“I also came here to say I couldn’t figure out why the White Rabbit felt bi to me and then realized it’s because he’s stressed out.”
If Disney wasn’t ready to explicitly represent a fifth of its young audience, they could’ve at least given Elsa a gal pal. I don’t need to see Elsa make out with the mysterious voice calling her to the next chapter of queer life, but lord did it have to be her mother?
Also: She-Ra reboot pictures finally, a new teaser trailer for Doctor Who, Cher and Meryl Streep smooching for some reason, Renee Montoya’s in Margot Robbie’s Birds of Prey, that damn Heathers reboot won’t die, Keira Knightley playing bisexual legend Colette, and I literally have no idea what this not-gay gay movie is with Blake Lively and Anna Kendrick.
Sing along to your favorite feminist jams from your favorite Disney princesses!
In honor of the Feminist Disney Sing-along at A-Camp, we’ve compiled this very important list. Where did you favorite Disney princess come out on the list?
You probably already know what the gayest DCOMs are, but do you think you know everything there is to know about these movies?
Alyson Stoner, who rose to fame through dancing in music videos and starring on the Disney Channel has come out in a beautifully moving and deeply vulnerable personal essay about falling in love with a woman.
Jessica Platt is the first out trans player in the Canadian Women’s Hockey League, Disney gal pal pairing you’ll freak out over, rare vintage photos of 18th and early 19th-century lesbians, 90-year-old lesbian veteran sues the U.S. Air Force, and lesbian herstory accounts you need in your life.
Whether your first girl crush was on Kim Possible (or Shego), Vanessa Hudgens, Raven Symone, the girl from Motocrossed or Demi Lovato, we all remember these movies as having way more queer lady content than Disney probably ever intended to put in there.
Disney’s been doing their dance to just enough for over 50 years.
One of my favorite parts of the movie is the reverence that Moana has for her ancestors and her culture, even while she pushes it and challenges it to embrace the future. This is a reality that many POC, especially queer ones have to deal with.
The star of the Disney Channel’s Shake it Off, a dance show co-starring Zendaya, answered a fan who sent the question “are you bisexual?” with a simple “yes.”
The dismal GLAAD studio index has inspired Frozen fans to campaign ambitiously for Elsa to get a girlfriend, Sense8 photos suggest a new girl-on-girl pairing in Season Two, Bad Moms looks awesome and other important stories!