I'm still confused about the sexualization/tramp (group discussion or activity between like-minded individuals that validates mutual biases or goals in a non-confrontational environment) about all this. They really aren't that different. There are hundreds, if not thousands of far worse role models that are given passes daily. Besides, it's not like the princesses' merchandise hasn't always been about sexualization. If you really want to delve into this stuff, let's talk about the foot fetish from Cinderella, or the anorexia of Snow White--not to mention cohabitation with seven single males. Aurora is powerless without Phillip--she can't even be bothered to get up in the morning without his help. Belle is a sucker for domestic violence. Ariel and Jasmine are strong women, but still can't save themselves without men, and those bare midriffs mean they're just asking for trouble, right? Pocahantas is too easy, it was all said when the movie came out. Mulan is a transvestite. Yes, this is a bit ridiculous, but it's the same kind of thing as what's going on here. I'm guessing that this has a lot more to do with aversion to change than anything else. Hey, I understand. I think Mission: Space and Test Track are junk compared to Horizons and World of Motion. I think getting rid of Mr. Toad for the sub-par Pooh attraction was a travesty. However, without the closing of 20,000 Leagues, we wouldn't have had ToonTown and New Fantasyland wouldn't be. Some changes we like, and some we don't. For those we don't we just have to accept them and move on. Ok, you all can go back to your (group discussion or activity between like-minded individuals that validates mutual biases or goals in a non-confrontational environment) now.