Merida is known for breaking the princess archetype. She shows that not all princesses are girly and frilly, and like Ariel, she shows that the seaweed is always greener on the other side. Girls dream of being mermaids, and Ariel shows that from a mermaid's perspective, being human can be just as intriguing. Likewise, girls dream of being a princess, and Merida (and also Jasmine) mostra that being a princess is harder than it looks.
What I also see in Ribelle - The Brave is that Merida is not only the anti-princess princess, but she is the anti-tomboy tomboy as well. Merida has "manly" interests like archery...
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Anyway, here's my princess ranking!!
Anna-banana is cute, but I just like the others more. :P
I don't like how Cenerentola doesn't really stand up for herself! Yeah she shows a good work ethic, but damn girl! Put that backbone to good USE! That being said, she's really pretty except for her hair during the ball. Like what is UP with that headband??
I find that Snow has the opposite problem as Elsa: she is frequently just typed as a sensor (because te know, she's all traditional and not adventurous and likes to cook and all that boring sensor stuff, right?). There's a lot of bias and stereotyping with MBTI fans, and I used to be guilty of it too (OK, sometimes I still am). though to be fair, I think Snow IS a little underdeveloped in ways, so she could really be interpreted either way. However, I'll explain why I think she uses Ni over Si.
Extraverted Feeling (Fe): No doubt about it, Snow White is warm, caring, and a social butterfly....