Many critics say that Disney has been whitewashed. But many Disney fans do not agree with this at all.
Undoubtedly, hollywood and the entertainment industry are getting whitewashed. But some people also claim that Disney has also done the work of whitewashing their black characters. Promotes even more white skin complexion. But is this allegation true? Was Disney whitewashing its characters? These are some of the questions that everyone needs answers to. If you do not know what is whitewashing, then let us give you brief information. Whiteness is the practice of casting white actors in the characters of non-white actors. Some Tumbler users who are also big fans of Disney have gathered to prove this claim is not true. Whether or not Disney has whitewashed will remain a debate but these Tumbler users have a lot to say. You school them and study with your intellect then judge.
Do all Disney Princesses have typical fair skin, light hair, blue eyes, and wear glamorous gowns?
Disney did extremely well with making the animated princesses
Snow White had black hair, red lips, and white skin because it was originally a German fairytale.
People in Germany have white skin.
Cinderella was French and French people are white.
Walt Disney was a loving and kind man.
Princess Aurora was also French.
Ariel, The Little Mermaid.
The Little Mermaid fairytale is Danish and Danish people are white.
Belle from Beauty And The Beast.
Belle was the Frenchiest of the French and Beauty And The Beast was made in France
Jasmine from Aladdin
Jasmine was not white and she did not have light hair. She was Arabic and she looked like it
Our favorite Pocahontas
Pocahontas has Indian features. Where is the whitewashing?
Mulan is Chinese.
20 Tiana from The Princess and the Frog.
Tiana, the first black Disney Princess.
Rapunzel, the classic fairytale princess with golden hair and fair skin. Because it was a German fairytale.
Princess Merida from Brave
Princess Merida was a blonde, white girl because she was Scottish.