Niday has created a series of cartoons where she reimagined Disney's leading ladies as women's rights activists, using quotes from the actual films they appear in. The series, called Protest Princess, was inspired by the Women's March that was held earlier this year. "Women [were] coming together from all backgrounds to say 'we are HERE and we MATTER'," Niday said. "I wanted to hold on to that message when it's often easier to feel like you can't make a difference no matter what you do."
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Top leaders of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced their support of employment and housing protections for Utah’s LGBT community, as well as protections for people who object to such measures on religious grounds. | Leaders Of The Mormon Church Endorse LGBT Protection Laws - BuzzFeed News
The media juggernaut Buzzfeed released a video last week spoofing the lives of missionaries for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Actors dressed as missionaries filmed on the streets of Los Angeles and spoofed missionaries tracting, street contacting, and having a companion. Warning. The following video may be considered offensive and vulgar. While …