134 Stockholm Syndrome: a Tale as Old as Time! (Beauty & the Beast Review)
What’s up, kids?! Callie and Nichole are back together in the studio, this week having a little fun critiquing Beauty & the Patriarchy, I mean, er, cough, Beauty & the Beast – Disney’s live action version of their timeless classic Stockholm Syndrome manual!
In This Episode
We break down how NOT feminist the new Beauty and the Beast live action remake is, despite Emma Watson’s claims to the contrary. Plus, a small announcement about the show!
Joke in the Middle
Why won’t anyone let Elsa hold the balloon?
Links and Information
- Cows Milk Can Now Be Advertised as Inhumane (Live Kindly)
- Plant-based Food Firm Daiya Bought for $325.97 Million by Pharma Company Otsuka (Food Dive)
Articles Researched for this Episode
- Love and Stockholm Syndrome: The Mystery of Loving an Abuser (Counseling Resource)
- Beauty and the Beast is a Pretty Film Disguising the Ugly Beast of Misogyny (QZ)
- Beauty and the Beast: Feminist or Fraud? (The Guardian)
- A Feminist Criticism Of Beauty And The Beast (Odyssey Online)
- Beauty and the Beast, Toxic Masculinity and Fake Feminism (Paste Magazine)
- Coming To Terms With ‘Beauty And The Beast’ And The Imperfect Feminism Of Disney (HuffPost)