For years now, the Disney corporation has been bombarded with lawsuit cases dealing with the wrong messages sent to kids through Disney films. Although many of the cases made good points on where these sexual messages lay, they themselves never thought of what was the point of trying Disney.
When you were a toddler, did you ever said to your mother while watching the Lion King: “Look mommy, the rock looks like a dick!”(excuse the language) Obviously no. These kids never even grown their own pair of grapes, so how in the world will they reconize something like that? They would never, unless their first words was something sexual. They aren’t getting any bad messages through the movies. Even Toy Story was tried because Woody had loving relations with the Sheep Lady. What the duck?(keeping the language at moderate, again) Its a love story, who cares, the children aren’t robots, they know what love is, they say it to you every night. I doubt you’ll find it disgusting when your 5 year old girl tells a boy he is cute, which wouldn’t happen because at that time boys are “ewwy.”
Whoever tried Disney for such things, in my eyes, is an avarice parent who wants a quick buck. What’s next? Are these people going to accuse Aladdin of trying to smuggle suicide bombs? No child on earth, not even me, the 15 year old, discovered anything I wouldn’t show my future generations, why? Because the only thing on their mind is if the “Lady in the white dress who lost her shoe finds the boy,” not, “Is there a 12 way involved in Snow White?” Parents who try to degrade Disney seem not only greedy, but also paranoid with the images given to their children.
Note that these claims of sexual messages in Disney movies was only accomplished through screen by screen freezing, nothing else. The lawyers and accusers had nothing better to do than watch The Little Mermaid in slow mode just to see if the clam bras are acceptable for children. Also, as an extra note, Disney has never been involved with these “sexual messages.” What I mean is, that the time that he was around, he didn’t make cartoons with these “images.” He only did about three, one of them being Snow White.
Today’s society is so drunk with the thoughts of sexual themes that they have gotten as far as to accuse the Disney corp. of such a scandal. Although some cases are proven true, it was at the hands of one graphic artist who was fired afterwards, not by Disney himself.