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Published: Friday, May 17 2013 11:30 a.m. MDT

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Hutterite
American Fork, UT

Tempests DO occur in teacups!

Cleetorn
Fuaamotu, Tonga

That rumbling you hear is Walt turning in his grave at what has become of his brainchild company.

djk
blue springs, MO

when disney did this is was saddened. little girls do not need to see heroines glammed. please disney you create good heroines stop messing with that. stop the low cut fronts, skinny waists, perfect hair. Merida is a good idea ... she isn't perfect, she enjoys life and wants to be good at archery. her hair is wildly fun, dress not cut low . little girls need to be reminded 'be your best self'. not what the world screams 'be fake'

xert
Santa Monica, CA

Disney is nothing but a corporate coward and when the people speak in a strong voice, they tend to cower in a corner and say, "tell us what you want us to do."

Mister J
Salt Lake City, UT

& look @ the serious moral nosedive that society has taken since 1923 when Disney studios were founded.

We can't blame everything on the creation of the Federal Reserve can we?

Wally West
SLC, UT

to Mister J

Disney is the evil empire??

justagirl
LEHI, UT

Seriously....the princesses that Disney has created are fairy tales... Finally, a character that most women and girls can relate to because she is more REAL. Don't blow this one. I'd rather have my girls patterning their lives after a more realized heroine than a fake dream.

airnaut
Everett, 00

By the same token....

Where's the "outrage" over the expectation that every little boy needs to grow up to be a Handsome Prince, extremely wealthy, and is expected to make the little girl live happily ever-after?!

Another Perspective
Bountiful, UT

I actually thought the new princess wasn't as cute as the old. I like the black dress and bow and arrow of the old one.

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