*cracks knuckles* so i heard you think my favorite character is useless
When I suddenly can’t draw people, I draw creatures. So here’s the Last Unicorn.
i’m a little concerned that folks around here seem to have this idea that in order to be a “true” hispanic you must look a certain way
bambi’s mom’s death will always be sadder than mufasa’s death
there i said it
little living fairy land at OCF!
“Some men aren’t looking for anything logical, like money. They can’t be bought, bullied, reasoned, or negotiated with. Some men just want to watch the world burn.”
So is Honey Lemon the first Latina heroine in Disney? And is Gogo the first Japanese one? Why is no one talking about this?
there’s Yaya, from the Three Caballeros, who’s brazilian. But she’s not a main character so…
There’s Audrey Ramirez from Atlantis, who’s puerto-rican. Again, a side character, but…
Oh, there’s also Malina and Chicha from the Emperor’s New Groove, who are Incan Peruvians. (very rare to see because usually in american media when a character is latin they just put him as Mexican or puerto-rican or an unspecified country (i guess these people think that the character being “latin” is enough, like these dumb folks think that because we speak the same language we share the same culture lol no), Peru and peruvians need more representation in that regard)
I’m just hoping Honey Lemon is given an specified country of origen (an ACTUAL country, not an invented one like Maldonia) and she’s not just “merely latin”. Who knows, maybe she’s Spanish.at the end of the day (and Spanish folks themselves don’t appear much in American media- unless their women are spicy and sexy and all the men are romantic toreros)
Gogo is the first japanese disney lady, though, i can confirm that.