Just when you think that popular (progressive) culture could not get any more ridiculous, it does.
Actress Kristen Bell has suggested that Prince Charming is probably guilty of sexual assault. How so? He didn’t ask Snow White’s permission to kiss her and thus break the spell that kept her in enchanted sleep!
While reading to her children, Bell adds helpful, insightful, critical analysis:
Don’t you think that it’s weird that the prince kisses Snow White without her permission?” she said she asks her daughters. “Because you can not kiss someone if they’re sleeping!
Fathers, mothers, grandfathers, grandmothers, aunts, uncles, and babysitters beware! No more kissing sleeping children, lest you be accused of pedophilia.
By extension, if it were up to Bell, then Snow White would be doomed to remain asleep forever, or at least until science finds a way to contact an unconscious mind so a potential kisser could ask permission before delivering the magical kiss that wakes her.
But wait! Can one trust that an enchanted mind is ever fully capable of giving permission? We’re told that women who are intoxicated by alcohol or drugs are mentally incapacitated and so are incapable of giving permission for sexual activity. Therefore, any sexual activity is automatically assumed to be criminal (on the part of the male, that is).
But wait! Didn’t Snow White willingly eat that apple?
So now we’re blaming the victim? Repeat after me:
Men are responsible; women are not.
What lesson can children take from an updated version of the story of Snow White?
That it’s better to remain in a permanent vegetative state than to be kissed without your permission?
What’s going on below? Enquiring (perverted or progressive) minds should want to know:
Note the little guy in the foreground, taking off his clothes. Yikes!