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Tuesday, April 14, 2009

fuck disney

and all of the other tv channels and producers and people responsible for the perception grrrls aren't equal to boys

grrrls are MORE than hannah montana and princesses in pink (don't get me wrong. unlike some women i DO like the color pink but i also like black as well)

boys are more than davey crockett and skateboards as well

if we keep up these separations and stereotypes we're all in for the shite.

children to have minds of their own? to NOT depend upon a prince to save them? oh, it's why can't grrrls AND boys be interested in a science show or a math show or even just a comedy show that BOTH find they like to watch? there is NO reason EXCEPT for the almighty dollar. if we allow this to keep happening our grrrls will turn into addle brained submissive women. don't you want your grrrl children to be equal to your boy children? don't you want your grrrlok for a prince to be in the picture, but NOT as a saviour, as an EQUAL

Disney Expert Uses Science to Draw Boy Viewers
LOS ANGELES — Kelly Peña, or “the kid whisperer,” as some Hollywood producers call her, was digging through a 12-year-old boy’s dresser drawer here on a recent afternoon. Her undercover mission: to unearth what makes him tick and use the findings to help the Walt Disney Company reassert itself as a cultural force among boys.

Ms. Peña, a Disney researcher with a background in the casino industry, zeroed in on a ratty rock ’n’ roll T-shirt. Black Sabbath?

“Wearing it makes me feel like I’m going to an R-rated movie,” said Dean, a shy redhead whose parents asked that he be identified only by first name.


Ms. Peña and her team of anthropologists have spent 18 months peering inside the heads of incommunicative boys in search of just that kind of psychological nugget. Disney is relying on her insights to create new entertainment for boys 6 to 14, a group that Disney used to own way back in the days of “Davy Crockett” but that has wandered in the age of more girl-friendly Disney fare like “Hannah Montana.” ......

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