~PART TWO~The girls I love link
~PART THREE~The girls I will be in life link
I have too many opinions lately. So I think I will just go ahead and share. Because my opinion on each princess, no matter her ranking is just too much, I had to make this a three part article. Hear me out and I hope you enjoy each article. I'll start with the bottom. These are the girls I have respect for in one way or another, but I'm not so crazy about. Oh and I included Anna and Elsa, because even though they are not officially in the lineup, they've been so popular here, it would feel weird not to.
~Each picture represents what I amor about them.
I never knew winter could be so beautiful.
I find her to be really childish and immature in her thinking. Elsa is right. She cannot marry someone she just met. No Anna, please don't go after a boy just because you have some pain in your life. I understand it. I do. She needed a friend, a companion. She wanted someone to understand her. She lost her parents and wasn't able to connect with her sister on it and talk to her. I understand how lonely she was and years of that can make a person crazy. In the end, I'm glad she found Kristoff because she deserves happiness. I personally think it's important to realize that you don't need a boyfriend to make it through your pain or self esteem issues for that matter though. It's something that even at my age (23), I have to remind myself of that. What I respect about Anna is how much she loves her sister. How she'd risk life or death to save her. She will protect someone she loves just because she loves them. While, I do think she's quite immature at times, defending someone like that does show a lot of maturity in some aspect. She loves Elsa mais than anything and I have mad respect for her for that. I also want to note that I hate Hans with a passion. So I respect Anna all the mais because she saw the good in someone, even if she was naive.
The cold never bothered me anyway.
Another girl on the bottom. I'm sorry, Elsa I just wish you put mais control into your emotions. As an emotional person myself, I realize how hard and at times painful it can be to keep your emotions in control. I see that Elsa did do a good job at it. I give her credit for that. I actually think Elsa is a princess that can spark a debate of emotions and how to control them, if you should at all. In her case, yes because she had snow basically falling from her hands each time she lost control. To be honest, I think my dislike of her is mais the writer's fault. I see what they were trying to do. One reason why I think Frozen - Uma Aventura Congelante is overrated is because I don't think it was written well. How does Elsa control her powers so quickly and so perfectly at the movie's end? Realistically, it probably would have taken her years to master that skill. What I respect about her is how she was willing to let her sister go, if it meant her happiness. She didn't know Hans was evil. She thought she was giving Anna to a prince. That says a lot about her amor for Anna.
What would I give to live where you are?
When I was a kid, I loved Ariel. She was my favorito DP just because she was a mermaid. I just hate how disrespectful she is. When I was 18, I went through that phase where I thought I could do whatever I wanted just because I thought I was an adult. Ariel reminds me of that whole phase I went through. I just think she needs to slow down and realize how important it is to listen to her father. Girl needs to take a moment to understand her father. I do really hate when people say she choose the human world for Eric. Just for a boy. Actually, that was just a deciding factor. Not the only factor. What I really respect about her is her curiosity and thirst for knowledge of a world she doesn't even know of. She was so happy to be a human for those three days, not just because of Eric. She had so much fun on their dia out exploring his kingdom. Finally, she saw up close everything that she's been dreaming of. She danced, she laughed, she believed dreams could come true. She did want a prince, but her true "dream come true" moment was seeing the human world that she always wanted to see. And I amor that she got to see it. It was an awesome scene to see for all her happiness and excitement.
And you were mine.
Rapunzel actually reminds me of Ariel so much. They both have a curiosity for something they know nothing of. However, she comes off a bit childish as well. But what I really want to talk about is what I respect about her. I think every princess is an inspiration in their own way. Each princess can teach us how to be a better person, in a different aspect. What Rapunzel teaches me is that it's okay to care about someone without expecting anything in return. In fact, I believe not expecting anything in return is the highest form of affection and amor and care. She saved Flynn, knowing she would never get to see him again. Knowing she'd be taken away. She was so willing and ready to let him go, just to save him. So he can have a chance at living his life and being happy with it. Letting go of someone you amor just for their sake is heartbreaking beyond belief. I have a high respect of Rapunzel for saving Flynn the way she did.
We walk together and talk together.
She deserves so much mais credit then she's given. She's not a boring character because of her lack of screen time or lines. She's a big dreamer but she gives that up for her kingdom. She gave up her prince, to be responsible and take charge of her royal duties. She does cry about it, but that's a healthy reaction. It's okay to cry when you need to. She was clearly upset, but she didn't fight it or try to run away. She accepted her life and was willing to give her prince away. To do so without even a goodbye. I think Aurora has better emotional control then most of the princesses. What she did was amazing and not easy at all. I highly respect her for how mature and calm she was as she left her início for the castle.
I am not a prize to be won!
jasmim is pretty low on my list, however she's probably the princess who's most like me in terms of personality. She's a B***H! I amor it! She's kind to the child who needed help. She's thankful to the boy who saved her which says a lot. She lived in a castelo all her life, but she's not spoiled. She's remorseful and regretful when she thinks aladdin was killed because of her. For all of her kind and gentle qualities, that doesn't mean she's gonna let anyone walk over her. She doesn't respect Jafar because he humiliates her father. She doesn't settle for anything less then what she believes in. She sure as heck doesn't let anyone objectify her like she's just an object to be used. It's my favorito thing about her. She is very opposite to Aurora because she didn't want to take on her royal duties por marrying a prince. But unlike Aurora, jasmim didn't have a prince who loved her until later on. Her dreams of amor and romance were a little different. Being objectified por boys is not okay at all. The way she handled it was perfect. She is not a prize to be won!
They can't order me to stop dreaming.
cinderela is such a sweetheart. I know many people pergunta why she didn't just leave home. Well, if she had, she would have been homeless and that's not a good life to live at all. She knew life was going to turn around for her at some point so she took her "slave in her own home" living situation in stride. I believe the reason why she had so much kindness for the mice was because they were captured in cages. She knew what it meant to live in a cage. She didn't have the power to free herself and unlock her cage, so she empowered herself to do so for someone who needed freedom just as much as she did. She's not weak because she choose to stay. She's strong because she choose to stay. She didn't use Charming as a way to escape. If she had, she would have returned to the castelo or even stayed at the ball with him. She probably could have been a gold digger if she really wanted to, but it was a real love. His royal status and her leaving início was just icing on the cake. Her great escape wasn't leaving that house. Her great escape was leaving the negativity of her inner cage. I also amor that she didn't just leave the mice there as they were seen in the castelo in the segundo movie.