Around here, however, we don’t look backwards for very long. We keep moving forward, opening new doors, and doing new things, because we’re curious and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths. - Walt Disney

If you’ve never seen Meet the Robinson’s before, you really need too. The whole movie is based around the phrase “Keep Moving Forward” and how failing =/= failure. 

disney revival heroines, ranked from least to most rad:

10. anna. i love her, but her radness just pales in comparison. points for decking hans right in the fucking face.

9. rapunzel. kind of a generic heroine imo, but makes up for it with the frying pan and the arc about standing up to her abuser.

8. elsa. sick smokey eye. also played by idina menzel. that’s really all you need.

7. vanellope. tiny but brimming with sick burns.

6. judy. popped the weasel and by weasel i mean internalized racism.

5. tiana. honestly i think i’ve talked about her enough on this blog that i don’t need to explain.

4. honey lemon. will break your legs and take a cute selfie with your mangled body.

3. gogo tomago. rides a motorcycle, which is the only criterion that puts her above her tall chemist gf.

2. calhoun. handles her ptsd like a badass. bonus for the sick undercut.

1. moana. fuckin invented the zipline. you don’t beat that level of radness.


We as fans are guessing, who is the bad person?
Whilst Disney are more focused on “Why are they a bad person?”
Cause the strength of the surprise villains isn’t their surprise….

The fact that they have to be a “surprise” is their weakest aspect.

Quote by alphabaymax

  • what she says: i'm fine
  • what she means: calhoun's backstory was programmed in order to make her a tortured brooding hero type and keep her from ever being happy and she essentially spat in its face by finding love and making friends without her personality doing a complete 180 and without her mental illness being cured as part of her character arc she is so underrated