vintage disney, shitpost, except not really, trans feels
Disney's "The Sword in the Stone" (1963) contains the antagonist Madam Mim. A self-deprecating "ugly old creep", Mim nevertheless appears for less than the length of a verse in her own song as "beautiful, lovely, and fair", a form in which the NSFW Internet adores and loves her, while her true appearance goes almost unrepresented in the same. This reflects the duality of image many trans femmes, especially sex workers, are subjected to by others and occasionally themselves in order to survive and/or battle dysphoria. In this essay I will
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