The One Stereotype “Moana” Doesn’t Break


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  1. Katie says:

    YES! The fact that the character was coded gay came to my mind immediately, and it frustrated me that few other reviews mentioned it. In a film which otherwise came across as trying very hard to have fairer representations of gender, colour etc, this grated on me no end. Am looking forward to reading more great articles from this blog in the future!

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