I admit that sometimes when I watch Disney movies, particularly Disney movies I've seen 100 times before, I often wonder what would happen if each of the main characters were the opposite gender: Would a male Elsa have handled his icy powers quite like Elsa in Frozen did? Could a male Ariel have fallen so deeply in love with a Princess Erica after saving her life? Would a male Belle have been quite as patient and fearless with a female Beast? While these alternative movies will probably never be made, it hasn't stopped people like Tumblr artist let there be doodles from imagining some of our favorite characters as their opposite genders, something which is called 'genderbending.'
Take a look at how our favorite male characters would look genderbent, and tell me your favorite one below:
Eugenie Fitzherbert a.k.a. Flynn Rider
Look at those big brown eyes and cupids bow lips, what a sweet heart! Most importantly though let there be doodles finally got her nose right!
Princess Erica would make a pretty beautiful mermaid herself, I wonder what a male Ariel (Ari?) would look like...
This restrained and kind-hearted royal looks pretty as a picture.
I could totally imagine Naveen as a laid-back, jazz loving lady, though now I totally want to see what the female frog version of Navya looks like!
Petra Pan would certainly add a new element to the group of lost boys, though perhaps they accept tom boys as well?
Locked up in the bell-tower is no place for kind and gentle Quasianna, and I can't even imagine what a monster Claudia Frollo would be!
Even with those flowing auburn locks it's still obvious to me that neither Hans or Hannah is to be trusted.
It's gotta be said - Harmonia is a total babe! I have no doubt that Olympus is in good hands with this kind-hearted female Hercules.
Street rat Aladdin looks a whole lot different as Aliah, but I have no doubt that even as a lady, Aliah would still be helping the younger kids stay fed and causing trouble along with Abu.
Kristina's hair would rival Elsa's! I love the cute touch of the little snowflake earring as well.
Looks at those sultry eyes and luscious blonde hair! (Thank god they got rid of the goatee as well!)
I have no doubt Kim Hawkins would embody the adventurous and rebellious spirit of her male counterpart - just check out that scowl!
The first Disney prince to be given a proper name has now been swapped to a striking woman, and I have to say this is probably my favorite.
I imagine life for a female explorer might have been a bit more difficult back in 1607, but I'm sure Joan Smith took it all in her stride.
After the curse has been broken, the Beast transformed into the beautiful Princess Adalyn, underneath all those teeth and fur was a lovely princess after all!
Source: Let there be doodles