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#18 - pappathethird
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I guess you can say she's a little ogreweight
#62 to #18 - afroadam
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#131 to #18 - flomosho
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#23 to #18 - matibh
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#13 - anon id: 7a071466
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And I want a transgendered princess
User avatar #134 to #13 - steelwoolsheep
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we dont need a ******* transgender freak princess, shut the **** up holy ****.
#72 to #13 - anon id: eb2941ae
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I knew it, we give the gays rights and now suddenly transgendered people want rights, what's next? Pedophiles? "But it's natural! I can't help that I love children! I was born with it!" You people make me sick.
#129 to #13 - flomosho
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#49 to #13 - gingerjew **User deleted account**
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#14 to #13 - justleaving
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You called?
User avatar #34 to #13 - murdocnlccals
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I agree.. The trans* community should be represented more in the media in a positive way.
#51 to #34 - dilophosaurus
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User avatar #54 to #51 - murdocnlccals
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How?
User avatar #57 to #54 - dilophosaurus
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don't open or get pissed off Trannies are COMPLETELY unnatural. It's ****** up. No I'm not talking about god or ****, its literally unnatural. If you happened to be born with it, it would be a birth defect. Chromosomes aren't meant to be switched.
User avatar #93 to #57 - murdocnlccals
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I respect your opinion, even though I dont believe in it. To each their own I suppose. Im trans, myself, so I guess my opinions are more skewed to the acceptance of trans people, but I'm not going to get butthurt over someone elses opinion. Freedom of speech amiright.
#162 to #93 - anon id: 1086df8b
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usually they pick which genitals that work as a trans gender. it is considered as a birth defect,like extra fingers are
#142 to #93 - anon id: 69d55553
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What so you like to pretend that you are the opposite sex? Good for you. I like to pretend I am Batman sometimes. You are who you are. Transgendered is an excuse people use to escape reality. Gays really need to distance themselves from you folks if they want to be accepted. They are normal people. "trans kiddos" are not.
#127 to #93 - anon id: 978c4336
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One day you will go down in history as the first and finest person to ever have your jimmies rustled with a smile on your face. Though I am on the other guys side, you handled our opinion like a saint. Thank you for being a decent human being.
User avatar #79 to #57 - fuckingtrolls
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^
User avatar #90 to #57 - steelwoolsheep
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THANK YOU!
#143 to #34 - anon id: 69d55553
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Just like the furries.
User avatar #60 to #34 - xsnowbanex
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There is WAY to much controversy for any type of media to take that kind of leap. The best you're going to see for a while is going to be the extreme hatred of trans-genders on shows like Law & Order where people murder or strongly discriminate. This way it shows people how the hatred of trans-genders is unjust, but other than that it's not going to happen.
#58 to #13 - acetrainer
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You called?
User avatar #94 to #58 - murdocnlccals
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How did I forget about Mulan??
#15 to #13 - mrgoodlove [OP]
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He/ she is more of a queen
#35 - gameshredder
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"We need a fat princess so I can feel better about being fat"
"We need a fat princess so I can feel better about being fat"
#73 to #35 - sursum
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#76 to #35 - lyiat
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#113 to #35 - evebishop
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User avatar #37 to #35 - jaysnk
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Thers a gif already?
User avatar #38 to #37 - gameshredder
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Yes.

Because I made one.
User avatar #46 to #38 - puns
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also i stole the **** out of it
User avatar #44 to #38 - puns
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nice work
#137 to #38 - ncsutroll
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as soon as i watched that today i had a feeling that a GIF would pop up. good work sir
User avatar #39 to #35 - mrgoodlove [OP]
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"You're not fat, you're easy to see"
#59 - mikepetru
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It really bothers me when people complain that we need overweight/other ethnicities/homosexual/etc. protagonists in Disney/Dreamworks/etc. movies because children of other ethnicities/sexual orientations can't relate to them. They are essentially stating that a person needs to look like the heroes in order to aspire to be like them. Traits like courage, loyalty, compassion, etc. are not exclusive to any one race/sexual orientation/etc. It is this type of thinking and instruction to children that allows racism/bigotry to continue to exist. I dream of a world where what a hero looks like isn't grounds to devalue their importance as a role model to my future children.
#108 to #59 - kingpongthedon
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"They are essentially stating that a person needs to look like the heroes in order to aspire to be like them"

It shouldn't be that way, but it is. It's basic human psychology, it's easier to relate to people on one thing if we relate to them on other things. As a result movies with white leading roles tend to earn more money, which in turn lowers the chance of a minority getting a leading role. It's still institutionalized racism, even though it's not intended. Furthermore, race still has major cultural connotations, it's not just how dark you are. By being whatever race you are, it's assumed that you are a part of that culture, true or not. It's not just race that we see this, it's the same thing with the Hometown Hero; "If he went through what I went through and made it, then I can make it too". It just so happens that 70% of Americans are from the same "hometown" in this analogy.

