Title: Miss Business
Fandoms: Princess and the Frog and Frozen
Characters: Tiana, Elsa, Charlotte
Notes: AU. The LaBouff’s new guest is unusual, exceedingly peculiar, and altogether quite impossible to describe. And blonde. Crossposted on AO3.
Since the Prince of Maldonia came waltzing into New Orleans last month, Tiana fancied herself used to visiting royalty. She’d never met the man, but with the way Lottie talked her ears off about him, she might as well have. Prince Naveen: wealthy, handsome, with an eye for music and pretty women. And pretty men, if the whispers passed between some of Tiana’s clientele were to be believed. But Tiana was no idle gossip. It didn’t matter what or who the layabout prince decided to fritter away his time with; he was in and out of New Orleans as soon as Mardi Gras was over. He left Lottie and her dreams of becoming a princess behind, and after that, well, between warm beignets and warmer words and Lottie’s wailing, Tiana didn’t have it in her to spare him another thought. “He didn’t deserve you anyway, Lottie,” She told her, hands on her friend’s shoulders, a sparkling tiara sitting on the bedside.
So, that was that for Prince Naveen, and when news came around about another royal coming to town, Tiana was relieved to see a queen on the front pages rather than a prince.
Can we appreciate the character-design in Twilight Princess for the ladies?
Look at them! They all look beautiful and so very different from each other.
What no Iza?
how could you miss the best one OP
Excuse you but I think we all know the best female design in that game
so i go and quietly disappear from tumblr for months and then suddenly frozen
honestly though i didn’t expect to like that movie as much as i did and then it just SLAPPED ME RIGHT IN THE FEELS
not to say it’s without its problems but
yay strong female protagonists who don’t need no man
yay for female friendships
yay for possibly queer-coded elsa
I’m so happy you are Anna, and I’m pleased that I am me.
I’m thrilled that you are Elsa, and I’m happy that I am me.
But even more important— we are happy we are WE.