Quiz: Which Fierce Disney Heroine Are You?
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Which Fierce Disney Heroine Are You?
by Khadija L.
Walt Disney Motion Pictures

The Walt Disney Company was founded by the Disney brothers in 1923 and today has become the world's second-largest media conglomerate in the world. The Disney Universe isn't only known for their theme parks, handsome princes, and their catchy tunes, they are also known for their strong female characters, who in many instances, are the ones who save the day.

Gone are the days when Disney's lead females were portrayed as the damsels in distress (Snow White, Aurora, and Cinderella) who needed a prince or other male figure to save them and welcomed are the ones where these females are just as good, or even better than the guys. One of the first heroines that Disney created was Alice from the movie "Alice in Wonderland: in 1951. She paved the way for other characters like Mulan, Esmeralda, Pocahontas, Merida, Elsa, Moana, Judy Hopps and even a superhero, Elastigirl (Helen Parr) from the Disney-Pixar collaboration "The Incredibles." 

Do you know which of the fierce Disney heroines you are? Well if you don't, this quiz gives you the opportunity to find out just who that person is. Will she turn out to be one of your favorite characters, or will she turn out to be someone who you think you have nothing in common with? There's only one way to find out!

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