You're picture is lovely and I completely 100% agree, but in the guidelines of my group I stated several times that only characters from Frozen, Tangled and Brave are allowed, meaning I can't accept this photo when Mulan is present. But I really do like your photo, and I completely agree.
Okay one, Elsa's a queen! Two, I'm pretty sure the only thing she even talked about pertaining to romance was the fact that you can't marry a guy after one day. Nothing else. Three, maybe Elsa didn't need a MAN to make her happy, but she did need a woman. So yeah, sorry Elsa, love you, but no. Anna on the other hand spent most of the movie fawning after one guy, then almost immediately went after another. So... -.- The only person in the movie that got anywhere near that message was Kristoff ladies and gentlemen, so you're argument is nulled by that alone.
Sorry about the rant, but that comment always gets me. Mulan was a much better feminine role model!!
I never heard anyone say that. It's the fact that she objects to her sister trying to marry someone she just met. Nothingelse. It's the only movie where someone openly says that/scolds this type of behaviour. Unless they did it in Brave, I didn't watch it. Mulan though never goes, I can't marry someone I don't know. She's just independant. The statement of this picture has simply gone overboard to what people actually say.
Lol pretty nice. One small thing to note though is that even though Disney Markets Mulan as a princess, she actually doesn't become one in her movie. The emporer offers her a place of power and she refuses it. She may get married to Shang, but he's a general, not a king; and though she would have a degree of power, it wouldn't technically give her 'princess status'. Not to say that Mulan wasn't independant as fuck, just saying that on technicality, she doesn't count.
This is hilarious! As much as I love Frozen, I feel like the fans still always forget that it wasn't the first movie to teach these lessons. However, Mulan did end up with Shang (cause 'you fight good' is so romantic, how could anyone not) in the second movie, I believe. And while Merida is in the Disney princess line-up, she is still technically Pixar but this is funny nonetheless!