"Traits like courage, loyalty, compassion, etc. are not exclusive to any one race/sexual orientation/etc"

Then it shouldn't be portrayed that way, simple as that. For last year's top grossing movies, we don't get a non-white leading role until 28th place, with The Butler. Even there, he's a butler, the entire premise is that he's less important than the people around him.

Honestly, how many minority movie stars can you name off the top of your head? I've got Morgan Freeman, Will Smith, and Denzel Washington. Now how many white stars can you name? I'm not saying you should be able to say as many minority stars as white, after all the point of being a minority is that there aren't as many, but it's still far from proportionate.
#138 to #108 - gloriousthighs
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Exactly, as how I can't get into porn as much if it's a black dude going a white girl, same applies to a white bald dude, takes away the ability to relate.
#109 to #108 - kingpongthedon
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Again, I don't think it's intentional, but it's still wrong for us to say we're equal, when we clearly aren't in something as fundamental to American society as our TV & movies. If you want to live in a world where "what a hero looks like doesn't devalue their importance" then prove it: Go buy a ticket starring somebody who doesn't look like you. Prove Hollywood wrong, prove that you don't care what the star looks like because right now Hollywood is pretty damn sure that you do.
#141 to #59 - nonanonnon
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Apparently a lot of people were convinced Legend of Korra would flop just because the main character was a girl, and suddenly it couldn't appeal to guys anymore.

That'd only be true if the girl was poorly written and spent every second of screen time gossiping about boys or shoes.
User avatar #158 to #59 - guymandude
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I agree with you partially. That being said, there have been studies done on the effects that a character's race on television/ in movies has on kids. Apparently, while kids can still learn lessons like the ones you described, children do make mental associations based on the skin color of certain characters. When the majority of characters a child sees are of a single race (which is how it is in this country right now; a majority of television characters are white), they will begin to consider other skin colors as odd. And they will make the connection that if they share that "other" skin color, they must be weird or abnormal.

The study was very interesting - it involved children 6 or under I believe, and they used barbies for the girls to reference. That doesn't help visualize it much, I know, so I will try to find a source for you if you want it.
#123 to #59 - pkrbarmovie
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You're right. Literature requires empathy, not sympathy.
User avatar #139 to #59 - kinginyellow
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What gets me about some of these heroes is the difference between fat and obese. Yes they should show it's ok to be plus size, I'm fat but I at least eat healthy, and I say that physical activity and healthy food only matters (within reason). I cannot stand when people use a bigger person to justify sitting on their asses and eating nothing but greased fats all day because of that character, pisses me off.

And also realism gets it for me with heroes. No person who isn't somewhat fit can do what the people in movies do, even if it is exaggerated. You can't be like Jack Ryan or Jason Brody without physical effort.
#7 - RedHulk
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**RedHulk rolled a random image posted in comment #89 at Warm hugs ** I think they should have made fiona's tits bigger..
User avatar #8 to #7 - mrgoodlove [OP]
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That's the thing with fat chicks, the fat goes to their stomachs not their tits. If it went to their tits, they probably wouldn't be as fat
User avatar #116 to #8 - kanaka
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i like this logic
User avatar #87 to #8 - thesinful
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Cruel Irony: Fat chick with small tits.
I know it's probably more coincidental than ironic, **** you.
User avatar #29 to #8 - danniegurl
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That's not always true. I know some bigger girls and I'm a but chubby, and we still have big boobs. I don't even lose my boobs when I lose weight either.
#52 to #29 - RedHulk
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**RedHulk rolled a random image posted in comment #7754494 at Safe For Work Random Board ** how big are your boobs?
**RedHulk rolled a random image posted in comment #7754494 at Safe For Work Random Board ** how big are your boobs?
User avatar #53 to #52 - danniegurl
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34 dd. in one of my bras, ddd, but idk if that's just because it's strapless or not.
#55 to #53 - RedHulk
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**RedHulk rolled a random image posted in comment #3 at You know shit is getting real ** Picture?
#69 to #55 - danniegurl
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This is most recent, but the corset affects things.
#67 to #55 - danniegurl
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Here's another from last year
#92 to #67 - RedHulk
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**RedHulk rolled a random image posted in comment #74211 at PARTY CONTAINMENT CHAMBER. PARTY OR DIE. YOU CANNOT LEAVE ** I didn't i would get pictures lol Very beautiful =P
User avatar #96 to #92 - danniegurl
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it's not like I'm naked or something, so no big deal. Just facebook pictures.
#97 to #96 - RedHulk
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**RedHulk rolled a random image posted in comment #20 at GTA Photo Comp. Pt. 3 ** Indeed. *sips at tea*
#128 to #97 - keybladewarrior
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Not sure if Sweet roll or great roll. Either way, this is going somewher I like.
#140 to #97 - anon id: 25d0faf6
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The man needs more thumbs down! For Science!
User avatar #95 to #92 - danniegurl
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lol, thanks.
#130 to #95 - RedHulk
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**RedHulk rolled a random image posted in comment #78124 at PARTY CONTAINMENT CHAMBER. PARTY OR DIE. YOU CANNOT LEAVE ** I didn't know**
#66 to #55 - danniegurl
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I don't take too many full body pictures, so this is a bit old. I'm about the same, but 10 pounds lighter now.
User avatar #36 to #29 - mrgoodlove [OP]
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Well it's not always the case, but c'mon how many big girls have you seen with equally big boobs? I bet it's not as many as the big girls that should be in the itty bitty titty committee.
User avatar #40 to #36 - danniegurl
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Honestly, MOST of the bigger girls I know have big boobs.
User avatar #41 to #40 - mrgoodlove [OP]
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Okay, are we talking big as in a little chubby or borderline jabba the hut? Because I'm talking about jabba sized girls
User avatar #42 to #41 - danniegurl
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Yeah, I'm talking the really big ones too. And I apparently have high standards for big boobs because Catwoman in Arkham City didn't seem to have all that big of ones to me, but they did according to my professor and other people.
User avatar #43 to #42 - mrgoodlove [OP]
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Hmm it must be something in the food over there. And I thought catwoman's boobs weren't that big either, perfect size IMO.
#88 to #36 - anon id: 2ababacf
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5'9" and 160lbs here. 36DD plus sized and I got tig ol bitties.

