Historically, Disney was neither politically correct nor very uplifting for women. It suited the conventional mold of a damsel-in-distress and a prince or monarch (or male hero of some type) coming to her aid.
If you’re over 25, these are the Disney princesses you grew up with, and that’s just great. In the year 2020, we can identify the flaws in this narrative framework and dismiss it as just amusement and fun.
Maria Guadarrama, a Venezuelan artist, has taken up the investigation of the mental health difficulties that many of the classic Disney Princesses may have been suffering with due to their troublesome stories.
In a comic-strip format, she shows each Princess having a dialogue with a psychotherapist.
Continue scrolling to see them! Maria Guadarrama may also be found on Instagram
Born in 1993, my Father John and mother Sarah have taking me to Disney since I was an infant. When I am not blogging about Disney I am scrapbooking and planning my next Disney vacation!
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