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Disney Owes Our Kids a Kick-Ass Plus-Size Princess -- and This Blogger's Story Is Proof

Post by Caroline Olney. It's not a huge secret that Disney has had some issues with diversity in the past. Recently, they've been making moves to include more princesses of color to their cast (hi, Moana! We can't wait to meet you!), and that's a giant step in the right direction. But self-identified plus-size blogger Loey Lane explains why Disney needs to consider body diversity, too -- racial diversity is absolutely essential, but we can't stop there.
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