First, I'm excited they made a black princess. I really am. But did anybody else notice that Tiana and her fairy godmother spoke in that stereotypical "ain't no" 'black' speak. Disney, if you're gonna get past racial differences for the first time, PLEASE don't still stick to stereotypes. If I was a black person and I didn't talk like that, I would probably feel offended. Like I said before though, I AM glad they finally made a black princess.
Anyway, they say now Disney has "finally become 100% integrated". Yeah right.
Now, Disney, you've made a black princess, and that's progress. But please, can you now break another stereotype and do a gay princess (or I guess that would technically be princesses)?
*sigh* I could rant about that all day, but now I have to go to the Great Wolf Lodge. Yay! :D