What? Potty jokes have been part of kids’ humor for quite some time. It is not as if Pixar is introducing a foreign element.
Now that they’re owned by Disney, it appears the radical feminist agenda has crept in to make a story that tells little girls that it’s OK to defy authority and be your own immature self.
Where are you getting this? What is your source?
Merida, a skilled archer and headstrong daughter of King Fergus and Queen Elinor, lives in the Scottish kingdom of DunBroch as a princess with her three brothers. Merida is betrothed to one of the sons of the three Lords: Dingwall, Macintosh, and MacGuffin. The princess, however, is determined to live her own life, and not be subjugated to the restrictive life of a princess her mother wants her to lead. When Merida defies one of the kingdom’s traditions by sabotaging an archery contest between the three lords, the princess inadvertently causes controversy and chaos throughout the kingdom. In response to the chaos, Merida turns to an elderly wise woman to help “change her mother”, with whom she does not see eye to eye. But when her mother herself is transformed into a bear, Merida must discover the true meaning of bravery by undoing the spell to save her family and kingdom.
Oh no! Women who want to make decisions for themselves! We must alert the Church elders. :rolleyes:
The entire plot of the movie is reparation for her disrespect toward her mother.
Where is the feminism?