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I’m in the Minority Who Actually Enjoys Disney’s ‘Turning Red’

It’s a film worth watching

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Disney is taking a lot of criticism for all kinds of recent creative and marketing decisions. The company appears to have changed its mind from delivering traditional timeless creative stories that are inoffensive and can reach all audiences for taking a stand and providing storylines that mirror real life.




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Happy Mom of 2 bringing you amazing tips on parenting, travel, & lifestyle with a touch of humor & sarcasm | 🐶 Mom | Founder of Publishous. Keep that smile.

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