The stereotypes perpetrated through Cinderella marginalize and oppress those outside of the social norm. The fairy godmother was a complete stranger to Cinderella but luckily showed up in time to make her go. With the help of a fairy god mother and some mice, she transforms into a beautiful princess who captures the heart of a young handsome prince.
Then I tried dating a teacher, and he was neurotic like Woody Allen. The status quo becomes the standard by which all people are judged—male or female; black or white.
Perrault, however wrote his Cinderella as a well-mannered, docile, selfless women who would fit seamlessly with the ideal 17th century upper-class society.
When Spink and his troops arrive at the la Pochel residence, Dusty takes the slipper and leads them to free Cinderella. Simone de Beauvoir, The Second Sex As the folk tale has evolved from an oral tradition of storytelling to a literary tradition to film—Disney has monopolized the production and re-creation of the genre in its cinematic form.
This version stuck closely to the original fairy tale until Cinderella arrives home late from the second ball. In the end, Cinderella receives her wish of a better life when a handsome young prince comes to the rescue and sweeps her off her feet.
Character Differences Both versions embraced the character of Cinderella as a kind, humble, and optimistic beauty.
Cinderella also comes across a bit vain because when she was in the forest an old lady called her beautiful and she responded 'I know am so So I moved back to my home town of Paso Robles, CA, a cow town, and it was there that I met my macho man, a liberated one, and so we got hitched.