Disney has made strides towards diversity and inclusion in recent years, with their first Black and Polynesian princesses in and Moana. However, the Mouse still sometimes comes under fire lacking that reflect the of the average consumer.
That’s where @NeoqlassicalArt, or Crystal comes in. This artist aims to present each iconic as a through some . It’s well known that young and girls can suffer from worrying about their , though the problem is a bigger issue for women.
Crystal aims to give kids a . Any young will be able to look at their favorite and see and happiness through Crystal’s art. using the ever-popular
Let’s check out some highlights!
Esmerelda looks fantastic as she struts her stuff
The Hunchback of Notre Dame‘s Disney heroine could definitely star in a body positive and any will be able to connect with this beautifully drawn .
Ariel from The is an advocate for equality in all regards
Perhaps in response to Halle Bailey’s casting as Ariel, Crystal has drawn both Black and white versions of the . This not only aims to reaffirm that a lead can be plus size, but also Black, something have thankfully begun to embrace too.
and Aladdin look happy and confident
One of the best things about Crystal’s collection is that every looks at peace with who they are and what they look like. The of what means is vanquished and Crystal’s art teaches kids to find in all kinds of shapes and sizes.
The whole line up looks stunning
Every , , , and so many more are all here to make every know that their body is valid, no matter what size. looks simply gorgeous in this mash up of Crystal’s work.
What do you think of these body positive Disney princesses? Let us know in the comments below.