Most, if not all of these characters came about long before being “offended” morphed into a protected class in the United States, but this list goes a long way to showing how the decline of America seems to be in lock step with “oversensitiveness” of Americans. Can you believe that despite a large demand from collectors that would assuredly reap Disney a profit, it won’t even release Song of the South on VHS/DVD because it’s “uncomfortable making money off of it.” Seriously? Considering these are Disney characters that people find so much offense with, a line that seems appropriate from my youth is, “Sticks and stones can break my bones, but names will never hurt me.” If you’re someone who can find so much offense in a Disney character, do the world a favor: PLEASE get therapy. Don’t waste time getting it either.
The world of entertainment hasn’t always been as progressive as it is today. There was a time when the only roles available to actors of color where maids and house cleaners. But that’s not the case anymore, because occasionally they get to play a cop or a computer hacker. Hey, change takes time, dammit! Of course, one of the biggest perpetrators of regressive characters types was Disney. So in honor of that, we’ve put together a list of the 7 Most Offensive Disney Characters:
Siamese Cats, Lady and the Tramp
These cats are such a western stereotype of the “Oriental”, I wouldn’t be surprised if in the script's first draft all their dialogue was just "Ching Chong, Ching Chong". I guess at least we can be thankful they weren't also conjoined twins.
Ariel, The Little Mermaid
She's a materialistic woman with Daddy issues, who just wants more, more, MORE, despite already having an entire cave filled with crap from the land. Then, she gives up her an entire life to be with a guy she doesn't know at all, and hasn't even really met, but he’s attractive. What a role model!
This guy looks like he was drawn for an anti-arab propaganda pamphlet. And it doesn't help that Aladdin essentially just looks like a white guy who tans a bit.
Everything About Song of the South, Song of the South
A movie so uncomfortably racist, Disney has never released it on VHS/DVD, despite a large demand from collectors that would assuredly reap them a profit. That's right, it's so racist Disney is uncomfortable making money off of it.
Dejah Thoris, John Carter
Anyone familiar with Martians knows why this character is so INCREDIBLY offensive, so I'm not going to bother dwelling on it…
Jennifer Garner, The Odd Life of Timothy Green
It's offensive that any studio head thinks people are interested in paying to see the dullest actress on Earth. Also, I just wanted to get on the record how absolutely dumb this movie looks.
Jeffrey Dahmer, Dahmed for All Time
I think it's just offensive that Disney made a musical about Jeffrey Dahmer's life. 'Eating you is Easy 'Cause You're Delicious ' is just a tasteless, tasteless song, and is available on itunes now.
Are you an offensive stereotype instead of an actual human being? Let us know in the comments!
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