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Cinderella, believe it or not, is one of the Disney female leads considered "controversial." Some say that she is not a good "role-model" for young girls because she does nothing on her own to improve her situation, or even further the story. They say that she is the typical "helpless female" waiting around to be rescued by a man, wishing on a star so to speak. However, many argue that she is one of the Disney Princesses who shows the most strength of character, by remaining optimistic, cheerful, patient, and kind in the midst of such terrible circumstances. Always turning the other cheek, the "Golden Rule" incarnate. So, which is it? Is there a line, a grey area between kindness and gentleness and standing up for oneself?
Contributed by Alicia Kimberly Hauskins