Free e-book “What Disney Doesn’t Understand” demands more inclusiveness from the Mouse House

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We all love Disney, but Disney has got some explaining to do when it comes to major oversights such as:

  • No black animated prince
  • A Eurocentric focus on what constitutes a “princess”
  • No LGBT visibility
  • Hardly any major Pixar characters of color

etc., etc, etc.

My new e-book, What Disney Doesn’t Understand, however, does go into some of these issues.

What Disney Doesn’t Understand features several of my Disney-centric posts and puts them together in an easy-to-read and stylish format (if I do say so myself). The book also includes links to the original posts, which include more interactivity with tweets, Twitter moments, videos, and more. Check out some of the pages:

 

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I hope you enjoy the e-book!