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The Hunchback of Notre Dame!
Oh dear, Frolo actually gets scarier as a female, but I actually kind of think Esmeralda works as a guy!
Does it worry anyone else that there isn't much to do to Phoebus to make him into a woman? And I really don't know what to make of Ms. Quasimodo!
Well, I'd be inclined to say that Megara's hair suits girls better, but doesn't Hercules make a great woman? I'm also not entirely sure what to make of Pegasus...
Capturing that same irritated look in a female was one of the artist's greatest achievements, and this Hades is excellently done!
Okay, the dancing, male Jasmine is a little weird, but in general she seems to work as a guy! On the other hand, Jafar does not suit being a girl. Not even a little bit, I'm kind of terrified. And we won't mention Iago.
Aladdin does kind of work here, which is a little surprising. I think the Genie is genius, it really works the way the artist has used the clothing of the time!
Something about male Disney villains makes for terrifying women.
I have to say, Wendy does look quite like her brothers here. Can't quite make out Peter's counterpart, but the slight changes in the hair really make it work!
This is terrifyingly good. Cruella really does work as a guy, a SCARY guy!
Looking a lot more demonic as a guy, Maleficent certainly doesn't look like someone you want to cross!
The Little Mermaid!
So Ursula is actually the female version of Davy Jones, eh? Makes sense I suppose. I'm a little terrified of it, but it does work!
Beauty and the Beast!
That's certainly an interesting one. Beast as a girl is... strange, definitely strange. Belle could kind of work as a guy though!
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