I'm talking about all of the movies and shows
And BACK UP YOUR REASONS
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Walt Disney had a very weird relationship with his mother, and one of the results of that was that he was fascinated with idealized "princess fantasies" which make up the core of most Disney (animated) movies.
But those princess fantasies are very warped and unrealistic, and set very unrealistic expectations for young girls that many carry with them all their lives. Some notable examples would be: princesses don't really DO anything, that they depend on men to "rescue" them from their unhappiness, that a "knight in shining armor" will come for them, and marry them, and they'll "live happily ever after."
While all of these are, at least, not-so-great, the last one is the worst. Many grown women, having grown up with Disney princesses (and specifically without the most modern ones) LITERALLY expect a husband and marriage to give them "happily ever after" - and when it fails to do so, they are first confused (and often take up new hobbies or charities or self-improvement), but, eventually, when they realize they still aren't totally and completely happy, they feel cheated and betrayed... and they blame their husband.
And quite often, the husband, who knows his wife is confused and frustrated at things no one really has control over, gets blindsided by an unexpected divorce, which is usually accompanied by a financial raping, egged on by her unhappy friends, in an unconscious effort to "pay him back" for failing to give her "happily ever after." I've seen this happen to people I know personally, and on at least two occasions, the women admitted to me that they initiated the divorce because "they weren't happy" but couldn't articulate any real reason for their unhappiness - but were convinced it was HIS fault somehow.
Most women naturally don't read other women's profiles on dating sites, but if you ever do, you'll notice that a surprisingly high percentage of those profiles use Disney Princess phrases like "I'm a princess and I expect to be treated like one" and "I'm looking for my Knight In Shining Armor" and "I want the Fairy Tale." These aren't 14-year-old girls posting this stuff, but rather women in their 30s and 40s! Any smart man would RUN from a woman who still has these ideas at those ages - yet there are far more than you'd imagine!1