1. flimflammeryart:

I know, I know…Disney princess mashup. But after finishing this season of Game of Thrones I couldn’t help myself. Would it be too corny to call this one Game of Thorns?

    flimflammeryart:

    I know, I know…Disney princess mashup. But after finishing this season of Game of Thrones I couldn’t help myself. Would it be too corny to call this one Game of Thorns?

    2 months ago  /  842 notes  /  Source: flimflammeryart

  2. Belle and Snow White hanging out at @flimflammery. #sdcc #comiccon #cosplay #disney #princesses (at San Diego Comic Con)

    Belle and Snow White hanging out at @flimflammery. #sdcc #comiccon #cosplay #disney #princesses (at San Diego Comic Con)

    1 year ago  /  1 note

  3. But much of the prevailing sentiment was that Disney has plenty of princesses who look like Sofia, and that they would have better served by adding to diversity and providing a princess who more little Latina girls would see themselves in.

    Flores says, if anything, the immense amount of attention focused on a make-believe princess demonstrates to Disney that the appetite is there for a Latina princess who is representative of the community.

    Disney: Our first Latina princess isn’t actually Latina - The Look

    1 year ago  /  2 notes  /  Source: thelook.today.com

  4. Inevitably, many will complain that those of us who demand diversity and then dare to be critical of it when it comes are simply incapable of being satisfied. DAMN THEY GAVE US A LATINA PRINCESS, WHAT DO YOU WANT NOW?
Well, I personally want to see a challenge poised to the traditional beauty standards that are upheld by Disney, Nickelodeon and the other corporate owned forces that have so much sway and influence over the tastes and preferences of our little ones. Your parents can tell you about beauty and diversity all they want, but when they rarely see that reflected in meaningful ways in the media, there can be some unfortunate dissonance. (via Disney’s First Latina Princess: Not as Groundbreaking as You Think | Clutch Magazine)

    Inevitably, many will complain that those of us who demand diversity and then dare to be critical of it when it comes are simply incapable of being satisfied. DAMN THEY GAVE US A LATINA PRINCESS, WHAT DO YOU WANT NOW?

    Well, I personally want to see a challenge poised to the traditional beauty standards that are upheld by Disney, Nickelodeon and the other corporate owned forces that have so much sway and influence over the tastes and preferences of our little ones. Your parents can tell you about beauty and diversity all they want, but when they rarely see that reflected in meaningful ways in the media, there can be some unfortunate dissonance. (via Disney’s First Latina Princess: Not as Groundbreaking as You Think | Clutch Magazine)

    1 year ago  /  1 note  /  Source: clutchmagonline.com

  5. Merida really could be gay. She could be straight. She could be asexual. We just don’t know. Over the course of the film, she shows romantic interest in neither boys nor girls; it’s only by assumption that her parents—and, presumably, most viewers—think she’s heterosexual.
Is this ambiguity intentional? Almost definitely. (via Entertainment - Chris Heller - Does It Matter If the Heroine of ‘Brave’ Is Gay? - The Atlantic)

    Merida really could be gay. She could be straight. She could be asexual. We just don’t know. Over the course of the film, she shows romantic interest in neither boys nor girls; it’s only by assumption that her parents—and, presumably, most viewers—think she’s heterosexual.

    Is this ambiguity intentional? Almost definitely. (via Entertainment - Chris Heller - Does It Matter If the Heroine of ‘Brave’ Is Gay? - The Atlantic)

    2 years ago  /  2 notes  /  Source: The Atlantic

  6. flimflammeryart:

Mickey vs Oswald, created for the VERSUS art show at Mission Comics. Opening reception Feb 4, 2012, 7-10 PM. 

    flimflammeryart:

    Mickey vs Oswald, created for the VERSUS art show at Mission Comics. Opening reception Feb 4, 2012, 7-10 PM. 

    2 years ago  /  12 notes  /  Source: flimflammery.com

  7. BEST Tumblr header I have EVER seen: Fuck Yeah John Lasseter

    BEST Tumblr header I have EVER seen: Fuck Yeah John Lasseter

    3 years ago  /  2 notes  /  Source: fuckyeahjohnlasseter

  8. AWESOME.
Twisted Princesses: A Darker Take on Disney - ComicsAlliance.com

    AWESOME.

    Twisted Princesses: A Darker Take on Disney - ComicsAlliance.com

    4 years ago  /  0 notes  /  Source: comicsalliance.com

  9. At the Teen Choice Awards in Los Angeles earlier this month, Ms. Cyrus, 16, performed a pole dance on top of an ice-cream cart. The routine lit up the blogosphere. Mothers said it was inappropriate, while some fans argued that the pole was just there for balance.

    In Selena Gomez, Disney Aims to Create the Next Teen Star - WSJ.com

    This is the main reason I wouldn’t want my future kids to be talented…

    5 years ago  /  0 notes  /  Source: The Wall Street Journal

  10. ohnotheydidnt: Full collection of Disney’s Year of a Million Dreams ads
this is kind of very wtf.

    ohnotheydidnt: Full collection of Disney’s Year of a Million Dreams ads

    this is kind of very wtf.

    6 years ago  /  0 notes

  11. There was Slutty Snow White, Slutty Ariel, Slutty Cinderella and Slutty Belle.
    Comic-Con 2008: The empire strikes back - Movie opinions- msnbc.com

    6 years ago  /  0 notes

  12. Money bin model (via Mat Skull)

    Money bin model (via Mat Skull)

    6 years ago  /  0 notes