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10 Moments Disney Princesses Defending Themselves And Their Beloveds

Not always looking for a prince coming to save their lives, Disney princesses know how to protect themselves and their beloveds. Who says a girl always needs a man rescuing her? Therefore, today, we count down for the Top 10 Kick-ass Disney Princess Moments together!

Below, we put on view film scenes where Disney ladies really showed their stuff by standing up for their dearest or themselves, beating the villains. No matter what their hero will come someday or not, they are still great as they are good at self-defending until then.

So, why don’t you surf down to check this new post out? It contains many valuable lessons for you, girls!

#1 Merida (Brave, 2012)

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In the archery contest, Merida takes advantage of a loophole to shoot for her own hand by herself. She lands three bulls-eyes and hits all three clans where it hurts: right in the pride.

#2 Pocahontas (Pocahontas, 1995)

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Saving John Smith from being thrown down to death, Pocahontas risks her life to prevent the Settlers. Choosing love and courage over the path of hatred, she stops a conflict from escalating uncontrollably.

#3 Rapunzel (Tangled, 2010)

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Discovering she is a missing princess and her mother Gothel takes advantage of her, Rapunzel refuses to be undermined and manipulated by this evil lady any further.

#4 Belle (Beauty and the Beast, 1991)

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Calling out his attitude not only shows Belle defeating her fear of the Beast, but it also marks the improvement of their relationship, which gradually blossoms into something that wasn’t there before.

#5 Cinderella (Cinderella, 1950)

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Being laughed off the idea of her attending the party, Cinderella stands up for herself, saying she also deserves to go to the ball. Good job, Cinderella! It is courageous of you to defend yourself in a household of psychological abuse.

#6 Jasmine (Aladdin, 1992)

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Ignoring the royal rule, Jasmine refuses to find a suitor as a prince. She persistently chooses Aladdin, who she gets to pick on her own.

#7 Tiana (The Princess and the Frog, 2009)

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Resist the temptation, Tiana refuses the offers from the Shadow Man. Definitely, this persistence will pay off!

#8 Elsa (Frozen, 2013)

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Constructing a massive ice palace, Elsa finally finds out that she does not have to live in fear or hide her powers anymore. This scene leaves a powerful message about being free and fully expressing yourself.

#9 Ariel (The Little Mermaid, 1989)

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Despite her father’s warning, Ariel only cares for the man with whom she is smitten.

#10 Mulan (Mulan, 1998)

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Regardless of the culture’s norms, Mulan impersonates a soldier to protect her father. After a difficult start, Mulan earns the respect of her peers, her commanding officer, and the whole country as she defeats the Huns.