"Everytime we close 'Snow White, ' I look at my girls and ask 'Don't you think it's weird that Snow White didn't ask the old witch why she needed to eat the apple?"
That's definitely understandable. However, don't we get food from strangers all the time? "That Snow White?" Woods tweeted with a link to an article about Bell's interview. "You don't a young woman should ever live with seven unmarried, older diamond merchants who use obviously fake first names-and whose house you've broken into to take a nap and cleaned for some reason, do you?"
"There's a fear-based toddler-teaching book with Mr. Fox getting hit by a vehicle, his head bleeding and Xs on his eyes. Because you cannot kiss someone if they're sleeping", Bell said she tells her daughters.
But lessons of consent are just one of the actress' worries, which is why she always discusses the story with her kids after they finish reading.
"When you think rationally about "Snow White" and 'Sleeping Beauty, ' that tell of a 'princess being woken up by the kiss of a prince, ' they are describing sexual assault on an unconscious person", she wrote in Japanese, according to Fox News. We were going to - you know. "I have to feed it every day". Other times it's a good night kiss.
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While it doesn't sound like Bell outright bans stories like "Snow White" or "The Little Mermaid" like some parents, she's developed some habits to communicate with daughters about sensitive topics. She's implying that the Prince is doing something wrong in the story by kissing her.
However, Bell, 38, wants her daughters to question the morality behind such a plotline in a post-#MeToo-awareness world where consent is considered the most important factor between two people engaging in any sexual or romantic activity. But she said some parts of "Snow White" give her pause. You shouldn't try and save someone when they are in danger?
However, not everyone agreed with Kristen's sentiment, with one man taking to Twitter to argue: "Wow misinterpreted fairy tale".
What do you make of Bell's teaching techniques with her children? "Or the looney feminist Snow White Privilege confused about her gender, who majored in Lesbian Interpretive Dance?"