They get into princess wars.
Here’s something I wrote to friends about a recent controversy over a Disney movie:
What? The heroine turns into a frog?
In classic literature, it is always the hero who must assume that more dreadful fate. The heroine awaits him after he gets out of the stupid frogsuit.
They used to say: Faint heart never won fair lady.
(The bridegroom was expected to put up with this kind of stuff for a while because, in the end, here comes the bride!)
Fact: No one you would ever want to hear about again (in a story) is really and finally a frog. Frogs do not HAVE stories. If he or she is still a frog and that’s fine, it is not a story.
The supposed “creationist” angle is addrsed here. Case you wondered
– O’Leary for News