The most spineless Princess in the entire Disney universe.
Snow White had to run away because according to the mirror, she is more beautiful than the Queen. Snow White manages to escape death, and a group of friendly animals leads her to a house where seven dwarfs live. And what do you think Snow White is doing in the first place? It starts to clean up!
Cinderella is a woman who lives as a servant in her own house and who was forced to perform all the duties in a house that is probably about 185 square meters. to be Honest, Cinderella lives so far from the modern world that she must think that "feminism" is a new brand of detergent.
The only chance for salvation for her is to ask the fairy godmother for a pair of shoes, a beautiful dress, and go to the ball to pick up a rich guy who would save her from a miserable life. And since Cinderella is beautiful (Hooray!) she does manage it. She gets the Prince's attention even though she needs to get away from the party before midnight so that no one will know that she is so poor that her friends are a bunch of rats. As a result, everything ends well: what could be better than to run away with a guy with whom you have known for about 15 minutes and who (although he does not remember your face) has a Shoe that should fit perfectly on your foot to pull you out of the clutches of poverty!
Ariel has several strong qualities: she is a nonconformist, some things touch her, she is creative and constantly questions her father's self-confidence. But on the other hand, she gives up her main talent (voice) to be able to hang out with a guy she only saw for 2 minutes and didn't even talk to.
Most of her decisions aren't well thought out (maybe because she's only 16), and they have one thing in common: guys. She runs away to get rid of the guy (father) and performs certain actions to meet another guy (Eric). Well, that's all right, Ariel.
Belle is a cool girl: she is the only book lover in a small French town of the early 19th century (wow, she could have been a second Mary Shelley) who truly believes that a woman can be smart and live her own life. Belle has ambitions ("I Dream of different adventures, I want to learn a lot"), and they have nothing to do with marriage or family. Just watch her reject Gaston, the most beautiful man in the village!
After she voluntarily becomes a captive to save her father, she does not follow the Monster's instructions. On the contrary, Belle forces the Monster to change and behave like a well-mannered person, if he wants her to give him at least 5 minutes of her time.
Let's start with the main thing: isn't it cool for a Disney Princess to take a frying pan and use it as a weapon?
Disney adapted the classic tale of Rapunzel, in which the Princess, locked in a high tower, is rescued by the Prince, who climbs up there, climbing over her long hair. The end. But for Disney's Rapunzel, this is just the beginning. Locked in a tower, the girl plays chess, studies astronomy reads a lot, and learns to fight using her hair.
Yes, Rapunzel also ended up with the notorious "and they lived happily ever after", but it happened somehow by itself, she was not looking for a life partner on purpose. All she wanted was to get out of the tower and see the world. And so it happened that along the way, she found love as well.
What can I say about Princess Jasmine? When she first appears on the screen, she refuses to marry the guy who asks for her hand. In the next episode, she leaves the castle walls that press on her to see the world that lies beyond. And then she proves that she is not interested in the game "who has the longest", no matter how cool a Prince you are. Jasmine faces a classic Disney Princess problem: arranged marriage. As she says, " I Am not a prize to be fought for."
At the end of the cartoon, she forces the Sultan to change the laws in Agrabah so that she can choose her husband.
Tiana is an independent woman. She knows what she wants (her dream from the very beginning is to open her restaurant), and she works hard to achieve it (to make the dream come true, she works two jobs). All of Tiana's money is Hers and hers alone. Well, Yes, she falls in love with a frog... But the idea of the cartoon is that you need to fight for your happiness. And that you should not forget about your goals in life.