạn might notice that some of them are naive, don't think things through, act like brats, aren't graceful, hoặc aren't, as some of bạn would say well mannered. I mean I tình yêu Mulan, she's my number one yêu thích princesses but I'm still aware of her flaws. She's not graceful all the time and while she does have some good plans they don't always end perfectly (avalanche and blowing up the palace)

Also these princesses are all teenagers and people feel the need to judge them bởi how perfect hoặc imperfect they are. Would bạn do that to a teenager in real life? As long as the teenager isn't hurting anybody hoặc saying hurtful stuff why would it matter if they act hoặc dress a certain way?

Let teenagers be teenagers and let women do what they want that doesn't just involve them being the sứ, đồ sứ búp bê society wants them to be