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Gender Roles and Fairy Tales

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Memnoich replied the topic: Re: Gender Roles and Fairy Tales

Son is 25+years old and pretty much 'free range' -- so there is no 'raising' to it anymore.    :obiwan

Free range, I like that, does that mean no preservatives added?

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Kol Drake replied the topic: Re: Gender Roles and Fairy Tales

An old thread with some great input!

Wonder how views have modified (or not) with the plethora of television shows having 'retellings of old classics with a new twist' -- such as "Once Upon a Time" and the movie, "Into the Woods"?

Are 'old fairy tales' now something 'hip' or are we so desperate for ANY form of identity that we are grabbing for that 'lost childhood' of empowerment stories?
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