Just for fun, I wanted to draw some female Disney characters(from cartoon series) that were either the main characters of their own show(whether it’s named after them, or it focus’ around them), or shared the equal amount of screen time as the male main characters/had their own episode.
Maggie Pesky - The Buzz On Maggie(Main Character)
Kim Possible (Main Character)
Star Butterfly - Star VS The Forces Of Evil(Main Character)
Penny Proud - The Proud Family(She’s part of the Proud family so that makes her a Main Character)
Pepper Ann (Main Character)
Lilo Pelekai - Lilo and Stitch(Main Character)
Brandy - Brandy and Mr. Whiskers(Main Character)
Riley Eugene Daring- The Replacements(Sister of the Main Character/Main Character)
Ariel - The Little Mermaid(Main Character)
Sabrina Spellman - Sabrina The Animated Series(Main Character)
Mabel Pines - Gravity Falls(Sister of Main Character/Main Character)
Candace Flynn - Phineas and Ferb(Sister of Main Characters)
Sashi Kobayashi - Penn Zero: Part Time Hero(Friend of Main Character)
Bea Goldfishberg - Fish Hooks(Friend of Main Characters/Main Character)
Sylvia - Wander Over Yonder(Friend of Main Character)
If I left out any other show that has a main Disney female character or a female character who shares the same equal amount of screen time as the male main character; feel free to share nicely.
Longji Terrace, Chinae
.. Imagine training in a dojo like that, and having to run up and down the side of this grand mountainside to warm your muscles. Afterwards, you partake in Qigong for 45 minutes and then nestle in for a warm cup of tea and then meditate while listening to the chimes blowing in the wind. Ah..
Mary Ann Cotton (1832-1873) murdered an estimated 23 people in a twelve-year period. Including her three husbands, ten children, five stepchildren, and a sister-in-law. Cotton was hanged on March 24, 1873. Below is the Nineteenth century British nursery rhyme dedicated to her:
Mary Ann Cotton She’s dead and she’s rotten She lives in her bed With her eyes wide open Sing, sing, oh, what can I sing Mary Ann Cotton is tied up with a string Where, where? Up in the air. Sellin’ black puddings a penny a pair Mary Ann Cotton, she’s dead and forgotten, Lying in bed with her bones all rotten. Sing, sing, what can I sing? Mary Ann Cotton, tied up with string.