Well Done, Sister Suffragette! offers sarcastic (and occasionally even humorous) social critiques of the magical world of Disney. We started with the idea of watching some Disney feature-length films and seeing what we could glean from them. So we started at the beginning with Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, and have stuck to posting about them in relative order. We post about non-feature-length material when we feel so inclined. (There may or may not be a Mickey Mouse Club post in the future.)

We are exploring, discussing, viewing, reviewing, enjoying, cringing and taking notes in an attempt to educate and entertain ourselves and others.

We hope reading this blog will leave you laughing, thinking, and sticking it to The Man more than ever.

Comments, suggestions and questions are always welcome.
Extreme haughtiness will not be tolerated.

Our biases:

Ricktopher is Australian. His exposure to Disney as a child consisted of seeing a couple of the films and watching Ducktales, Chip and Dale’s Rescue Rangers and Darkwing Duck.
Ricktopher is a watermelon; green on the outside and very pink on the inside. He wears a size 11 snow boot.

MLE is American. Her exposure to Disney as a child consisted of roughly 2.6 years spent wearing out VHS copies of at least 15 Disney films. Numerous shorts and sing-a-longs were also enjoyed, and Vault Disney when it was on. Favorite Disney films as a child: Lady and the Tramp, Aladdin, Mary Poppins, Beauty and the Beast, The Lion King, The Happiest Millionaire, 101 Dalmatians, Bambi, Dumbo and The Little Mermaid, to name a few.
MLE is a store-bought orange; acrid and subtly sweet (and also full of pesticides and picked by underpaid workers). She wears a size awesome snow boot.