She mentioned "Snow White" as an example, stating that she was anxious about some of the lessons it could teach her daughters.
During an interview with Parents.com, Bell talked about reading with her daughters before bed, and brought up the subject of Snow White.
"Every time we close Snow White I look at my girls and ask: 'Don't you think that it's weird that the prince kisses Snow White without her permission?'"
'I say, "I would never take food from a stranger, would you?"
"I look at my child's brain like a hungry stomach", she added.
"When you think rationally about Snow White and Sleeping Beauty, that tell of a 'princess being woken up by the kiss of a prince, ' they are describing sexual assault on an unconscious person", she wrote in Japanese, according to Fox News. "Because you can not kiss someone if they're sleeping!"
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For those unfamiliar, "Snow White", also known as "Sleeping Beauty", is placed under a curse that can only be broken when her true love kisses her after an evil witch hands feeds her a poison apple. I'd be happy to send you copies and snow white and frozen, and you can see the differences. She awakens and they live happily ever after in his castle.
Whether by coincidence or cosmic irony, this just happened to be the week where actresses flash their feminist street creds by bashing Disney princesses. The story was made most famous by its 1938 film adaptation by Disney that features the kiss in question as the moment that saves her from her coma-like state.
What do you think about the backlash?
"I've had that feeling, and I want my girls to know that you're allowed to feel it", she said.
Bell will be pleased to hear, however, that "Frozen" is "huge" in the British star's household, as well as recent Disney films like "Moana" and "Finding Dory". On "The Ellen DeGeneres Show", Keira Knightley said she won't let her 3-year-old daughter watch "Cinderella" or "The Little Mermaid". "Don't. Rescue yourself, obviously", the actress said.
'I mean, the songs are great, but do not give your voice up for a man.