Disney Princess Addicts Become Stronger Girls: New Data Flip Old Script
A new study flips the script on previous research about kids addicted to Disney princess movies, dolls, and memorabilia. They don't, as parents previously worried, turn girls into stereotypically weak females. In fact, the new data indicate that little girls who loved Cinderella and Belle grow into more egalitarian, stronger 10-year-old girls than their non-princess addicted peers.
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