April 11, 2013, - 2:30 pm
Disney VP: New Princess Character Needs No Prince – “We’re Undoing That Damage”; Single Mom, Multi-Culti Character
Disney’s new Princess, “Sofia,” is completely politically correct. Her mother is a single mom, she doesn’t need a prince, and her family is “multi-cultural.” The only things missing are mosque worship and a vegan lesbian illegal alien sister seeking tranny surgery before her upcoming gay marriage to Janet Napolitano and artificial insemination with the sperm of rapper Ludacris. But don’t worry. I’m sure that’s coming. With this week’s death of Annette Funicello comes the death of the wholesomeness and traditional family values that used to come with the Disney name. Disney Senior Vice President of Original Programming and General Manager of Disney Junior Worldwide, Nancy Kanter, said the new Disney character, “Sofia the First,” doesn’t won’t need a prince to save her because, “We’re undoing all that damage.”
Disney Veep Nancy Kanter: “We’re Undoing All That Damage” of Needing a Man
Uh-huh, lets train America’s 2-5 year olds, among whom “Sofia the First” is this year’s most watched cable series that single mothers and not needing a man is the way to go. Because that’s working so well in this world we live in right? No reason to promote the traditions that have kept Western civilization alive. Time for Disney to promote what tears the West down.
By the way, take a look at Nancy Kanter in the photo above. Butch haircut . . . check. Sensible shoes . . . probably check. WNBA All-Star Game tickets . . . probably check, check, check. Just sayin’. You know this has everything to do with her referring to masculine men in Disney stories as “all that damage.”
“We knew we didn’t want it to be a young woman looking for a man,” says Nancy Kanter, senior vice president of original programming and general manager of Disney Junior Worldwide. “Sofia the First” was introduced to children last November when Disney Channel and Disney Junior aired a heavily promoted 45-minute pilot. Then a weekly animated program began to run on Disney Junior on Jan. 11. The show is this year’s most-watched cable series among children 2 to 5, according to Nielsen Holdings data. . . .
The cable show focuses on a plucky girl who lives in a village in the kingdom of Enchancia with her mother, Miranda. Miranda is an unmarried shoe-cobbler who meets and marries Enchancia’s King Roland. . . . With Sofia, Disney aims to avoid the stereotype of girls needing a prince to save them . . . . “We’re undoing all that damage,” Ms. Kanter says. “Everyone is aware of the ‘princess luggage,’ ” says Bobette Buster, a story consultant hired by Disney to help with “Sofia.” . . .
While Sofia represents a departure from the likes of Ariel, the little mermaid willing to trade her voice to be reunited with a man she met once, she’s still a Disney princess. She’s pretty, she lives in a castle and she wears gowns. . . . Craig Gerber, Sofia’s creator and the show’s executive producer, says he imagined Sofia as the child of a single mother because doing so offered an easy way to explore themes of adaptation and a family situation that resonates with many kids. He also plans to nod at multicultural family dynamics: Miranda wasn’t born in Enchancia and is, he says, “of mixed fairy-tale heritage.”
Ah, the charm of multi-culti mixed fairy-tale heritage . . . but only after sperm via turkey baster, since, after all, no princes and “all that damage” are needed.
Say what you want about Walt Disney (including his fascination with Hitler associates and that he hated Da Jooos, to which even his own namesake museum admits). He was devoted to presenting a clean, wholesome, traditional set of values to American kids, and for that he should be appreciated. Heck, he even required that Annette Funicello not wear bikinis (or any two-piece swimsuits) in the beach movies in which she appeared.
But fast forward a few decades and his descendants are supporting Palestinian terrorists against Israel (so maybe that’s coming full circle to his views), and his namesake company is promoting single motherhood, blind multi-culturalism, and the total dissing of men.
And you wonder why America is a dying nation.
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