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Scene begins with a little girl who is pointing at a t.v. of a Disney Princess saying "Mommy, mommy I want to look like her when I grow up!
Mother tells daughter to turn the t.v. off. She then explains to her daughter that the bodies of Disney Princesses are unrealistic and conform to a term called "the male gaze"
The mother then takes her daughter to a bookshelf and takes out a book called, The Oppositional Gaze by Bell Hooks
The mother then summarizes the book to her daughter and explains to her that she is perfect the way she is.
The daughter asks, "Mommy, mommy! Are Disney movies the only place that the male gaze happens?
The background goes dark and zooms in on the mother with her arms cross, as she prepares to drop more knowledge.
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