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  • Disney's 'Frozen' spurs Japanese feminism
  • Disney's 'Frozen' spurs Japanese feminism
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Disney's 'Frozen' spurs Japanese feminism

Swapping the passive Disney Princess for two powerful female leads has helped Disney's Frozen become a global phenomenon. In Japan, where sexism prevails, the film's popularity has soared as it connects with a new generation of women.

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