Posting as anon cause you know.
User avatar #114 to #88 - mrgoodlove [OP]
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I love tall girls! Btw 5'9 160 lbs doesn't sound very plus sized
#10 to #8 - RedHulk
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**RedHulk rolled a random image posted in comment #2 at fat cat ** I just want to see some big fat green orge titties...made by disney...it's an odd fetish..
#11 to #10 - mrgoodlove [OP]
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**mrgoodlove rolled a random image posted in comment #35 at Dear funnyjunk. ** that's quite the specific fetish you have there
**mrgoodlove rolled a random image posted in comment #35 at Dear funnyjunk. ** that's quite the specific fetish you have there
#12 to #11 - RedHulk
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**RedHulk rolled a random image posted in comment #62 at Shoes ** I keep calling disney and throwing some ideas around about making some animated xXx movies but they wont return my calls...
#24 - hybredmoon
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You need to stop watching Disney movie marathons and get some ******* exercise instead of bitching about a cartoons waistline.
You need to stop watching Disney movie marathons and get some ******* exercise instead of bitching about a cartoons waistline.
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#71 - habanaro
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This is just like all this **** all over pinterest about how Frozen is the first Disney film that taught  'the first man isn't always the right man'.    
Cause **** Enchanted, Hercules, and Pocahontas, right?
This is just like all this **** all over pinterest about how Frozen is the first Disney film that taught 'the first man isn't always the right man'.
Cause **** Enchanted, Hercules, and Pocahontas, right?
User avatar #75 to #71 - lyiat
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Hercules? Are you counting the centaur or something? She was seducing him into Hades army, not actually trying to be with him.
User avatar #83 to #75 - DrollHumor
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No, Meg's backstory for being Hades' minion. She sold her soul to save her boyfriend's life, and then he dumped her for another girl. Hence she was anti-guys and love.
User avatar #81 to #75 - habanaro
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It's not shown on screen really Hades brings it up with some smoke and stuff , but Meg does say she works for Hades because she sold her soul to save her boyfriend-- who then ran off with another woman.
User avatar #84 to #81 - lyiat
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... OH! Right. I'm not entirely sure if that's one of the larger themes of the movie, though. Enchanted and Pocahontas are right on, though.
User avatar #85 to #84 - habanaro
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Well, depends on what you consider the larger themes of Hercules to be. 'Won't Say I'm in Love' is a pretty big song in the film, and Hercule's dedication to Meg (and her trust issues) are large parts of the film.
User avatar #117 to #71 - teoyuppie
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Is Beauty and the Best considered this too?
User avatar #122 to #117 - habanaro
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I don't know, because Belle never really considered Gaston. Pocahontas at least considered a life with the other dude (not even gonna try to spell his name), Meg for sure dated the one dude, and Giselle was 'in love' with the first guy.
User avatar #78 to #71 - thebestpieever
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Well, to be fair... Enchanted is often thought of as not a "disney film" outright because it's not animated. The man in Hercules was not shown and Pocahontas kinda blew so most people don't take it into account.

Not saying I agree (or even care about Frozen) but I can see why people would think that.
User avatar #91 to #71 - theguniaofdoom
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The hunchback of Notre Dame...
User avatar #20 - Maroon
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we don't NEED a fat princess. Insecure fat women WANT a fat princess
User avatar #22 - landartheconqueror
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why, exactly, do we need a plus size princess?
i'm so sick and tired of this thin privilege, fat-whining bull ****
#56 to #22 - privilege
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heard you were talking ****, bruh?
#63 to #56 - landartheconqueror
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sorry, i didn't mean it!
User avatar #98 to #22 - emokoneko
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I've gotten **** for being underweight, and it's just them stating their opinion; but if I said the same type of thing to an overweight person, it would be bullying and hate-speech.

Seriously, I don't even care about the eat something/too skinny/etc comments really...but it's not cool to bring **** like cancer and the Holocaust into it. Sadly, not joking.
#31 - thebellboy
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Sorry shrek but your wife is Ogre Weight