Disney Princesses Continue to Fight Back

As the new administration continuously threatens women's rights, many have opted to peacefully protest with art.

As a result, many Disney Princesses have been reimagined in today's society.

First, we saw Maritza Lugo's original drawings where she hoped to create a call to action for new audiences.

Now, 27-year-old illustrator Amanda Allen Niday is marching with her gang of strong princess feminists who are fighting for their rights alongside women worldwide. All the princesses Niday featured have suffered under patriarchy and she sought to show that through her creations.

She writes: "Inspired by the Women’s March and my firm belief that these Princesses would be out there. Dream Big, Princess!"

Here are the powerful images she has created into one masterpiece:

Get to know MAKER Linda Woolverton — the Hollywood screenwriter known for "The Lion King," "Beauty and the Beast," and more Disney classics  in the video player above.

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