The myriad versions of our favourite fairy tales, from Disney to dystopian, reflect the values of parents past and present. Photo: Shutterstock The myriad versions of our favourite fairy tales, from Disney to dystopian, reflect the values of parents past and present. Photo: Shutterstock
The myriad versions of our favourite fairy tales, from Disney to dystopian, reflect the values of parents past and present. Photo: Shutterstock

Gender Swapped Fairy Tales: unsurprisingly, princesses are just as good as princes at finding their way through forests

Aimed at gender-conscious parents, Karrie Fransman and Jonathan Plackett’s Gender Swapped Fairy Tales aims to raise awareness of the complex associations of gender

Topic |   Books and Literature
The myriad versions of our favourite fairy tales, from Disney to dystopian, reflect the values of parents past and present. Photo: Shutterstock The myriad versions of our favourite fairy tales, from Disney to dystopian, reflect the values of parents past and present. Photo: Shutterstock
The myriad versions of our favourite fairy tales, from Disney to dystopian, reflect the values of parents past and present. Photo: Shutterstock
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