Although we may not realize it, Disney films impact our lives daily. Sure, they may be fairytales told to children, but sometimes the impact they make lasts longer than just a few years. Males are made to be dominant, women will always be the damsel in distress, there is no straying from the norm in a Disney movie. And even when the film does, it most likely means it won’t be a box-office hit. Take the movie “Brave” for example. This Disney film depicted a strong, female main character who wanted nothing more than to be a huntsman. There wasn’t any type of romance, the main character was powerful and fearless, yet “Brave” is probably the least remembered Disney movie of all time. Powerful women unaccompanied by romance do not sell tickets (sadly) even to a younger audience. This norm engraves itself into our heads at an early age so that it almost feels backwards when a woman takes charge or a man appears less masculine. Even now, even when people say with pride, “look at how far we’ve come,” it was still totally outrages to most to have a female president because a role of power is seen as a mans role. No, I’m not saying the Disney is the root of all misogynistic evil, but it definitely does not help.