Disney. A word that connotes childhood enjoyment, its messages of love and happiness influencing us for the better. This is exactly what Disney would like us to believe. Despite what they say, there is a sinister side to this innocence. Its messages have been corrupting our poor, unsuspecting children. How beauty is imperative in order to succeed in life; how only the beautiful can achieve their own ‘happy ending; how people who are less than ‘perfect’ are dark and evil. How can anyone truly feel comfortable with themselves, when such horrifying messages have subconsciously consumed our minds?
We are all being duped, being influenced into worshipping Disney; what child in this world can claim not to have watched or heard of Disney? But this corruption does not stop at DVDs. It continues to emerge in toys, clothes, furniture, even technology. It has taken over our lives. Young children are being preyed upon by scavenging eagles rampaging for money from our naive purses; Disney’s annual revenue for 2012 was $45 billion, insinuating how much a childhood depends on Disney’s merchandise. With intellect such as yourselves, you must see the ulterior motives of Disney, but most importantly, the detrimental effects this is having on our young children.
Prejudice and sexist views are being embedded into the innocent minds of today, continuously influencing their thoughts and processes. Does this seem fair to you? To allow this company the right to poison young, ignorant minds is revolting. The protagonist from the childhood classic ‘Cinderella’, for example, is subliminally portrayed to have a lack of independence and aspirations for her life. According to Cinderella's creators, a women's main duty is to slave for people of higher class by performing derogatory tasks. However can we expect sexist views to disappear when they are being promoted through children's television. When she at last breaks free of this ridiculous stereotype, she is not saved by her own...
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