the isle of the lost’s kids:
are kind, polite, take a class to be "good people" without any fuss, help girls improve their look, take the shit everybody's says about their parents, try to fit for the sake of the comfort of all, are always apologizing for what they parents did.
be caREFUL!! those kids are DANGEROUS, they will end our land!!!!!
literally discriminate the isle of the lost's kids, are mean, never say anything nice about anybody, always blame villians children for they parents mistake, don't give a shit about other ppl feelings, marginalize those who are different from them.
our beautiful children <33 they are so GOOD people, always being nice and welcoming those in need, we must protect them
“Later, when the boys arrived, Carlos was dressed in a purple-and-yellow sweater and shorts that were too big for him. Evie was wearing one of Mal’s old T-shirts, holey jeans, and a pair of Mal’s old boots.” - Return to the Isle of the Lost, Melissa de la Cruz
This is by far my favourite moment in the entire book omg ♥♥♥
Mal is adorable and all but let's not forget what that book told us about her:
Mal got Evie locked in her house when they were seven until they were sixteen because Mal wasn’t invited to her birthday party.
Evie was pretty much afraid of her when she finally got out.
Mal called her Princess Blueberry for a while.
Carlos was terrified of Mal pretty much all his life.
Mal is the reason Carlos has a scar on his leg.
Mal forced Carlos to throw a party in his house while Cruella was gone.
Mal is almost a good a thief as Jay.
Mal practically cared about nobody but herself until she was 16.
Millions of little girls watched Descendants on Friday. Do you realize how important that is?
Millions of little girls heard Mal flat out say that she’d never had a boyfriend or been on a date, even though she’s sixteen, and realized they don’t have to check off romantic accomplishments by a certain age.
Millions of little girls saw Mal - self-proclaimed heartless tough girl - cry over losing everything she’d come to love and realized that tears do not denote weakness or invalidate strength.
Millions of little girls saw Evie be both a fashion expert and a science whiz, and realized they didn’t have to choose one or the other.
Millions of little girls heard Mal come right out and say, “You don’t have to play dumb to get a guy,” and realized being smart wasn’t a bad thing.
Millions of little girls saw Mal fight a dragon while wearing a ball gown and a tiara and realized that they didn’t have to choose between being tough and being feminine.
Millions of little girls saw Mal save her love interest from a dragon through fighting and magic - not a kiss or an “act of true love” - and realized that they could be heroes in the same way boys get to be.
Millions of little girls watched this movie, and saw that they could be strong like Mal and smart like Evie and beautiful like both of them, and that they didn’t have to chose which box to fit in.