10 Strongest Female Cartoon Characters Of Disney
Disney characters will always have a special place in our hearts and especially these badass female characters of Disney who continue to inspire and entertain us.
Remember the days when we used to sit on our couch and just curl up in a cozy blanket and binge watch Disney movies as kids. Those good old days! Well it’s time to relive those days and realise what the characters in those movies taught us. They were entertaining sure but today you will realise how inspiring they were.
These wonderful female cartoon characters of disney motivates us to lead and overcome all the obstacles through courage and great strength.
Bold & brave female characters of Disney
“Listen to me, Elsa. Your power will only grow. There is beauty in it… But also great danger! You must learn to control it. Fear will be your enemy.”―Pabbie
She has so much power that it is almost difficult to handle. Casting an eternal winter over Arendelle and building a castle in a mountain doesn’t really speak of her good intentions but we saw the movie!
Let it go has become an anthem to help us believe in ourselves and embrace our true authentic selves.
Tiana is one of the most empowering and strong female characters of disney. She never wanted to be ‘saved’ by a prince. This might sound a bit nerdy but truly it reflects her ambitiousness as she used to turn down all the plans just so she could work extra shifts and earn money for her restaurant.
Tiana was the first princess to represent working class and showed that nothing comes easy and hard work is the key.
Most relatable princess is what I call her. Mulan is not the one to be silent and speaks her mind. She did not become a hero because she wanted to become one. She just waned to save her father and all the recognition, fame just came along with it.
She is one of the boldest female characters of disney and we sure can learn a great deal from her.
From not leaving the castle even once to taking down a thief, Rapunzel grew from a sweet little princess to a fire fighter.
Throughout the movie tangled, it’s Rapunzel who comes to rescue every single time with her super powerful hair. Not gonna lie, it was every girl’s goal- to have rapunzel hair.
Pocahontas is all about finding the right path for herself. She struggles with whether she should choose the easiest road or challenge herself for something that could be better.
She only believes in doing what’s right, for herself and for the people around her. She also helped us realize that war only breaks and hurt people and is never the solution.
Esmeralda is as fierce, brave and empowering Disney female character. Living life as a gypsy helped her gain those amazing defense skills. Given she could use candle stand as a weapon, she is pretty much a soldier.
When Phoebus notes that she fights “almost” as well as a man, Esmeralda bites back with “Funny, I was going to say the same thing about you!” No place for patriarchy here.
The ocean chose her. This pretty much says everything. Moana is unapologetically determined and does only what she truly wants to do irrespective of what’s expected of her.
A woman who, not knowing a single thing about sailing, stranded in the middle of the ocean, repairs her own boat, is a hero of all the heroes.
In the end when she instructed the ocean to capture Te Ka and saved an entire island, was truly captivating.
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8. Helen Parr
So sorry it took me so long to name this ‘incredible’ woman, but I was saving the best for the last. Raising three kids with ultimate super powers obviously was not going to be easy but how well Helen did that!
Elastigirl came to the rescue a number of times especially when Mr. Incredible was so stuck in recapturing the glory days in Incredibles 2.
As I said, saving the best for the last. If anyone who says women are not good drivers, they need to be introduced to Vanellope. Stepping into an unknown place- Slaughter race- shows the confident, brave and fiery nature of Vanellope.
The best thing other than the above mentioned about her is how outspoken she is. Never scared to stand up for herself and her friends.
Of course Merida is on the list. Merida’s insistence to remain unmarried shows that women can stand alone without a prince charming. Merida showed us that it is completely okay to break the traditions and not doing what’s expected of women.
Merida is someone with whom our 21st century woman can relate and get inspired from.
So who is your favourite female characters from Disney?