In case you haven’t been paying attention lately, we live in a fairly misogynistic world. This extends from real life to the media we consume. And while women have long been allowed by society to emulate men, both in real life and in popular culture (see: Supergirl, Batgirl, Spider-Woman, etc.), how many male characters are allowed to emulate powerful women, and follow in their footsteps?
Sadly, the answer to that question is “almost none.” I’m
Desde pequeño siempre me han gustado las Princesas de Disney más que cualquier otra cosa. En Carnaval nunca pude disfrazarme de una porque “son para niñas” y como buen millennial que soy no podría estar más en desacuerdo, así que he preparado esta serie de niños disfrazados de princesas de Disney 💕✨ ¿Cuál es tu favorito? ✨ #disneyart #disneyartwork #lasirenita #illustragram #girlsinanimation #sketchathon #characterdesigner #genderbend #memoaponte #drawinggrid #ohmydisneyla
Case in point: 23-year-old Venezuelan artist Frank Figueredo, who we learned about via
So Figueredo took it upon himself to design a series of illustrations, imagining what boy versions of the famous Disney princesses would look like….and they’re
And his warrior versions of Disney princesses are just as amazing. Said Figueredo, “My goal was clear, to tell everyone that princesses are not just girls’ things, we can all admire their inspiring stories and their beauty of soul.” Here’s hoping Figueredo’s art inspires even more like him to come out of the woodwork.
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