Yup, trying to show young people with special needs that they can be heroes and heroines too is roughly equivalent to portraying Cinderella as a pill-addled, husband-beating maniac. Good to know we haven't moved past the antiquated notion that having an unusual number of chromosomes is a type of moral failing.
2. Only conventionally attractive, conventionally-abled people are allowed to find role models in movies and on TV
There is no TV. There is only "activities". Because as we know, activities are always available to every child, everywhere; and when they are available, the child's peers in these activities are always a source of support and kindness. ALWAYS.
I am honestly not sure what this person is trying to say. Are they somewhat incoherently thanking Disney for making Nemo a character with a disability? Or are they saying, thanks, we have a special needs character in a Disney movie already, so we can be done now? I'd like to think we could have at least one special needs character who is a human and not a fish, but I'm greedy like that.
4. ... what?
I'm not sure what values this guy fears are going to be imposed on him, other than the radical concept that people with special needs have worth. Or does he think Down syndrome is an 'orientation'?
5. Hypocrisy, thy name is SamAdams76Apparently if Ott-Dahl wants to see her daughter represented in media, she should write her own damn screenplay, but genius SamAdams76 can opine about a totally-marketable abortion survivor Disney princess as much as he wants. Maybe we should give him the benefit of the doubt and ask to read his screenplay.
6. Self-centered must mean something different in freeper-land
It's SO self-centered to suggest the world doesn't revolve around people who look, talk, and act exactly like ItsOurTimeNow! Geez!
7. Special needs characters! Lesbian princesses! Dogs and cats living together!
Actually, this sounds like a great idea. Thanks for the suggestion, Dilbert San Diego! Who wants to start the next petition?