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Three-year-old Samara was told she shouldn't dress as Queen Elsa, "because she's black" and "black is ugly." The world steps up to brighten her day in the best way possible.
"My photograph ... was deliberately manipulated..."
A South Asian couture shop in Surrey, B.C. has combined the traditional with the whimsical in a new photo series that imagines Disney princesses as Indian brides. Well Groomed sells high-end Indian ou...
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We already know which Disney characters have celebrity doppelgangers but now we get to see what they would look like in real life thanks to one creative artist. DeviantARTist Karen Graw, who goes by t...
Trying to make everyone happy is a daunting task, especially when it comes to family vacations. Pleasing everyone on home turf can make your heart race, but taking that challenge on the road and figur...
If Carly Rae Jepsen's persona has always seemed a bit like that of a Disney princess -- in that she's spunky, wholesome and very well marketed -- the subtext has now risen to the surface. The B.C.-bor...
Happily Ever After? Not for Dina Goldstein, a Vancouver photographer whose work exploring the darker side of the Disney princess story is garnering international attention. In her "Fallen Princesses"...
When it comes to the debate around Disney's redesign of the heroine from Brave, the version of Merida with the bow and arrow is acceptable. The other Merida is the problem, the Merida decked out in the emerald gown with the sash and who applied some de-frizz serum to her hair and left the weapon of destruction at home.
Step away from the crown and pink frock, there's a new princess in town. Most of us can say they know a child who reigns as the princess of their home, but classic Disney princesses like Snow White o...