disney princesses

FFFF: Frozen’s Elsa Teaches the Other Disney Princesses

Funny Feminist Friday Film square logoMichelle Cameron stars as Elsa from Frozen, who teaches the other Disney Princesses that they don’t need to spend so much time worrying about landing a Prince.

Also featuring: Elizabeth Oldak (Belle), Tanja Nagler (Cinderella), Molly Gallagher (Ariel), Tiger Darrow (Snow White), Dominique Roberts (Aurora) and Celeste Hudson (Jasmine).

Note: The video is subtitled so I’m not including text of the lyrics here, but full text is available on the YouTube page in the video description.

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FFFF: More Historically-Accurate Disney Princess

Funny Feminist Friday Film square logoRachel Bloom’s cartoon points out being a Disney princess and finding a prince would be a lot less cool if it were historically-accurate.

Lyrics (after the jump): Read more

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FFFF: Ariel Sings for Equal Pay

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Disney Princesses sing to raise awareness of the gender pay gap! Pay equity for everyone – men, women and mermaids! Check out this new video from the 2-woman production company Tex Pats.

(h/t The Mary Sue)

Transcript (after the jump): Read more

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FFFF: After Ever After

FFFFJon Cozart suggests what happens to the princesses “After Ever After”, when their Disney movies are over.

 

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FFFF: Bonjour, Princess Leia

Comediva writer and producer Erika Cervantes, who brought us BAMF Girls Club, has put together this musical clip introducing Disney Princess Leia. Will she fit in with the other Disney princesses, or would she rather be off in a blaster fight?

-Jarrah

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FFFF: Advice from Snow White

Okay, you get two today because Danielle Uhlarik from The Second City Network has come out with the newest installment in Advice from a Cartoon Princess. Take it away, Snow White!

-Jarrah

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