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Earlier this week an idea randomly popped into my head that I should make an makala on characters with the prettiest eyes and here it is! It's made up of different eyes and unlike my beautiful eyes orodha with famous people that mostly has guys, this orodha mostly has has ladies. (Probably because they use many different shapes for women).

10) apple Bloom

I was thinking about putting apple Bloom as a usual pony, but I thought it would only be fair to use humans and she IS human in the movies. Ha! Anyway I upendo apple Bloom's eyes because not only are they machungwa, chungwa which is a cool and unusual color (I upendo unusual colors btw), but they also remind me of an ombre sunset which is amazing! Seriously two tone eyes!

9) Cinderella

I personally think that the classic Disney era had some of the best eyes because the female characters had proportional eyes then. I think Cinderella's icy blue color is really cool and mlozi eyes are my inayopendelewa eye shape. In the DP franchise she is shown with smaller eyes compared to the other princesses which makes me upendo them even more.

8) Naveen

I'm not sure if Naveen's hazel eyes are supposed to be hazel au tan, but they really pop with his tan skin with a special sparkle to them.

7) The Evil Queen

Unlike most people, I think narrow eyes look much better on women. (I hate the big eyed look) The queen's menacing, intimidating chokaa green eyes match her character. The dramatic make up compliments them making them look even zaidi intense.

6) Jasmine

I know I contradicted myself kwa having Jasmine's "alien eyes'', but with Aladdin's cartoonish style, I can overlook that. I've always loved Jasmine's pretty brown eyes and I actually think she has the prettiest eyes of all the Disney princesses. Her eyes have such a pretty shape to them. They're not really almond, but upturned. She's got beautiful eyelashes to and I upendo a good pair of eyelashes.

5) Esmeralda

Just like Naveen,her eyes pop with her darker skin. Not only are her eyes are a beautiful zumaridi, zamaradi green color, but I upendo how they look glassy like they are made out of porcelain. It may be creepy to some people, I think it's beautiful. She's got some thick, long, dark eyelashes which is rare to see natrually in real women. In real life, men have prettier eyelashes than women and it's not fair haha.

4) Opal

I usually don't care much for for green eyes, but there are times when they can be one of the most beautiful eyes I've seen. Take Opal for instance. Her distinctive eyes really stand out and she's got pretty eyelashes. Her eyes are gorgeous! They look like spring green jewels.

3) Eska and Desna

Just like the Evil Queen, their narrow eyes match their personalities. Their eyes are also a unique color I would add.Normally narrow eyes don't have a lot of detail to them, but I can see the shininess and coldness in their eyes. The twin's eyes are the polar regions put into a characters eyes. It's also the closest thing to grey eyes which is one of my inayopendelewa unusual colors.

2) Megara

Another one of my inayopendelewa unusual colors are purple eyes. I upendo purple eyes! Such a beautiful color that wewe don't see in real life. Megara has one of the most unique eyes in animation, especially for a zaidi modern heroine. I upendo the shape of Meg's narrow eyes and they fit well the Hercules' angular designs. Meg may have a lot of flaws in her design, but I can forget about that and just be mesmerized kwa those spectacular eyes. heshima to whoever designed her!

1) Eren Jaeger

Seeing Eren really took me kwa surprise, one look he's got me hypnotized, I can't help but fall in upendo with those eyes. Seriously though, I can't get over how gorgeous Eren's eyes are! Their pretty blueish green color are only a small part. I just upendo how expressive, sizable, and detailed they are. Ironically, I like it when guys have bigger eyes opposed to girls. Eren's eyes add zaidi to his cuteness and my ujumla, jumla upendo for his design. I usually don't care about anime eyes, but damn Eren's eyes really are something special. Many people are fond of his eyes.

Clip to the upcoming 2018 film Smallfoot.
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wewe know me, always making makala about people of color and their representation in media, specifically animated media for children. So I decided to focus on indigenous representation and which characters are good and bad representation in fairly well-known movies. This isn't in any particular order either.

For this list, I chose heroines that have heritage from a country that is predominantly industrialized because of the conquest of a foreign culture. Mainly tribes where they no longer speak their original language and there race is no longer the majority even though they are the natives...
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Dedicated to UnholyNoise, who has patiently waited for some PoE MBTI posts for a long time!

Extraverted Feeling (Fe): Miriam is above all else, sympathetic to the plights of others. Her own situation looks very bleak and hopeless but she still feels for others. Moses hurt her, and she still forgives him and is willing to give him upendo and encouragement. She is frank and outspoken in every situation ("Aaron, wewe shame yourself", "Ask the man wewe call Father!"). She wants to help others and rather than making decisions based on personal values as a Fi user would, makes them based on what...
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I thought with the many claims of lack of representation in children's films as a PoC I should take it upon myself to bring some underrated sinema of different cultures to light. Granted not all of these are necessarily children's films, but they are all animated and I personally think every kid should see them.

I have each ethnicity I could think of and animated sinema where that ethnicity is well-represented. I want to build on this so if wewe don't see your ethnicity here please tell me, I want as many sinema as I can get with as many different walks-of-life! These depictions are supposed...
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