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Disney....wdyt? user banned
31st Oct '12

So i came across these wdyt? lol



They are called princess supersized. lol Would you rather them be this size in the movies and on products or the normal way they were drawn up? LOL And why.
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Kelly&Coralie 1 child; Rochester, New York 55029 posts
status 31st Oct '12

I'd rather them be thier normal selves.

I would never want my daughter to idolize a morbidly obese body type

Soon 2B Mom of 2 2 kids; North Highlands, California 3785 posts
31st Oct '12

I think the size they were before, becuase this is unhealthy. I think they should be more realistic than they are now, but I dont want them to be obese either lol.

Buzz and Almond Joys momm 2 kids; Albuquerque, New Mexico 12593 posts
31st Oct '12

I'd rather them be normal . In no way would I ever want my daughter to think being that huge is normal or okay. I will always i courage her to eat healthy and exercise so that no matter her body size she knows she has done what she can be to be healthy.

yo moyo 1 child; Ishim, Russian Federation 1335 posts
31st Oct '12

I think these drawings are hideous. Surely there's a more attractive way to draw a supersized princess.

Nomo 4 kids; Mueang Phuket, Thailand 30487 posts
31st Oct '12
Quoting Kelly&Coralie:" I'd rather them be thier normal selves. I would never want my daughter to idolize a morbidly obese body type"


i have to agree. i dont think you should judge overweight people, but i also dont agree with it as its, unhealthy and causes a bunch of other health problems, but i also dont want them idolizing over super skinny people either.

Preggo Bear Claw Due April 12; 64 kids; Minnesota 645 posts
31st Oct '12

I'd prefer that they're drawn how they are now. These drawings are not really good and on top of the princesses being obese, their facial expressions are terribly depressing.

khigh 1 child; Fort Sill, Oklahoma 8101 posts
31st Oct '12

Those are disgusting. I prefer my daughter idolize someone with a healthy body image.

InkDMomma 35 kids; Clinton Township, Michigan 27418 posts
31st Oct '12

I think the way they were before is fine.
Even if they made them a tid thicker whatever... but this is ridiculous. I don't want my children thinking that THAT is healthy or to idolize that and think that, that is a healthy size.



My kids know not to judge people or make fun of how big or small people are.



Why can't they leave shit alone? Maybe parents should stop being so f**king lazy and actually teach their children how to be a person rather than depend on movies and other people to do it for them.

user banned 3 kids; Ontario 10942 posts
31st Oct '12

Since ppl are freaking over the drawings, these are not in anyway part of disnety themselves. I just came across them on the net and where drawn by a young teen from what I saw, where I found them. lol



I just thought I would post them and ask what ppl thought. My opinon is who cares.



Most ppl are sickened by skinny non realistic princesses but when shown this the others are now aceptable and these would not be.....I dont care who my kids idolize small or obese, if they are happy then thats all that matters, you dont have to have a poor image of yourself to idolize someone who is obese. Or want to be obese just like them.



If disney princess were made like this I wouldnt question it at all for my kids. I know my kids are healthy and not obese. So why would it matter.



Everyone here is going to say they never once ldolized a singer or actor that just happened to have weight issues??? I dont believe that for one minute.

Derpy Hooves Due November 8; 1 child; Virginia 21305 posts
status 31st Oct '12

No way. Morbidly obese is just as unhealthy as being unrealistically thin for your nature. They should leave the princesses as originally depicted because it's stupid to cater to everyone's butthurt.
If you really want to attack a societal ill, go after fashion designers who only provide a super tiny clothing sample for runways, forcing catwalks to use underage and undernourished models. Those ideals are then forcefed to women and girls.

khigh 1 child; Fort Sill, Oklahoma 8101 posts
31st Oct '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Derpy Hooves:</b>" No way. Morbidly obese is just as unhealthy as being unrealistically thin for your nature. They should ... [snip!] ... for runways, forcing catwalks to use underage and undernourished models. Those ideals are then forcefed to women and girls."</blockquote>




You know why they use very skinny models for the runway, right?

The Bear and The Bird 2 kids; Vantaa, Finland 42574 posts
31st Oct '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting momento mori:</b>" I think these drawings are hideous. Surely there's a more attractive way to draw a supersized princess."</blockquote>



:lol: :!:



While I do wish Disney would draw some thicker princesses (I love Merida's body type, but I'd like even curvier.) I don't wasn't them drawing an unhealthy body type either.

Derpy Hooves Due November 8; 1 child; Virginia 21305 posts
status 31st Oct '12
Quoting khigh:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Derpy Hooves:</b>" No way. Morbidly obese is just as unhealthy ... [snip!] ... are then forcefed to women and girls."</blockquote> You know why they use very skinny models for the runway, right?"


The news I read said that it was because the designer usually ONLY send one piece of clothing and it's the designer who makes it small.

The Bear and The Bird 2 kids; Vantaa, Finland 42574 posts
31st Oct '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Derpy Hooves:</b>" The news I read said that it was because the designer usually ONLY send one piece of clothing and it's the designer who makes it small."</blockquote>



It's because they're human hangers.