If there’s one thing we love here at Soft Core Sophistry, it’s jumping on trends that ended years ago. And nothing says “wait isn’t that already played out” like visualizing Disney Princesses in a new way. 
We also had lots of pictures of doorknobs laying around. Behold a peek behind the curtains of the creative process!
Can you believe the 90s started over 25 years ago? Crazy, right?
But no matter how much time passes, anyone who came of age during that wacky decade will never forget it.
Here are 14 of our favorite memories from it. Don’t bother showing this to anyone who wasn’t there! They just won’t get it.
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I just saw the new Disney movie
Zootopia, a wacky retelling of 48 Hours but with more racism. It was enjoyable!
But it was also confusing in some regards, and when you start probing deeper, they all tie together in creepy ways.
Be warned: there are plenty of spoilers below.
The new Pixar movie
Inside Out is charming audiences across the country, raking in millions of dollars as fans rush to see it.
Coincidentally, the Supreme Court recently ruled that gay marriage was legal across the country.
While I would not go so far as to claim Pixar manipulated the timing of these events, it has been quite fortuitous for them.
Inside Out, you see, may be the first major animated film to have its main character be gay. Continue reading
Frozen again the other day and, at the risk of this turning into the Pretty Princess Blog, it’s time to find more hidden meanings in the Disney tale.
Last time we determined
the movie was full of gay propaganda. This time we’ll see if the movie features a chilling message about domestic abuse.
Because it totally does.
(Once again, there are plenty of spoilers with no warnings other than this one.)
Recently, my ladyfriend saw something online that greatly upset her. She read a review claiming the Disney movie
Frozen was spreading homosexual propaganda.
I have not read the review, but I have seen the movie, and now I will attempt to determine if that review is correct and my brain was poisoned by gay messaging.
SPOILER ALERT: The answer is yes.