In the wholesome world of Disney movies, it’s hard to believe that they have managed to include most, if not all sexual fetishes into their storylines. Casual sex innuendos aside, some of our favorite Disney characters are actually not as wholesome as they seem. Don’t believe me? Read on for a breakdown.
Necrophilia – In Snow White, necrophilia was showcased like it never has before. Upon finding an apparent dead Snow White in the middle of the forest, the handsome and brave prince proceeds to kiss her cold, stiff body. Leading kids everywhere to thing that’s perfectly normal.
Foot Fetish – In Cinderella, her prince had such an insatiable penchant for feet that he made his court parade around the entire town in search of the lady whose foot would fit into the glass slipper. Sure, it was romantic, but don’t try to tell me that wasn’t a full-fledged foot fetish at its best.
Bestiality – Leave it up to Beauty & The Beast to make bestiality look like a romantic fairy tale. Despite looking like a scary bull man, Belle finds it in her heart to look past the fact that he was a ‘beast’ and falls in love with him regardless.
Mile-High Club – Who says the mile-high club didn’t exist before the airplane? In Aladdin, Jasmine is taken for a romantic and wild ride on a magic carpet, proving that “making love” amongst the clouds was still very much possible.
Fish Fetish – Somewhere between bestiality and a fish fetish, The Little Mermaid proves that falling in love with a being that is half animal, half fish is in fact possible. After hearing about a man who liked to stick live fish up his butt, nothing phases me anymore.
Underage – In Mulan, they initially depict her character as a 16 year-old girl who was married to a man who was much, much older than she was. Sure, it was a lot more common back in the day, but considering we’re dealing with a Disney movie. This is actually quite disturbing.